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Drive-in Movie Night - March 20th!
Purchase your tickets for the City’s first ever Drive-In     This is a bring your own food and drinks event, we
Movie! We have partnered with the Rotary Club of             encourage you to support local and order take-out using
Westlake Village to bring you an INCREDIBLE night            our local restaurant guide, located on the event page.
featuring Pixar’s The Incredibles!
                                                             Please note, this event will follow the L.A. County
Join us on Saturday March 20, 2021 for an unforgettable      Public Health Protocols for Drive-In Movie events. This
evening, including pre-show activities and surprises!        requires passengers to remain inside their vehicles for
Looking for a way to celebrate your child’s March            the duration of the event, and wear a mask if exiting
birthday? Purchase our special birthday package to           to use the restrooms.
receive priority parking, birthday goodie bags, and a
shout out on the big screen! Gates open at 6:30 p.m.,        For more information visit our
movie starts at approximately 7:45 p.m.                      website at
                                                             or call (818) 706-1613.
Purchase your tickets online at
(limited spots available). Tickets cost $20 per car. All
proceeds will be donated to Conejo Valley Senior Concerns.
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IMPORTANT                                        Community
Westlake Village City Hall
                                                 Tech Help Club
                                                 Need help figuring out how to use your new cell phone or laptop? Do you need
31200 Oak Crest Dr., Westlake Village,
                                                 help installing programs or apps? Or maybe you want to connect with family
CA 91361
(818) 706-1613                                   or friends on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, but don’t know where to start?

Westlake Village Public Library                  The Community Tech Help Club (formerly known as the Senior Genius Club)
(818) 865-9230                                   is here to help! This free program is open to all ages and offered twice a
                                                 month on Tuesdays during the school year. See schedule below for upcoming
Time Warner Cable/Spectrum                       dates. During COVID-19 precautions, sessions will be offered virtually through
162 W Hillcrest Dr., Ste. 400
                                                 Zoom. The tech experts are high school students earning volunteer hours.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(888) 892-2253                                   Please contact Amber Smart, Agoura High School Media Clerk, at
AT&T                                    for more information or to schedule an appointment.
(855) 868-6514                                   Additional information can be found at

Southern California Edison Company               Upcoming Dates:
3859 Foothill Dr., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360       March 9 and March 23, 2021
(800) 655-4555 - office for service
(800) 611-1911 - Emergency

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
4232 Las Virgenes Rd., Calabasas, CA 91302
(818) 251-2100 - office

Southern California Gas Company
(800) 427-2200 - office for service

GI Industries/Waste Management
(818) 782-2474

Calabasas Landfill
(818) 889-1430 or 889-0363

L.A. County Dept. of Building & Safety
26600 Agoura Road, #110, Calabasas, CA 91302
(818) 880-4150 - office
(626) 458-4357 - Road Dept.                      Street Sweeping Schedule
Las Virgenes Unified School District             The City’s street sweeping occurs every other week on Thursdays and
4111 N. Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 91302   Fridays. Please help maximize street sweeping effectiveness by parking off the
(818) 880-4000 - office                          roadway on your neighborhood’s cleaning day (see chart below).For additional
                                                 information on this service, please contact City Hall at (818) 706-1613.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s
Department-Malibu/Lost Hills Station             Bi-weekly Street Sweeping Schedule
27050 Agoura Road, Agoura, CA 91301               DAY          LOCATION
(818) 878-1808 - office • Emergency - 911
                                                  3/4 and 3/18 Canyon Oaks, First Neighborhood, Lakeshore, and Southshore
Los Angeles County Fire Department
Station #144 (Foxfield / Lindero Canyon Rd.)      3/5 and 3/19 Agoura Road, City Parks, Lakeview Canyon Road, Lindero
31981 Foxfield Dr., Westlake Village, CA 91361                 Canyon Road, Parkwood Estates, Thousand Oaks Boulevard,
(818) 889-1626 - Station • Emergency - 911                     Three Springs, The Trails, Triunfo Canyon Road, and all other
                                                               areas or roads not listed.
Los Angeles County Health and
Human Services Programs
Dial - 211

Recycling Hotline
(800) 579-4979
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PEDESTRIAN                                                            LIBRARY PROGRAMS
                                                                 WLV LIBRARY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS!

