Park Mesa Heights Community Council

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Region: South Area

The voters of Los Angeles passed a new City Charter in 1999 which calls for a citywide system of independent Neighborhood Councils, chosen by the people of the neighborhoods themselves. Neighborhood Councils are comprised 100% of volunteers.
The purpose of Neighborhood Councils is to promote public participation in City governance and the decision-making process so that government is more responsive to local needs and requests. Neighborhood Councils will advise the Mayor, City Council and City Departments on the City budget and will give local residents greater say over the decisions that affect our lives.
As the advocate for more than 46,000 residents within the boundaries of Park Mesa Heights, our board includes representatives from residential associations, schools, businesses, and other local organizations. Click here to view the regional boundaries of the Park Mesa Heights Community Council (PMHCC).

Executive Officers

Board Members

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Meeting: 2nd Saturday, 10am
Meeting Address:
Angeles Mesa Elementary School Auditorium
2611 W. 52nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90043

Mailing Address:
5349 S. Crenshaw Blvd. #105
LA, CA 90043
Planning Mailing Address:
5349 S. Crenshaw Blvd. #105
LA, CA 90043

Certification Date:
03-23-2002
Certification Order:
19

Field Rep:
Brett Shears
Funding Rep:
Angela Pipkin