This site contains information about community Police Stations, community events, crime prevention, crime statistics and wanted information, frequently requested phone numbers, and frequently asked questions.
The L.A.P.D. blog is an interactive tool that delivers real-time, unfiltered information. Take a look inside the Department to learn more about the men and women in blue who have sworn to protect and to serve you.
The Encino Neighborhood Council meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Encino Community Center. They address quality of life issues and give the community an opportunity to express their concerns about a variety of issues.
Paul Koretz is the Los Angeles City Councilmember for Encino. His office can be helpful in resolving problems you may be having. If they cannot assist you, they will direct to the correct source.
Deputy City Attorney, Raffy Astvasadoorian, Neighborhood Prosecutor for the West Valley.
If you have concerns about pediphiles in your area, visit this website for more information.
Website from the Department of Aging that provides a variety of information for Seniors.
The mission of the Valley Cultural Center is to enlighten, educate, and enrich present and future generations by providing diverse programs of the performing and visual arts. One such program is Concerts in the Park.
The Los Encinos Docents Association provides a newsletter with a calendar of events for Los Encinos State Historic Park.
List of gas stations and their gas prices in Encino and the surrounding area.

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