Through our joint efforts advocating for Angeles Mesa, we are proud to report that it has been removed from the list of schools for co-location by Crete Academy.
The application process for the County’s Guaranteed Income Program begins March 31st
PMHCC President KimMarie Johnson-Roussell shares, “I am passionate about the great work that the Park Mesa Heights Community Council can do when we band together to represent our community.” Join us!
Treehouse has proposed to build a 101-unit complex at 4421 S. Crenshaw Boulevard, with 15 affordable units, and 12 reserved for extremely low income households. Our concerns include the size of the project, the composition of the project being focused on studios, rather than family sized residences, parking, the look of the project being in character with the community and impact to the surrounding community among other issues.
We have heard from several stakeholders that the photo enforcement cameras for the Crenshaw line are not working properly. If you have concerns, here are some steps you can take.
Park Mesa Heights invites you to join us! We need help on our Outreach and Planning and Land Use Committees, where we have open seats for stakeholders. This is a great opportunity to get involved and make a difference without the commitment of being a Board Member.
Park Mesa Heights Community Council Board Members were out volunteering on Saturday, December 18 helping all across the community.
We are seeking a new Recording Secretary and a View Heights Representative. Contact us to find out more.
Apply by November 7 for basic income guaranteed. https://bigleap.lacity.org/
The Angeles Mesa Green Infrastructure Corridor Project will capture stormwater, replenish our water table and bring trees and landscaping to Angeles Mesa.