Mar Vista Community Council Information

About the Mar Vista Community Council


The Mar Vista Community Council is an official, nonpartisan, advisory body that is a part of LA City government. Community Council members serve two-year terms as elected City officials to advocate for their community with City Hall. More below.



The MVCC meets as a full board at 7PM on the 2nd Tuesday every month.

The Ad Hoc COVID-19 Response Committee meets at 10AM the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.

All meetings are open to the public and accept open comments from the community. Visit the MVCC online calendar HERE to view the meeting agendas, logistics, and materials.

Due to social distancing requirements, meetings are conducted online and hosted through a Zoom online meeting and call.


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Area Map Below of the Council’s district area. This included both sections of LA City Council District 5 and District 11.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Mar Vista Community Council (MVCC) is to provide a forum for discussion of issues that affect the quality of life of MVCC Stakeholders, and to facilitate stakeholder communication and serve as the advocate for the Council area with officials of the City of Los Angeles and other governmental and non-governmental entities.

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