If you see a similar situation in your neighborhood don’t wait for it to become a nuisance, report it to our city crew via 3-1-1. Report it via MyLA311, it’s free and easy.
May 30 a Celebration Ceremony of the East San Fernando Valley Nature Parkway took place. The event marked the culmination of WeRise2021 with a California Native Plant give-away. Find out more about the parkway.
May 15, MRod Volunteer Corps in North Hills completed a clean up filling multiple 20’x8′ dumpsters with dumped furniture, mattresses, debris, weeds and more. Sign up to volunteer for a clean up in Mission Hills on June 5!
Late December 2020 the MHNC Beautification Committee partnered with Southwest Carpenters Local 661 and members from surrounding neighborhood councils to clean up an abandoned homeless encampment.
Mission Hills Neighborhood Council Treasurer Niranjala Tillakaratne participated in November’s planting, “I am so happy to see the children contributing to take care of the parkway and learn the value of saving our environment.”
Vision calls for addressing concerns regarding regular dumping of dirt and the need for bus shelters, water fountains, tree canopy, pedestrian lighting, weed abatement, street sweeping, trash cans and more to better serve the community.
Over 40 people of all ages met at Devonwood Park bright and early and wearing our neon green MHNC Beautification volunteer tee shirts gathered work tools and moved out to clear trash and brush from along the Devonshire pathway. What a great day!
Did you miss the community meeting on the Spreading Grounds Project? You can still weigh in! Review the presentation and send in your comments by December 13th!