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Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council
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Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council
P.O. Box 50791
Highland Park, CA 90050

Phone: (323) 256-8921


Meetings held every first and third Thursdays of the month at Franklin High School, 840 N. Avenue 54

What is a Neighborhood Council?

In 2001, the Los Angeles City Council established the Neighborhood Council system to allow individual neighborhoods to have a voice in city government.


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Who helped form a neighborhood council in Highland Park?

The Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council (HHPNC) was started in July 2001 by a cross-section of concerned community members. Residents, educators, students, religious and business representatives began meeting to begin the formal process of organizing a neighborhood council.

After nearly a year of meetings and community outreach, the HHPNC was formally certified as a neighborhood council by the City of Los Angeles on May 28, 2002.


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