Donate new and unused backpacks and school supplies for our students
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.
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.
If you haven't gotten a copy of the Mission Hills Neighborhood Watch Newsletter, you can find it here!
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.
Thank you to our outgoing board members for their service and welcome to our new board members. We are excited to get everyone involved in our work in Mission Hills. If you are a business owner or youth, we invite you to apply to join the board.
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!
The Mission Hills Neighborhood Council is interested in your opinion on Mission Hills. Please complete our survey by May 31.