Current projects/initiatives include:
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We are in AREA 7 of the Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council. Please click here to sign up for updates on meetings/agendas related to development and initiatives that impact our area.
Coming soon. To support our mission, we will solicit annual voluntary donations. The neighborhood has informally collected donations over the years to support our HPOZ and zoning efforts. For example, we paid $32,000 for the required survey to become an HPOZ. The money collected will be spent on items such as HPOZ signage, beautification efforts, zoning issues, neighborhood events, and other suggested items.
Coming soon. As we combine funds from our annual dues collection and from contributions from production companies for filming in our neighborhood, we will provide an accounting of total money collected as well as an itemized list of spending.
Our neighborhood Treasurers are Tamara Bergman and Bob Mott.
The following individuals comprise the volunteer neighborhood board:
Laura Grenfell (Gardner): Sunset Commercial Zone / Website + Communications
Cheryl Holland (Ogden): Sunset Commercial Zone / Website + Communications
Jeff Smalley (Curson): Filming Committee / Sunset Commercial Zone
Wendy Kneedler (Ogden): HPOZ Board
Julia Wasson (Sierra Bonita): Sunset Commercial Zone
Lindy Goldstein (Ogden): Block Party / Website + Communcations
Halsted Sullivan (Sierra Bonita)
Courtney Small (Courtney)
Jane Crockett (Orange Grove): Neighborhood Council
Dave Crockett (Orange Grove): Filming Committee
Barbara Witkin (Courtney): Area 7 Chair
Tamara Bergman (Fairfax): Treasurer
Bob Mott (Courtney): Treasurer
Michelle Pollack (Curson): Gardner Elementary Liaison
Gabriella Colantoni (Gardner): Communications
Jenifer Barkon (Sierra Bonita): Filming Committee
October 27, 2019 marked the 20th ANNUAL SUNSET SQUARE BLOCK PARTY! Several hundred neighbors turned out to listen to the amazing bands School of Rock and Silver Linings at the Corner of N Orange Grove and Selma. There was great food by Genghis Cohen and Ana’s Tacos. Local businesses, Collar & Comb, Butter, Bohemia Tea Parlor and CAKC events, were also generous sponsors. Thanks to Fire Station 41 for stopping by with the fire truck for the kids. And thanks to Greg Harris of Compass Realty for providing the train ride. Representatives from the progressive Gardner Street Elementary also attended as it’s the cornerstone of our neighborhood. There were tons of eye-catching costumes, adding to the entertainment. It was a fabulous, fun-filled afternoon to celebrate our wonderful neighborhood.
Thanks to Lindy Goldstein and Anita Mawji for once again putting together such a great event. Please contact Lindy to volunteer or to be a business or food sponsor for 2020!