Need help? We’re here to help! Call us (213) 294-0899
Working late? Ambassadors will escort you to your vehicle. Stuck in the rain? Ambassadors will walk with you beneath their umbrellas to your destination.
The Westwood Village Ambassador Program operates seven days a week and provides a friendly and safe atmosphere in the District. Ambassadors are trained in many functions, including: providing information to visitors and merchants, reporting maintenance issues, and working with social service organizations and law enforcement to ensure the Westwood Village is a welcoming place for all.
For assistance with just about anything, the Westwood Ambassadors are only a phone call (213) 294-0899, or email away firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westwood Ambassador Program Office
10887 Weyburn Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
7 days a week from 5:30am – 5:30pm
Sunday through Thursday from 6am – 10pm
Friday and Saturday from 6am – 11pm
The WVIA is excited to present our new public reporting app: Westwood Village Everywhere. This app was created specifically for those who live, work and play in Westwood Village to have an easy way to report issues and give us feedback. Westwood Village Everywhere can be used to report a wide variety of maintenance and district issues, such as spills, graffiti, tree lights out, or a trash can that needs emptying. Non-emergency safety related incidents can also be reported, and we welcome all feedback. There is also an option for the WVIA to send out important notifications via the app. Please note: If you require immediate assistance, call the Ambassador Hotline at 213-294-0899.
The Westwood Village Maintenance Program operates seven days a week and provides a clean environment for all District visitors and merchants. District programs include: picking up trash and debris, removing graffiti and flyers, returning shopping carts to their place of origin, cleaning trash cans, benches, and other infrastructure, and regularly pressure washing sidewalks.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association manages many maintenance projects in the District, including: median landscaping, District tree trimming, LED tree lighting, and other infrastructure work. The WVIA also coordinates with the City of Los Angeles to ensure proper local departments are aware of the conditions that are beyond the capacity of the WVIA to repair or correct.
The WVIA provides frequent pressure washing throughout the district. In 2018/2019, WVIA team’s pressure washed over 2,300,000 square feet of sidewalk.