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Hancock Park Homeowners’ Association Annual Meeting, Monday October 20


The Hancock Park Homeowners’ Association, est. 1948, annual meeting will be held on Monday, October 20th at 7 pm at Marlborough School.

  • The meeting is an opportunity for Hancock Park stakeholders to hear from the City Council Office, the LAPD, neighborhood security services, the LADOT on traffic and the DWP on the drought and water conservation.
  • A representative from the California Nevada Concrete Association will be presenting options for street repair/resurfacing.
  • The Hancock Park Homeowners’ Association committee chairs will be giving presentations on topics such as Historic Preservation, Traffic, Safety, Street Maintenance, Trees and many other topics.

The election of half of the Board of Directors will take place and results will be announced. The candidates submitted by the Association are:

  • Patricia Alexander
  • Christine Bubser
  • Cindy Chvatal-Keane
  • Jennifer DeVore
  • Joel Kozberg
  • Joanne Medeiros
  • Pam Newhouse
  • Susan Roth
  • Victoria Vickers

Members in good standing (those homeowners who have paid annual dues) should have received ballots. To get a ballot, contact the Association by email – here.

Hancock Park street boundaries are Melrose Avenue on the north, Arden Boulevard on the east, Wilshire Boulevard on the south and La Brea Avenue on the west. The neighborhood surrounds the grounds of the Wilshire Country Club. Today, the Hancock Park Homeowners Association counts about 1,200 homes within those boundaries.

Hancock Park Homeowners Association est. 1948
Annual Meeting
Monday, October 20 – 7 pm
Marlborough School
250 South Rossmore Avenue
Los Angeles 90004



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