Community involvement has been our focus on the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council in 2023. We have had a great time attending community events to meet you and invite you to join us, including:
- SFV Pride Festivities
- LAPD Mission Division Foot Pursuit
- Brand Park Grand Re-opening
- LA Neighborhood Land Trust Winter Celebration
- Holidays at Olivo
We are excited to report that Streets LA completed a Street Tree Survey early in the year and that more than half the trees are broadleaf, which provide the most shade. However, of the available tree basins 28% were vacant and 254 had stumps. There is plenty of opportunity to improve our tree canopy.
In June we welcomed new Board Members which allowed us to reach quorum and get back to work in the community. We still have room for you, with four open seats:
- At Large Stakeholder
- Organizational / Employee Stakeholder
- Residential Renter Stakeholder
- Residential Homeowner Stakeholder
One of our roles is to weigh in to City Council on issues they are working on. Have you got a passion for a particular issue? Join us and let’s speak up to City Hall. See a list of the latest issues at City Hall.
Together we can make 2024 the year of community involvement!
Happy New Year from the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council!