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Hancock Park 
Homeowners Association 
est. 1948


The HPHA'48 works alongside community members to preserve the quality of life in our historic neighborhood. 

 Topics you have told us are important to you:

Security (LAPD / private), Safety and Neighborhood Watch

 Filming Guidelines that are Respectful of Residents, Reasonable & Enforced

An Overall Plan for Repairing our Streets and Sidewalks

Parkway Tree Canopy; Preserving and Replanting

Traffic mitigations for our Residential Streets

Maintaining the Highland Median

 Why dues are so important...

Annual dues and donations help us work toward addressing these issues and more by allowing us to host Annual, Security and Block Captain neighborhood meetings.  Your dues make it possible for us to purchase, plant and maintain our parkway tree canopy. This year we commissioned a comprehensive survey of all our parkway trees. We are using the survey to develop a long term reforesting plan for the neighborhood, which will be made available to all our residents.   We are also in the process of developing a pilot program with our Council Office to help fund sidewalk repairs.
Your dues participation allows us to communicate directly with the neighborhood and city departments via printed materials, online, email and the HPHA'48 website.  In the coming year we plan to conduct neighborhood surveys to better understand what issues are important to the neighborhood and ways to address these issues.

Dues must be received by June 30, 2018, in order for you to participate in the Board of Directors election in October.


Address: 137 North Larchmont Boulevard # 719, Los Angeles, CA 90004

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