The Town Council needs help with the legal fees to continue the Ritter Ranch lawsuit. We are asking every household in Leona Valley to contribute $50 in celebration of the 50th annual Cherry Parade to preserve our rural way of life for another 50 years. Zelle can also be used with the email address of: email@example.com.
The rural community of Leona Valley is trying to prevent the City of Palmdale and Ritter Ranch developers from putting houses in a known potentially catastrophic hazardous area. Please send this link to everyone you know and click below to donate. https://www.gofundme.com/f/leona-valley-legal-fund-david-vs-goliath.
The Leona Valley Town Council was formed in 1989 at the suggestion of Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich. It was the first Town Council in Antelope Valley and most other local communities have now formed their own Town Councils.
The purpose of each Town Council Board is to act as a representative body for the community. They are made up of democratically elected volunteers who serve as a liaison for their residents to various governmental agencies.
The Leona Valley Town Council is a 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation. We are celebrating our 34th year of service to our residents.
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We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our community better. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. You can join a committee or work at an event. Attend a meeting or use the contact page to let us get to know you better.
Our Town Council is here for you. We work hard to be a resource for our community and a liaison to government and private entities. We have committees on Community Standards & Land Use, Community & Public Relations, and Community Health, Safety & Welfare.
We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of our community residents. Thank you for your volunteer time and donations that make this possible!