The HPHA’48 strives to improve Hancock Park’s quality of life and promote a sense of community. Please support our efforts by becoming an annual dues paying member. To serve as a member of the HPHA Board of Directors or to vote, dues must be paid on or before June 30th annually. Our suggested donation is $25.00, but any amount is appreciated! You can now donate ON LINE! Go to HancockPark.org and click on DONATE. You can use PayPal (if you have an account) or any major credit card. Please be sure we have your correct email and home address!
The Hancock Park Homeowners Association ‘48:
Helps organize block security meetings for our residents with Block Captains, LAPD and our private security companies to improve awareness and neighborhood safety. We communicate on a regular basis with these organizations and neighbors.
Created a Streets Committee, made up of Board members and residents, to focus on ensuring CD4 and the City will fix our failed streets. Watch for an updated neighborhood survey with additional options and more information on how to repair our streets. Our Council Office has promised that 6th Street and Highland will be resurfaced this year.
Created a Highland Avenue Median Committee, made up of Board members and residents, which succeeded in restoring the historic median by funding the trimming of all 75 palms, securing funding to repair the irrigation system and providing oversight along with Urban Forestry for proper median maintenance. We are also planning the replacement of 20 missing palms this year.
Succeeded in trimming over 150 parkway trees, removing over 30 tree stumps, planting over 80 new parkway trees, purchasing and nurturing 2 dozen baby elm trees for future elm replacement, and continues to replace and maintain our parkway trees to preserve our beautiful canopy.
Maintains an extensive neighborhood email list which is used to communicate important information to our residents, including safety and security updates, traffic and transportation information and City, Council District 4 and Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council updates, and which has reunited dozens of pets with their happy owners!
Thank you for your support!