President's Message
Welcome to the New Year Highland Park!

On behalf of the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council I want to wish you all a very Happy New Year and welcome you all to the new decade! Our board was very fortunate to be able to do both!
December was our busiest month filled with events that helped bring the community together. These events were not only successful but the true definition of coming together as a community to support each other and lift each other up. READ MORE

Open Board Seat
Upcoming Committee Meeting
HHPNC Land Use Committee Meetin g
When: Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
Where: Highland Park Senior Center, 6152 N. Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
Starts at: 7:00PM
Homeless Count
The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count takes place in Council District 1 on Thursday, January 23, starting at 7:15 pm or 8 pm (depending on the site). The count is critical to determine need and where resources will be allocated to address homelessness. Please join Team Cedillo at various locations to help count the homeless in our community and thereby help ensure our district gets its share of resources to help people experiencing homelessness.

Please volunteer and help count at one of the sites below:

If you can't make it to help in our district, there are many other community Counts throughout the region.  Click here to find out more

January Library Events

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Speed Hump Program
The Speed Hump Program opens up a review cycle every 6 months to take petitions for speed humps. The speed hump application form  will open Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 8 a.m. PST  For more info, please visit   LADOT website  and follow step 1 of the process when the program opens. The system only allows 450 entries and automatically closes after full capacity.
Census 2020
Community Resources
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