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The March VGOA Board of Directors meeting will take place at its usual time on Tuesday, March 24th at 7pm. However for the first time, all participants will be joining remotely. Community members can attend by calling in by phone or using Zoom software. See below for tips and connection information.
If you haven't used Zoom before, you can download the software before the meeting. This will allow you to see audio/video of the meeting and give you access to select interactive features.
Download for desktop/laptop, iPhone/iPad, or Android.
NOTE: the audio/video and controls will only be accessible at meeting time
Connect (at meeting time)
During the Meeting
Due to COVID-19, more commonly known as the novel coronavirus, the LA County Department of Public Health has advised all businesses to practice social distancing and limiting direct person-to-person contact as much as possible while still being able to conduct business.
Following Mayor Garcetti’s directives and out of an abundance of caution, in order to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19, until further notice, we are kindly asking that any services that are not essential to be performed in person to instead be handled via e-mail, telephone or office drop-box.
Some examples of essential in-person office services include:
For work orders, we ask that residents use the eMaint system for online work order submissions. If you do not have access to eMaint, please call the office so we can set up your account ASAP. If you cannot access eMaint at all, paper work orders can be found in each laundry room and may be dropped off in the front office drop-box once completely filled out. Our team will review them throughout the day to ensure timely completion of service.
The office is always available to assist or answer questions if you have questions or require clarity about this temporary policy. Please do not hesitate to call the office at (323) 294-5211.
Thank you for being patient with us while we work with health services such as the LA County Department of Public Health to stay informed on the progress of the COVID-19 situation in Los Angeles. We hope everyone is able to stay safe, secure and healthy in these difficult times.
Dear Village Residents,
While the immediate health risk of COVID-19 to the general public in Los Angeles is still considered low, Village Green is following the advice of LA County Public Health and proactively taking steps to prevent the spread of this infection. Learning from the past clearly shows that communities that respond sooner rather than later suffer less and recover faster.
You most likely already know that gatherings (here and around the world) are being limited to prevent transmission of this virus. To that end, here are some of the steps your board of directors is taking now:
For more information and general COVID-19 precautions:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Protocols for HOAs
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Learn More about Coronavirus
California Department of Public Health
Novel Coronavirus 2019 (nCoV-2019)
State Water Board
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Drinking Water Information
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
2019 Novel Coronavirus Control and Prevention
Voting in LA has changed and you can no longer vote at the Village Green Clubhouse. You can now vote at any center and voting was extended 3 to 10 days before election day. Check out this map to find the nearest voting center and the days and hours it's open. Voting closes Tuesday, March 3 at 8pm.
Come learn about The Tuskegee Airmen and their important role in WWII and American History. Featuring Village Green Residents Mr. Ted Lumpkin, Tuskegee Airman & Ms. Cynthia Cyrus, daughter of Tuskegee Airmen Pilot Claybourne Lockett.
Sunday, March 1, 2020, 2-4 pm at Village Green Clubhouse
Refreshments will be served following the program
Sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Committee
Short Films & Discussion about the Sunrise Movement, Green New Deal, 2020 Election, and Earth Day Climate Strike.
Saturday, February 22, 10am-12noon at the Village Green Clubhouse
organized by Susan DiGiulio, Karen Bragg & the Sustainability & Community Group
This event is not endorsed or hosted by VGOA or its Board of Directors.
Come explore LA County's new voting system at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Community Room in the mall on Sunday, Feb. 9th at 1pm. RSVP at BoardDistrict1@LAUSD.net
View or download the agenda for Tuesday's Board of Directors meeting here.
View or download the December board meeting agenda here.
View or download the November board meeting agenda here.
View or download the agenda for the October board meeting here:
Join the DRC for an informative presentation on the results of acoustical testing performed at Village Green between upper and lower units last May. Attendees are encourage to read the full report here: http://www.villagegreenla.net/reports.html.
View or download the agenda for the September board meeting here.
An evening under the trees!
Celebrate trees with music, tacos, beer, wine, and specialty drinks!
Saturday, Setember 17, 6-10pm at the Village Green Clubhouse Patio
Event tickets: $30 donation for singles, $50 donation for couples.
Tree sponsorship: $285 donation (minus entry donation). Sponsor a new tree at the Village Green, receive a certificate and visit your tree for years to come!
Come sponsor a tree in your court!
Buy Tickets Here
another great event brought to you by the Landscape & Tree Committees
View or download the agenda for the August Board meeting here:
Module 5, which will take place Saturday August 17th at 9 am in the Clubhouse will incorporate a RYLAN (Ready Your Los Angeles Neighborhood) workshop into our preparations. Many will find that the RYLAN Training will tie together much of what we have already learned.
During this practical structured session you will create a concrete emergency preparedness plan for yourself and your court.
This will be the last training session of the VG Emergency Preparedness Training Program, and we urge you to attend!
Sponsored by the VG Safety Committee.
Saturday morning, August 10th at 9am will be our hand-on Disaster Preparedness Module 4 and Mock Disaster Drill.
Module 4 involves FRS [Family Radio Service] radio training in which we will learn how to implement Two-Way Radio Communications at the Village Green. This activity will take place in the Club House starting at 9 am sharp.
Our schedule has been adjusted to incorporate a Mock Emergency Practice Saturday August 10th. This drill will take place in Court 17 after the radio communications practice. CERT personnel and Los Angeles Fire Department vehicles will be on the property. This activity will be happening in and around Court 17in the north east quadrant of the property.
Bring your radios and Go-Bags Saturday, August 10th.
View or download the agenda for the July Board meeting here:
Village Green events are for owners, residents and accompanied guests ONLY unless noted.