The County and City of Los Angeles are creating plans for the future of trees in our communities, with recommendations for how we take care of trees and grow our neighborhood forests. And they want your opinion. Please complete their questionnaire.
An inventory has been completed of Mission Hills trees. Of the available tree basins, 28% were vacant and 254 had stumps. More than half the trees are broadleaf which provide the most shade.
We cleared debris, illegal dumping, and completed beautification projects such as weed abatement to improve the area. Join your neighbors to be part of the solution by joining an upcoming cleanup, picking up litter in your own neighborhood, and reporting issues like illegal dumping to MyLA311.
Let's do our part to keep Mission Hills clean! Please submit areas that can use a beautification day with your neighbors, community representatives and neighborhood council. Note, homeless encampments will not be a part of this beautification day. Areas with the most submissions will be addressed first. Submissions are due by April 18, 2022.
We are seeking a concerned Mission Hills Stakeholder to partner with Volunteers Cleaning Communities to bring regular clean ups to Mission Hills. Check out this video and contact us to find out more.
Apply now to be considered for the Community Beautification workforce and advocacy program. Together we will be able to vitalize our neighborhoods' sidewalks, heal in nature and advocate for the changes our neighborhoods need.
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.