The Van Nuys Airport Citizens Advisory Council was established by the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners and approved by the Los Angeles City Council in 1985. The committee reviews issues affecting the operation of Van Nuys Airport and provides advice and recommendations to the Commission, Mayor’s Office, City Council and other appropriate agencies. Providing a means of communication between the Commission, the appointing authorities, the general aviation community and the public, the Citizens Advisory Council concerns itself with all aspects of general aviation operations, facilities development and land utilization at and around the airport.
The 18-member Council is comprised of three representatives appointed by the Board of Airport Commissioners, three representatives appointed by the Mayor of Los Angeles, and two representatives each appointed by Los Angeles City Council members from Districts 2,3,5,6,7 and 12. Short biographies of current members can be obtained by clicking here. For general inquiries or to reach any of the CAC members, email
VNYCAC@lawa.org. For complete bylaws, please click here CAC Bylaws.
Meetings are held at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of the month in the FlyAway conference room at 7610 Woodley Ave., second floor. CAC meetings fall under the State of California Brown Act. Any changes must be posted 72 hours prior to any meeting. We suggest that interested parties confirm meeting dates and location prior to attending by checking our website or calling 818-442-6526. All CAC meetings are open to the general public. See monthly agenda posted below.