Take Action

Take Action Today!!

Attend the Metro “Informational Meeting” this Monday Evening August 12th

6 pm at CSUN Orange Grove Bistro,
18111 Nordhoff St, Northridge 91325
Validated Parking Provided

Come prepared to voice your concerns to Metro staff about how this project will negatively affect our neighborhood.  Bring signs or other visual representation of your opposition.  It is critical that you attend this meeting.                                                                                                   
We are sure that METRO, CSUN, and the bike advocates will be bringing their supporters in large numbers.  We must show that our community is united in its opposition to this project.  Don’t let outsiders dictate our quality of life here in the North San Fernando Valley!!!! 

You don’t need to be there the whole time, so even if you can only attend for a half hour and even if you can’t get there by 6 pm, make sure you come by at some point before 8 pm. 

Contact us if you have questions about attending

Send a letter to Metro Board Members, CSUN Leadership, and Senator Bob Hertzberg telling them “Hands off Our Peaceful Neighborhood!”  

Please include your real name and address or they will not take your letter seriously. Your personal information will not be shared with any third parties and you will not be spammed.

Call to Action! Tuesday 6/18 – Our Call to Action was succesful in getting the attention of the six members of the Metro Committee that heard this item.

The full Metro Board has delayed hearing this item until September.  

Check back soon for our next call to action.  In the meantime, if you have not sent your letter to the Metro board, CSUN Leadership, and Senator Bob Hertzberg as explained above, do it now.

Make certain the city council candidate you vote for is NOT in support of the busway down Nordhoff!

John Lee has committed to opposing the busway down Nordhoff.  Loraine Lundquist is in favor of the busway regardless of which route it takes.

Share this with your friends and neighbors.

This project will affect all of the Valley especially: North Hills West, Northridge and Chatsworth neighborhoods.