What is the Chatsworth Community Coordinating Council?
The Chatsworth Community Coordinating Council (CCCC) is a non-profit group of volunteers established in 1961 for the betterment of Chatsworth.
The CCCC is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-political in intent and activity.
Members are representatives from clubs, organizations, agencies, schools, and religious bodies plus interested individuals and businesses from the Chatsworth community. The Council is a problem-focusing, fact-gathering, action-recommending, project-coordinating group. The primary focus of the Chatsworth Coordinating Council is to foster a better community in which to live.
What does the Council Do?
The Council provides a neutral forum where the community can identify its needs and discuss its concerns. It is a central resource where member organizations can inform others of their special programs, projects and events. Speakers of interest to the community are presented at each meeting. The Council additionally develops ideas and offers support for innovative and relevant programming for the benefit of everyone in the community of Chatsworth.
The Council maintains and makes available to the community a master calendar of coming events and activities. Send details of upcoming events to email@example.com.
When and Where does the Council Meet?
Council meetings are held on the fourth Monday of September, October, November...January, February, March, April, at 11:30 a.m. in the Rockpointe Clubhouse -- 22300 Devonshire Street, Chatsworth, California 91311. The Clubhouse is located two blocks west of Topanga Canyon Blvd. on the south side of the street.
Come and Join Us, Get Informed, Get Involved
Membership is open to all that are dedicated to improving the quality of life in Chatsworth.
Annual membership donations are $20.00 for individuals and $20.00 for organizations. These donations are applied to the cost of the Council directory, mailings, and announcements of coming events in Chatsworth. Special donations can also be made to the Scholarship Fund and other Council projects. One or more annual scholarships are given to graduating senior students of Chatsworth High School who have maintained a "B" average.
Every year we honor outstanding citizens and youths of Chatsworth by recognizing their outstanding service to the community. Our Citizen(s) of the Year and Youth(s) Awards are the highlight of the Council's annual installation banquet.
Additional awards are the President's Award, given as appropriate for extraordinary service on a particular community project; and Lifetime of Service Award, given as appropriate for a lifetime of service to the community.
Outstanding Citizen and Youth of the Year award recipients as well as President's Award, Lifetime of Service Award and scholarship recipients are listed on this website.