The City is seeking feedback and comments from all ages on
                                                                 March Book Recommendations from our Westlake
                                                                 Village Library Staff, celebrating Women’s History Month.
                                                                 Check out these books for free with your L.A. County
                                                                 library card. For more information and resources visit
improvements to pedestrian and traffic safety within the
city. If you would like to participate, we ask that you please
                                                                             What Would She Do?
fill out our survey by identifying areas of improvement on
                                                                             From historic world leaders to brilliant
the mapping tool. The survey can be found at
                                                                             scientists, artists, and modern-day pioneers,
                                                                             What Would She Do? shares twenty-five
                                                                             incredible women's stories that educate and
The time invested in this survey will influence decisions made
                                                                              empower. Learn about the remarkable
about the future of pedestrian safety within the City of
                                                                              achievements and attitudes of feminist
Westlake Village. All feedback is due by Friday April 9, 2021.
                                                                              trailblazers such as Cleopatra,Amelia Earhart,
For questions, please contact Sara Russo, Senior
                                                                 Malala Yousafzai,Michelle Obama,and other brave women
Administrative Analyst, at 818-706-1613 or
                                                                 who overcame huge obstacles to accomplish great things.
                                                                 (Grade 3-7)

                                                                            The Woman’s Hour by Elaine Weiss
                                               Scan the QR                   Nashville, August 1920. Thirty-five states
                                               code to link                 have ratified the Nineteenth Amendment,
                                                                            twelve have rejected or refused to vote, and
                                              to the survey
                                                                            one last state is needed. It all comes down
                                                                             to Tennessee, the moment of truth for the
                                                                             suffragists, after a seven-decade crusade.
                                                                             The opposing forces include politicians
                                                                 with careers at stake, liquor companies, railroad
                                                                 magnates, and a lot of racists who don't want black
                                                                 women voting. And then there are the "Antis"--women
                                                                 who oppose their own enfranchisement, fearing
                                                                 suffrage will bring about the moral collapse of the
Upcoming: Spring Session                                         nation. They all converge in a boiling hot summer for a
                                                                 vicious face-off.. (Adult Non Fiction)
Senior Recreation Classes
Registration for Spring session of Senior Recreation classes               Vanguard by Martha S. Jones
will open on March 15, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Sign-up for virtual                  The epic history of African American
classes such as yoga, art, tech help, and more.                             women's pursuit of political power-and how
                                                                            it transformed America. In the standard story,
                         The City of Westlake Village Senior                the suffrage crusade began in Seneca Falls in
                         Recreation Programs are offered in                  1848 and ended with the ratification of the
                         cooperation with the Conejo                         Nineteenth Amendment in 1920. But this
                         Recreation and Park District.                       overwhelmingly white women's movement
                          Please call 805-375-1003 with any      did not win the vote for most black women. Securing
                         questions about registration or         their rights required a movement of their own. In
                         class availability. Classes are held    Vanguard, acclaimed historian Martha S. Jones offers a
                         online through ZOOM links that          new history of African American women's political lives
                         will be provided by the instructors     in America. (Adult Non Fiction)
                         before the start of class. For more
                         information call (805) 375-1003 or
                         visit WWW.CRPD.ORG.
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31200 Oak Crest Dr.
               Westlake Village
               CA 91361

                                                                  Westlake Village Community Foundation
                                                                  Scholarships Available
                                                                  The Westlake Village Community Foundation is currently
"The City of Westlake Village is conducting a comprehensive
                                                                  accepting applications for the 2021 Community Foundation
Pedestrian Safety Study.The purpose of the study is to create
                                                                  Scholarship program. This year, the Foundation is offering
and promote a community culture of safety for pedestrians,
                                                                  scholarships to graduating senior students who have had
cyclists, and drivers through education, engineering, and law
                                                                  significant involvement in either the Music, Art, or
enforcement. The first step in the study is to hear from you!
                                                                  Performing Arts program at their high school or in the
Please participate in the community survey available online       community, or have contributed to the community through
at The City is seeking input from all         volunteer work or community service.
ages, including children, teens, and adults. Complete the
                                                                  To be eligible, the student must be a resident of the City of
survey with the whole family and share your concerns to help
                                                                  Westlake Village and have plans to attend a four-year university,
improve pedestrian safety. The survey data will be compiled
                                                                  a community college, or arts college in the coming year.
and analyzed by the City Traffic Engineer and reviewed by the
Public Safety Advisory Board, a committee of residents that       More information and the application can be found on the
advise the City on public safety matters. The results of the      City’s website at The deadline for submitting
study will be presented to the City Council in the fall of 2021   applications is Monday, May 3, 2021.
and will be made available to the public on the City’s website.
Thank you for participating and helping to make Westlake
Village a safe and walkable City!"

 Mayor                  Susan McSweeney
 Mayor Pro Tem          Brad Halpern
 Councilmember          Ray Pearl
 Councilmember          Ned E Davis
 Councilmember          Kelly Honig

 Upcoming City Council Meetings.
 March 10 and 24 and April 14 and 28

 City Council meetings can be seen live on
 WVTV Channel 10 and via web streaming
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