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San Fernando Valley Region

What does it mean to be part of the San Fernando Valley Region?

Being part of the San Fernando Valley Region means having access to opportunities for networking and exchanging ideas with peers who share the San Fernando Valley experience.

Members of the San Fernando Valley region will receive issue advocacy and policy updates tailored for the region. It is a recognition of the different communities within the region and how they are unique and apart from communities in the other regions. Greater LA is a composite of communities, not a monolith.

Joining the San Fernando Valley Region enhances your membership value with specifically tailored content and smaller, regionally focused events.  

What areas are covered in the region?

The San Fernando Valley Region includes portions of LA north of the Santa Monica Mountains up to the Ventura County line and east toward Burbank. It also includes members in the Santa Clarity Valley and the incorporated cities in the San Fernando Valley including the City of San Fernando.

Things you can expect being part of the region.

  • Opportunities to connect with members who share your everyday San Fernando Valley experiences through Regional Roundtables and Power Hours.    
  • Develop relationships with local organizations and local regional public officials through events and ad-hoc meetings.  
  • Issue advocacy and policy updates specifically tailored to the communities within your region.  
  • A chance to increase your involvement with BOMA/GLA but stay focused on your local region. 

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Learn More...

If you are interested in learning more about the San Fernando Valley Region, the Council or Roundtables, contact [email protected].