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.”
MHNC is taking these complaints seriously and has invited LAPD Mission Division to share with us what is being done and what can be done at our next meeting on November 4, 7pm. Please join us!
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.
The MHNC has taken a position to oppose this project. We encourage you to share your concerns at the public hearing on August 22.
The East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Project held community meetings in June to identify paths to walk or bike to planned train stations.
The 2019-20 Admin Summary Packet was prepared by the Finance & Budget Committee and approved by the Board on July 1.
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!
The Mission Hills Neighborhood Council redesigned our logo this spring and now we have just installed banners up and down Sepulveda inviting you to get involved in Mission Hills and come to a meeting.