Silver Lake Neighborhood Associations

 bullet Committee to Save Silver Lake's Reservoirs (CSSLR)

This is a single-issue organization that was established to fight the DWP's original proposal to cover the open water reservoirs in Los Angeles.

bullet Gateway to Silver Lake 2000 (GSL2000)

This is a project to rehabilitate the landscaping and add art work to the long-neglected and abused intersection of the Hollywood Freeway and Silver Lake boulevard from London St. to the north and Temple St. to the south. GSL2000 was formed by members of the Silver Lake Improvement Association (SLIA), Silver Lake Residents Association (SLRA), and the Silver Lake Chamber of Commerce. If you want more information or would like to make a $ donation or help with the project, you can call the GSL-2000 Hotline at (323)228-9599.

bullet Silver Lake Chamber of Commerce

1724 W. Silver Lake Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90026  (323) 665-1281

The Silver Lake Chamber of Commerce web site lists local businesses and news on upcoming events in the Silver Lake community.

bullet Silverlake Dog Park Association (SPDA)

The SPDA represents pet owners who use the portion of Silver Lake Park that is used as an off-leash park for dogs.  They meet the 4th Thursday of every month at the Coffee Table (2930 Rowena).

bullet Silver Lake Improvement Association (SLIA)

PO Box 291274, Los Angeles, CA 90029  (323) 666-6715

bullet  Silver Lake Neighborhood Council

The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council was certified on February 11, 2003

Timeline for Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formation

bullet Silver Lake Residents Association (SLRA)

PO Box 39587, Los Angeles, CA 90039 (323) 668 2643 or e-mail us

The primary purpose of the Silver Lake Residents Association is to promote and maintain the most desirable environment in the Silver Lake area and to contribute to the welfare of the community at large. See a listing of past SLRA Activities and Achievements and Current Activities.  Also see the newsletter


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