After much planning and work the HPHOA’s new website is up and running - https://hancockparkhomeownersassociation.org/ ! This new website gives us the ability to post more information and provide a more interactive experience.
Start out by looking at the photographs scrolling through that show some of the beautiful houses in Hancock Park. Then look at the pull-down menus that alert you to important news; help you contact either the Association or Councilman Ryu’s Office; Provide updates and information on Filming Guidelines, Parkway Trees, Streets and Sidewalks, the Highland Median and the John Burroughs Renovation; and A Safety and Security Pulldown. There’s also information about our HPOZ and an online means to pay your dues.
This is a big step forward in the Association’s efforts to keep Hancock Park residents informed and provide opportunities to participate so take a minute, visit the site and let us know what you think.
Our thanks go to long-time web wrangler Greg Glasser for keeping the previous website up, running and up to date with important information. Thanks also go to Jennifer DeVore and Cindy Chvatal for researching and helping to build the new website. And, Greg will continue managing the new site as well as being on our Association’s Board of Directors.
Remember that the holidays are a prime time for opportunistic crime, so be careful and lock your doors, your car doors, and keep the outdoor lights on. If you are the unfortunate victim of a crime, be sure and file a police report by contacting Officer Dave Cordova. Call his cell phone, 213-793-0650 or send him an email, firstname.lastname@example.org with all the information, including your name and telephone number.
If you plan to change your landscaping or make changes to the exterior of your house please contact our City Planner, Kimberly Henry (email@example.com) before starting to make sure your plans comply with our Preservation Plan. The HPOZ Preservation Plan, which regulates our HPOZ can be found at http://www.preservation.lacity.org/hpoz/la/hancock-park There is also an online form you can fill out to help speed up the process (http://preservation.lacity.org/hpoz/initial.screening.checklist). Report graffiti sightings by calling 311 or at the City’s Anti-Graffiti Request System - http://anti-graffiti.lacity.org/welcome.cfm?CFID=1007&CFTOKEN=411CDB4F-0FC3-4EE1-89DE58DCCB435538 and by calling Hollywood Beautification, 323-463-5180.