WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood will be hosting two ‘Community Conversations on Housing’ in February to discuss with residents, renters, property owners and others about the city of West Hollywood’s housing policies and programs. The city has been hosting the meetings since 2012, which are aimed to residents to meet with city housing staff and share their thoughts.

According to a press release from the city of West Hollywood, the first meeting was held on Thursday, February 1 for the west side of the city. The second meeting will be held on Thursday, February 15 at the West Hollywood Library Community Room located a 624 N. San Vicente Boulevard from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for the west

Attendance is free and community members throughout the city of West Hollywood are urged to attend. For those requiring special accommodations, call the City’s Rent Stabilization and Housing Division in advance at (323) 848-6450.

The city of West Hollywood’s Rent Stabilization and Housing Division develops programs that assist a strong and vibrant residential community. West Hollywood provides a breadth of information and counseling services to both tenants and owners of residential rental properties, which includes in-house counseling services and written materials. The city facilitates the development of new housing, the rehabilitation of existing buildings, and the development of mixed-use projects with a housing component.

For details about the City’s Housing programs, visit www.weho.org/housing. For additional information, or for residents interested in providing input or feedback but cannot attend a meeting, contact Pete Noonan, Rent Stabilization and Housing Manager at (323) 848-6596 or pnoonan@weho.org. For people who are deaf or hearing impaired, call TTY (323) 848-6496.