We have 8 seats open and we invite you to apply. We do plan to seat new members at the March meeting and get started working together! So we hope you will apply right away and join us in this adventure for Mission Hills.
Voters will now have between three and ten days before election day to cast their ballots. Additionally, voters will be able to pre-select their choices for each office through an interactive sample ballot, which will produce a unique QR code that can be scanned by the new voting machines.
Our focus is to continue to make Mission Hills a better place to live, work, play and learn. Board Members work together on projects to achieve that goal. What's the one thing you would like to improve in Mission Hills? Come to our next meeting and tell us!
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.
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.