WRAC is a cooperative regional council made up of all 13 Neighborhood and Community Councils on the Westside of Los Angeles. Each WRAC council has independently voted to join the organization at a duly noticed meeting of their council. WRAC’s purpose is to:
A) provide a forum for the discussion and review of issues of interest to the Westside of Los Angeles on a region-wide basis;
B) be an advocate for the WRAC councils as a whole in dealings with governmental and private entities upon issues that the WRAC councils select;
C) assist member councils desiring help with their objectives or projects if they are of significance to the Westside of Los Angeles as a whole;
D) inform all councils, who shall communicate with their Councilmembers, about issues and news relating to matters before WRAC; and
E) engage in such other activities as are allowed by law.
WRAC regularly meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month and hosts regional Town Halls on a quarterly basis.
Bel Air-Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council
Palms Neighborhood Council
Brentwood Community Council
South Robertson Neighborhood Council
Del Rey Neighborhood Council
Venice Neighborhood Council
Mar Vista Community Council
West LA Neighborhood Council
Neighborhood Council of Westchester-Playa
Westside Neighborhood Council
Pacific Palisades Community Council
Westwood Community Council
Westwood Neighborhood Council
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The Brentwood Farmers’ Market is open each Sunday of the year (including holidays) from 9 to 2:30 on Gretna Green Way between Montana Ave and San Vicente Blvd in Brentwood.
The market consists of growers’ organic fresh vegetables and fruits, fresh flowers, products such as award winning olive oil, fresh fish,array of take away prepared foods, and artistic vendors’ offerings of clothing, jewelry, art work and more.
The adjacent Safran Family playground offers a special destination for families with young children.
Due to health regulations, animals are not allowed within the specific fresh food area.
Plenty of free parking on the streets surrounding the market.
Attendees are asked to be considerate of the neighbors and parking signs. Parking is relaxed on Sundays for the market hours.
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