Thank you for letting us share with you our upcoming meetings and other news!
October 16, 2017
HHPNC Upcoming Meetings
Land Use Committee meets Tues., Oct. 17, 7:00pm

Sustainability Committee meets Thurs., Oct. 19, 7:00pm

Culture & Equality Committee meets Thurs. Oct. 19, 8:00pm

These meetings are held at the Highland Park Senior Center.
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California Assembly District #51
Candidate Debate
A Business Forum for Women at City Hall
Section 8 Waiting List Lottery
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) will be accepting applications for the Section 8 Waiting List Lottery. People can apply online only from any smart phone, mobile device, or computer with Internet access starting at 6:00 a.m., Monday, October 16, 2017, through 5:00 p.m., Sunday, October 29, 2017 (Pacific Time). There’s no need to rush to apply, all applications completed during the open enrollment period will be considered for the lottery. For details, visit
Thank you to those community members who provided locations of pot holes in the Highland Park Neighborhood Council area. Keep the locations coming so we can submit them to the Bureau of Streets Services for repair on October 31st.

BE SURE TO WRITE "POT HOLES" IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Provide an address or the nearest cross streets. Deadline to submit suggested locations is October 21, 2017. The Bureau of Street Services will review the location and provide us with a list of the planned repairs before they come out.
Chicana Photographers L.A.
Hosted by  Oxy Arts  and  Avenue 50 Studio
October 19, 5pm-8pm
Lincoln Park Tree Planting Event & Free Tree Giveaway
Saturday, October 21 at 8:30 AM - 1 PM
3529 N Mission Rd, Los Angeles, California 90031
OXY Occidental College presents...
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle: Navigating Ain’tness: Exploring the Kentifrica Archive
Wednesday, October 25, 2017 6pm-8:30pm

School Festival
Día de los Muertos Alta
Thursday, October 26 at 7 PM - 9 PM
Going for Gold - Planning for the 2028 Olympics
Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join APA Los Angeles for a thoughtful discussion about the experience of other recent host cities, scholars, and practitioners on what planning for the Olympics means for the City of LA, visitors, and residents. MORE DETAILS
Crossing the Border: Launch Party Reading
November 18, 2017
Avenue 50 Studio in collaboration with Regal House Publishing invites you to join us in celebrating the launch of:


From award-winning fiction writer and book critic, Daniel A. Olivas, comes his first collection of poetry, Crossing the Border.

These narrative poems delve deeply into the many ways we cross borders of race, culture, language, religion, and privilege. With humor and pathos, Olivas draws from his own life and from the stories of others to serve as a witness to the great variety of experiences that make us human. With grace and eloquence, he invites readers to cross these borders with him on this intense but necessary journey. 
Arroyo Seco Marketplace
Saturday, November 25 at 10 AM - 4:30 PM

Arroyo Seco Library
Events Calendar
Want to help housing in LA?
Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department  is conducting an online survey to help to measure the needs of various communities in Los Angeles and allow the City to determine what projects would have the greatest positive impact in upcoming years. In order to obtain the most accurate results, we need to get the survey out to as many people as possible so please share with your networks!

Share Your Big Ideas for the Future of L.A.
Attend a meeting Oct. 21 or Oct. 24. CLICK FOR DETAILS

Open spaces play a vital role in enhancing our quality of life -- they offer us a break from our busy lives to connect with nature and with each other. In Los Angeles, this includes our scenic mountain views, our world famous beaches, an intricate network of rivers and trails, and thousands of acres of parklands.

Your feedback for this short 3-5 minute survey will help shape the future of open space in Los Angeles.

ControlPanel LA is your source for information about the City of Los Angeles' expenditures, revenues, payroll, purchasing, special funds, and more.  It's your City - take control. 

Mapping the City's (and Your) Real Estate Portfolio
 The City of Los Angeles owns almost 9,000 properties in LA County. But where are they? PropertyPanel.LA is the most comprehensive map ever produced of properties owned by the City of Los Angeles, and issued a call for L.A. to appoint a Chief Asset...... READ MORE