Chatsworth Neighborhood Council

Chatsworth Council

  • Harvester Barn

    L.A. Historical Monument 645. The birthplace of the T.V. sensation Mr. Ed, Harvester Farms site was the original headquarters of the Palomino Horse Association of America.

  • Pioneer Church

    L.A. Historical Monument 14. Located at 22601 Lassen Street. The Oakwood Memorial Park or Pioneer Church was built in 1903 and is the oldest public building in Chatsworth. It is one of the few New England architectures left in Southern California.


  • The Munch Box

    L.A. Historical Monument 750. Located at 21532 Devonshire St. Opened in 1956, the Munch Box is the classic 1950’s style hamburger stand. It was destined for destruction when it was made a monument in 2003.

  • Historic Acre

    L.A. Historical Monument 133. Located at 10385 Shadow Oak Dr., Chatsworth Park South. The Virginia Watson Museum and Gardens is typical of ranch cottages built by homesteaders. Open 1st Sunday each month 1-4pm. (818) 882-5614.

  • Chatsworth Nature Preserve Kiln

    L.A. Historical Monument 141. Located on Valley Circle Blvd and Woolsey Canyon, in the Nature Preserve. The Chatsworth Nature Preserve Kiln was used to make bricks and tiles for the San Fernando Mission. Not open to the public.


  • Stage Coach Trail

    L.A. Historical Monument 92. Located in the Santa Susana Mountain Park, the picturesque Stage Coach Trail dates from the 1860's and linked Los Angeles, Encino, Simi Valley and Ventura.


  • Chatsworth Nature Preserve

    L.A. Historical Monument 141. Located along Valley Circle Blvd, the Chatsworth Nature Preserve holds the Chatsworth Lake and Chatsworth Nature Preserve Kiln, which was used to make bricks and tiles for the San Fernando Mission. Not open to the public.

  • Olive Trees

    LA Historic Monument 49. Native to the Eastern Medditerranean, olive trees were introduced to California by Franciscan Missionaries. These trees approximate the age of Chatsworth itself, having been planted in the latter part of the 19th century.

  • Stoney Point

    LA Historic Monument 132. A natural site considered one of the most picturesque areas in Los Angeles, also popular with rock climbers. Chatsworth is known for its equestrian heritage.

News Briefs

Friends of the Chatsworth Library Giant Book Sale

Book Sale Flyer

Friends of the Chatsworth Library Giant Book Sale

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM



Paperback books $0.50

Hardcover books $1.00

Children’s books 3 for $1.00

Chatsworth Branch Library: (818) 341-4276

21052 Devonshire St., Chatsworth, CA 91311


Canceled CNC meetings for July

CNC Canceled Meetings Flyer


Beautification Committee 07- 08-2014- Canceled

Public Safety and Transportation 07-15-2014-Canceled

Community Enhancement Committee 07-16-2014 - Canceled

Legislative Committee 07-16-2014 - Canceled

Land use Committee 07-17-2014 - Canceled


Next CNC Board Meeting is 08-06-2014


The July general board meeting of the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council is canceled because of the July the 4th

32 candidates running for 21 seats on the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council

There are 32 candidates running for 21 seats on the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council.

Balloting will be 2 to 6 p.m., Saturday, March 15, at the Chatsworth Train Depot, 10038 Old Depot Plaza Rd.

Here are the candidates: 

Saturday, February 22: Emergency Preparedness Class

Water and Food Storage: Come learn a practical skill that can benefit you at any time, including in an emergency.

Upcoming Cert Classes starting March 3rd

Cert classes will be held at Rockpointe HOA at the Laguna Lounge
Rockpointe Cloubhouse 22350 Devonshire Street, Chatsworth, Ca
91311. Beginning Monday, March 3rd, 2014, 6:45 to 9:00pm and
continuing for the fallowing six consecutive Monday nights thereafter.
Limited spaces, sign up ASAP at okhelpaticloud [dot] com



On March 15, 2014, the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council will hold a selection to select 21 Board Members. The Selection will be held at the Chatsworth Train Depot, 10038 Old Depot Plaza Road, Chatsworth, between the hours of 2 PM to 6 PM.

20th anniversary of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake

Last week, the City of Los Angeles commemorated the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. Councilmember Englander was humbled to commend the various community  individuals and institutions who contributed to the recovery efforts after the disaster. The Valley Economic Alliance was recognized for supporting local businesses affected by the earthquake to rebuild and thrive. Councilmember Englander also presented a resolution in honor of the Los Angeles Fire Department Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) to the "Father of CERT," retired LAFD Assistant Chief Frank W. Borden.