Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council 6501 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 The mission of the Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council (CHNC) is to foster a spirit of collaboration…More between residents, the business community and members of the community to enhance Hollywood's quality of life. The purpose of the council is to review development or policy issues that affect specific neighborhoods in Hollywood. The CHNC meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 6:30pm in the Community Room of the Hollywood Neighborhood City Hall<strong>, </strong>located at Fountain and Wilcox Avenues. The council oversees all area neighborhood councils, including the Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council, the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council, the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council and the Greater Griffith Park Neighborhood council. CHNC was certified by the Los Angeles Board of Neighborhood Commissioners on April 9, 2002.
Hollywood Police Station 1358 Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 The Hollywood Police Station covers 17.2 square miles, and is under the jurisdiction of the West Bureau.The approximate…More borders are Normandie Avenue on the east, West Hollywood on the west, Mulholland Drive on the north and Beverly Boulevard on the south. Neighborhoods served by this station include: Hollywood, Mount Olympus, Fairfax District (North of Beverly Boulevard), Melrose District, Argyle Avenue and Los Feliz Estates. Besides the approximately 300,000 residents, the Hollywood Area attracts tourists from all over the world.
L.A. Councilman Eric Garcetti District 13 Field Office 5500 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 L.A. City Councilmember Eric Garcetti represents the 13th Council District, which includes all or part of the…More communities of Glass ell Park, Little Armenia, Thai Town, Atwater Village, Elysian Valley, Echo Park, Historic Filipinotown, Silver Lake, East Hollywood and Hollywood.
East Restaurant & Lounge is conveniently located on the famous Hollywood Boulevard. Rather than opening yet…More another nightclub in Hollywood, owner David Judaken decided that a restaurant would be more fitting. Whether you're enjoying a dinner off their traditional Asian-inspired menu, sipping cocktails at the bar or just enjoying the company of friends, East Restaurant & Lounge is one of the best places to be.</p>
<p>Currently, East Restaurant & Lounge is temporarily closed while they retool their concept inside.</p>
Great Steak 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Great Steak is located in the Hollywood and Highland Center mall. They offer genuine Philly cheesesteaks. Looking for an…More east coast flavor while shopping for west coast fashions? Great Steak is your place. Try their orignial cheesesteak or one of the many delicious alternatives.
Rock City Railroad 5552 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Rock City Railroad sells vintage Americana collectibles, gifts, antiques, movie props and home decor items. It's also a…More museum, with no admission fee, located on the South East corner of Garfield Place and Hollywood Blvd.
Pacific El Capitan Theatre 6838 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Pacific El Capitan Theatre is conveniently located on Hollywood Boulevard. This gorgeous, grand theater has been…More restored to its original elegance, boasting a Spanish Colonial exterior and a colorful and lavish East Indian interior designed by San Francisco architect G. Albert Lansburgh. The theater offers 1,000 seats and a Dolby SR-D audio system. It is a great place to catch the latest flick -- and marvel at the architecture, too. Parking is located across the street at the Hollywood and Highland parking garage.
Selma Ave Elementary School 6611 Selma Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Selma Avenue Elementary is located in the heart of Hollywood, just a few blocks east of Highland Avenue and south of…More Hollywood Boulevard, and is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. The school serves children of surrounding community from preschool through 6th grade. The school also works with partners like the YMCA and others to get students involved with their community.
CRA/LA 1200 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA90017 The Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles is a public agency dedicated to fostering community growth…More and prosperity. The agency lays the groundwork to enable private investors to revitalize neglected communities. It serves 31 communities divided into seven regions: Downtown, Eastside, East Valley, West Valley, Hollywood and Central, South Los Angeles and Watts and Harbor.