Elysian Valley Be Involved!

Our community can only be better if you are involved

Elysian Valley Neighborhood Watch – 1st Tuesday 7:00 p.m.– St. Anne Community Hall 1365 Blake Ave.       Community preparedness and activities, reports by LAPD and CD13 representatives. https://evnw-la.com/

Elysian Valley Neighborhood Council  -2nd Wednesday 6:30 p.m.– Elected board of Elysian Valley representatives to represent our views to City Council and bring City government to our neighborhood.outreach.evrnc.@gmail.com

Elysian Valley Arts Collective  – Preserving and promoting an inclusive community along the Los Angeles River for creative production by artists, designers and artisans; in order to cultivate a sense of place, a vibrant local economy and arts education for youth.http://www.evartscollective.com/

Partners of Dorris (Place) –  (POD), made up of parents, educators, and community members is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to raising and disbursing funds to pay for programs removed by budget cuts, to seeking out and capturing new quality learning opportunities for the advancement of the students of Dorris Place Elementary, to give support to its teachers, and to contribute to the continued beautification and safety of the Los Angeles Elysian Valley neighborhood. http://www.podpartnersofdorris.org/

Los Angeles Community Garden Council – mission is to strengthen communities by building new and supporting existing community gardens where every person in Los Angeles County can grow healthy food in their neighborhood.
Elysian Valley Community Garden – Rich St./Blake Ave. Garden – Cyndi Hubach –  Elysianvalleygarden@gmail.com
Riverdale/Crystal Garden – David Delatorre – David.delatorre@psterminals.com

Farm-LA.org –  Farm LA is a non profit organization dedicated to rescuing underutilized land in Los Angeles for solar and drought-dolerant agricultural farming. JWood@FarmLA.org; Emily@FarmLA.org

LA-Mas.org  – LA-Más is a non-profit that performs design-based experiments with the city as our lab. Our mission is to look critically at systemic problems in the LA Area  Helen@mas.la

FoLAR.org – non-profit organization founded in 1986, whose mission is to protect and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Los Angeles River and its riparian habitat through inclusive planning, education and wise stewardship. There are tons of exciting opportunities to volunteer with FoLAR!  https://folar.org/about/contact-us/