The United Neighborhoods Governing Board consist of 23 Board seats.
12 board seats are designated for residents of the six region areas within the neighborhood council boundaries (See Map) and 11 seats are for non resident stakeholders such as business, education, non-profit, cultural heritage and at large interests.
The board is elected by stakeholders. “Stakeholders” are those who live, work, or own property in the neighborhood and also those who declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm the factual basis for it based upon their participation in among other things, parks, recreation areas, public safety organizations, environmental organizations, medical/health organiz
ations, libraries, educational institutions, religious institutions, community organizations, service organizations, non-profit organizations, or other at large entities.
The MISSION of UNNC is:
- To empower and bring together a diverse community to maintain and improve Stakeholder quality of life;
- To work, in cooperation, with the necessary agencies toward the protection and improvement of our area, effectively addressing the needs and concerns as identified by our community;
- To provide an inclusive open forum for public discussion of issues concerning City governance, the needs of UNNC, the delivery of City services to UNNC, and on matters of a Citywide nature; and
- To advise the City of Los Angeles on issues concerning City governance, the needs of the UNNC, the delivery of City services to the UNNC, and on matters of a Citywide nature.
The rules by which UNNC operates are called Bylaws and Standing Rules, and the UNNC Bylaws and Standing Rules are attached below.