The Mission Hills Neighborhood Council conducted a survey of residents May 2021 reaching out to residents by eblast, Nextdoor and Facebook. We got responses identifying what people liked most and least about Mission Hills along with key issues for us to address and suggestions.
We must hold the state accountable for maintaining their right-of-way to keep the areas clean and safe for all who live near or use these freeways. Demand clean freeways from the State of California at https://csr.dot.ca.gov/index.php/Msrsubmit or call Caltrans at (916) 654-5266.
The 2021 NC elections are coming. YOU SHOULD RUN! We’re looking for a few good neighbors who are conscientious, community-minded, and eager to represent Mission Hills. File by February 2.
An extraordinary initiative aimed at providing 100GB per year of free internet service for the next five years for up to 18,000 students in Los Angeles who are struggling to stay connected online to classes and essential support services.
The Mission Hills Neighborhood Council has heard multiple concerns from stakeholders about homeless people in Mission Hills, particularly at the old Pizza Hut located just south of the 118 on Sepulveda. Here are some options for who you can contact about these concerns.
Recently, the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk announced a simple way to track your Vote by Mail Ballot every step of the way. You can subscribe today to receive real-time tracking notifications by text, email, or voice mail.
Neighborhood Housing Services of LA County helps low and moderate income families with mortgage counseling and financial literacy education. If you are interested in seeking help, you can find the NHS class list and contact them for financial counseling at Counseling@nhslacounty.org or by telephone at (213) 381-2862.
This program is to assist Los Angeles renters who have been economically impacted by COVID-19. The application will be open for five (5) days, starting at 8 AM on July 13th, and closing at 11:59 PM on July 17, 2020. After the application deadline, all applications submitted by 11:59 PM July 17th will be included in the random selection process. The subsidy is anticipated to assist an estimated 50,000 Los Angeles households. It will provide a grant of up to $1,000 per month, with a maximum grant of $2,000 per household, and will be paid directly to the tenant’s landlord on behalf of the tenant.