Annual Town Hall Meeting, Membership Renewal & Other Upcoming Events

Palms Westminster Presbyterian Church © 2018 Joseph Martinez


Annual Town Hall Meeting

Please join your RVNA Board and Local Neighbors for an opportunity to share your concerns and goals for the Reynier Village.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 — 7 to 9PM

Palms Westminster Presbyterian Church,

Community Room

2908 Robertson Place


  • Chris Baker, Senior Lead Officer and other LAPD Representatives
  • Liz Carlin, City Councilman Herb Wesson’s Office
  • SORONC Representatives – Great Streets
  • Andrew Leavenworth, Emergency Preparedness

Please RSVP to

Membership Renewal

Reynier Village Neighborhood Association works to build community by organizing social gatherings, providing an affordable security patrol service, organizing free emergency preparedness events, and working in concert with the City Council office and SORONC to help create positive changes to our area.  Be a part of the change you want to see.  JOIN RVNA!

Membership is $20 per year

(Feb 2018 to Feb 2019)

plus, optional $50 for APS patrol service

(see details below)

Dues can be sent to:

1702 S. Robertson Blvd, Box# 107

Los Angeles, CA 90035

PayPal is also available at:  https://PayPal.Me/ReynierVillage

Alexander Protective Services (APS)

Help secure your neighborhood and your home with RVNA and APS. You can join RVNA’s discounted group subscription to APS patrol service for just $50 for an entire year. You’ll get:

  • A yard sign showing your home is protected by APS,
  • A phone number to call for rapid response to suspicious activity,
  • Daily patrols past your home and
  • Special services when you go out of town.

APS is rated 5-stars on Yelp and has been protecting Reynier Village for many years. We need them now more than ever, so hopefully we’ll get plenty of neighbors to sign up.

​​What neighbors have shared about APS

“I have used APS several times to deter suspicious people from repeatedly parking outside my home while breaking laws. APS usually arrives within 5 minutes of my call.”  ~ Laurie

“I decided to try APS monitoring service since Reynier Village started to use them as a neighborhood patrol service. It is a city requirement that if you have an alarm, you must also contract with a patrol service.  Because of Reynier Village I received a big discount over other monitoring services.  I found them to be responsive and courteous when I’ve called for various reasons.  They are much better at keeping to my instructions if my alarm goes off than I’ve had with the other big companies.”  ~ Mary

“I came home to see a stranger standing on my neighbor’s walkway by his garage. He was walking up and down. He did this for about two minutes. He noticed me and pretended to look for cans in the blue bin by the house. I thought of calling the police even though he had not really done anything other than looked suspicious. I decided to first call APS. They had a car nearby and quickly send them out. The person saw the red APS car coming and quickly walked away.  I think having the APSservice in this case really gave me peace of mind that if needed they will come over and help.”  ~ Angelica

“My wife was concerned about a group of teens that had parked in front of the house. They were “sardine canned” into an old small sedan; about six of them. They piled out, parked and started skateboarding in the street. They had a Pit bull with them which they let out to play around and give chase to them – unleashed.  This is a very quiet street, when the elementary school kids are not being let in or out, so they were very obvious and made quite a disturbance…not to mention the smell of pot wafting about.  They hung around for about half an hour to 45 minutes, during which time they seemed to be partying both in and out of the car. Although this was more of a nuisance than anything else, I called APS since we are RVNA members and elected to enroll in the APS service as well. They sent a car to drive by and make their presence known. The patrol car arrived in about 10 minutes and slowly drove by the car. Apparently, this was enough to have the teens take the party elsewhere.  We have used the APS Service for similar calls through-out our enrollment with them. They have always come out when we call. They aren’t the S.W.A.T. team, but for the small price we pay yearly, it is definitely worth it to us – for peace of mind.”  ~ Joseph

“I’ve been using APS for several years for home alarm monitoring and I’ve been very happy with their service. Luckily we’ve never been the victim of a burglary, but the one time when we had a “false alarm” caused by my one of my kids accidentally opening our back door without turning off the alarm we had an APS patrol officer on our property within just a few minutes making sure that everything was ok. Vernon and his team are good people and have a lot of experience with serving our neighborhood and surrounding neighborhoods. I see the APS patrol cars around our neighborhood more often than they seem to receive credit for. It seems like we need them now more than ever with the latest string of burglaries.”  ~Dan

Neighborhood Watch  – Community Meeting

Senior Lead Officers (SLOs) for the South Robertson area, Chris Baker and Matt Kirk will speak.

Monday, January 15 2018 7-9PM

8850 W. Pico Blvd

*** This is not an RVNA sponsored event ***

Emergency Preparedness Meeting – Map your Neighborhood Facilitator Training

The Map Your Neighborhood program guides you and your neighbors through simple steps to help enhance your preparedness for an emergency. These steps will help you to quickly and safely take actions that can minimize damage and protect lives. It is designed to improve disaster readiness at the neighborhood level and teaches neighbors to rely on each other during the hours or days before fire, medical, police or utility responders arrive.

In Los Angeles, the American Red Cross provides “Map Your Neighborhood Facilitator Training,” so that you can learn how to organize a “Map Your Neighborhood” gathering of your own with the neighbors on your street.  After you have received the Facilitator training, you can order a free “Map Your Neighborhood” kit from the local Red Cross.  This kit includes a DVD and handouts for all of your neighbors, which you will then use at a gathering of the neighbors on your street to organize for emergencies together step-by-step.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 7-9PM

Palms Westminster Presbyterian Church,

Community Room

2908 Robertson

Membership Information

RVNA membership is $70

$20 for membership (Feb 2018 to Feb 2019)

plus optional $50 for APS patrol service

Dues can be sent to:

1702 S. Robertson Blvd, Box# 107

Los Angeles, CA 90035

PayPal is also available at:  https://PayPal.Me/ReynierVillage