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The  Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council is a locally elected advisory board to the City of Los Angeles representing you, the stakeholders of the Wilshire Center and Koreatown neighborhoods.   Our goal is to make government responsive to local needs through advocacy of common goals.

Stay In Touch!

The Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council would like to update you on our response to COVID-19.

First of all, we encourage you to sign up for NotifyLA, our City’s emergency alerts system, which is being used to push out updates about COVID-19 prevention.  Please encourage your family and friends to do the same.


Mayor Garcetti declared a state of local emergency March 4 for the City of Los Angeles to access state and federal funding to strengthen and support efforts to prepare our region and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

On Wednesday night, the Governor announced a new California Department of Public Health policy to cancel or postpone all gatherings of 250 or more in addition to smaller gatherings held in venues that do now allow social distancing of six feet per person.

Yesterday, in implementing statewide guidance to City policies, the Mayor announced his directive to postpone or cancel all non-essential public community events or group activities of 50 or more participants in order to limit the risk of exposing staff and the public to the virus.

In accordance with these guidelines, and in the interest of public health and safety,

For more information go here.


We have a number of special interest committees.  Everyone is welcome.  Please join us.


Your elected representatives.


You may view all of WCKNC’s documents, including past agendas and minutes, at WCKNC’s Google Drive.

Community Impact Statement (CIS) and Request for Action (RFA)

The city has established a clear path for its constituents to have a voice in city hall.  Read here to understand what a CIS and RFA is.

Neighborhood Purpose Grants

Any non-profit organization has the valid 501 (C) and has activities in the community which benefit public can apply for NPG fund. The application can be found on line at https://clerk.lacity.org/neighborhood-council-funding-program

For more information visit this page.


11/9 Special Meeting of the WCKNC General Board

What: WCKNC General BoardWhere: Zoom Meeting or by Phone (669) 900-6833 [Meeting ID: 919 0864 3793] [Password: 978363]When: Monday, November 9, 2020 7:00pm Good afternoon! The Special Meeting of the WCKNC's General Board will be held tomorrow, Monday, November 9 at...

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May 29 Budget and Finance Committee Meeting

What: WCKNC Budget, Finance, and Fundraising Committee MeetingWhere: Zoom Meeting or by Phone (669) 900-6833 [Meeting ID: 919 5459 5263] [Password: 90006]When: Friday, May 29, 2020 7:00pm Good afternoon! The WCKNC's Budget and Finance Committee will be meeting Friday,...

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May 6 Executive Committee Meeting

What: WCKNC Executive Committee MeetingWhere: Zoom Meeting or by Phone (669) 900-6833 [Meeting ID: 975 4807 6740] [Password: 045411]When: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 6:30pm Good afternoon! The WCKNC's Executive Committee will be meeting Wednesday, May 6 at 6:30pm! We...

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