Weekly Newsletter - January 24, 2019
Reminder - Tonight 6:00pm
Learn and Run for Your Neighborhood Council
More Workshops Jan 26th & Feb 9th
NELearn Community Learning Series Events for January and February:
  • January 26th, 3pm, Art in the Park (5568 Via Marisol, 90042): Renter's Rights presented by Rene Moya of the LA Tenants Union
  • February 9th, 10am, Glassell Park Recreation Center (3650 Verdugo Rd., 90065): Health and Wellness
Power to the Youth Wellness Fair - Jan 26th
HHPNC seeking Board Secretary
Deadline to apply: Feb. 3rd.
Neighborhood Council Elections April 2019
Candidate Registration Ends Jan 28th.
Highland Park NC Election Schedule:
Candidate Filing began 12/29/18 and ends 1/28/19. Election 4/13/19
For all the details, visit the City Clerk's Election site

DWP Launches Community Newsletter
View their first issue here: JANUARY 2018 NEWSLETTER
LA River Ranger Plan Outreach Survey
The LA River Ranger Program is envisioned as a new program to make the LA River safer and more inviting.

By completing this survey, you are helping to ensure that the River Ranger Plan reflects your community’s needs. Thank you for assisting!
The project is a joint effort between the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC), the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy (RMC) and their Joint Powers Authorities (JPAs). 
Registration Now Open
President's Message - January 2019

Greetings Highland Park!

Happy New Year! I hope you all find yourselves safe and well this day. HHPNC is looking forward to all that 2019 has in store for Highland Park and its stakeholders. The board meeting last Thursday focused on a few items, one of which was rescinding support for two alcohol licenses due to various stakeholders expressing concern for the influx of on and off sale applications of liquor licenses in Highland Park. READ MORE
Library Events - January 2019
Calendar Below:
One Degree
One Degree, is a technology-driven nonprofit organization that helps low-income families access the resources they need to achieve social and economic mobility, and ultimately, improve their lives. Visit the website
Board Representative Vacancy for LAUSD Board District 5
On March 5, 2019, a special election will be held to elect the next school board representative for Board District 5. LAUSD board members establish policy, processes, and practices that directly impact your school and student(s). LAUSD Board Members also vote on critical decisions around LAUSD’s $7.5 billion budget. This upcoming election will have a real and direct impact on your school community.

The Alliance for a Better Community (ABC) and the United Way of Greater Los Angeles (UWGLA) are working together to uplift the voices of students and parents during the upcoming LAUSD Board District 5 (BD5) school board election, which includes the areas served by your neighborhood council. ABC and UWGLA have developed a survey that will provide a clearer picture of the issues that matter most to Board District 5 families. Data from the survey will then be used to create questions and comments for Board District 5 candidates to respond to during a candidate forum that will be held in the northeast part of Board District 5 on February 13, 2018 in the evening (location TBD).

View Survey in English | Ver Encuesta en Español

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