The Ladera Heights Civic Association (LHCA) is a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation. The LHCA was incorporated in 1991 for the specific purpose of representing the owners and renters of properties located in the portion of Los Angeles County known as Ladera Heights (including the Heights at Ladera).
Ladera Heights Civic Association's mission is to promote neighborliness, improve the quality of life and enhance property values in the community.
WHAT WE DO
- Research issues having a direct impact on our community; distribute information to, and when warranted, organize the community to develop appropriate responses.
- Represent Ladera with involved government entities such as the County of Los Angeles, and monitor their actions.
- Maintain and improve the aesthetics and standards of the community through beautification and other environmental initiatives.
- Foster a sense of community and an atmosphere of neighborliness through support for Block Clubs and other activities, both social and educational that benefit the community.
- Communicate issues of importance to the community using LHCA’S Inside Ladera newsletter, laderaheights.org website, and the firstname.lastname@example.org email network.
- Organize the service of community volunteers.
- Network with other stakeholders in adjacent communities.
- Improve safety and security through support of the Sheriff Department's community programs and services.
The LHCA is governed by a member-elected Board of Directors comprised
of 7 Directors elected in even-numbered years and 6 Directors elected
in odd-numbered years. The Board of Directors meets on the
Third Thursday of most months.
The LHCA is operated in accordance with the California
Corporations Code, the LHCA's Articles of Incorporation
and Bylaws. A special meeting of Ladera Heights Civic
Association members will be held September 19, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the
Yvonne B. Burke Senior and Community Center, 4750 W. 62nd St., Los
Angeles, CA 90056. The LHCA's members of record (2013 dues paid as of
September 1, 2013) in attendance will be asked to vote to approve the
proposed bylaws changes.
The work of the LHCA is accomplished by volunteers who work as part of
Committees and on assigned Community Liaison
responsibilities. Volunteers are the heart and sole of the
Association and we WELCOME your help! To offer your services or
inquire about specific volunteer opportunities, call and leave a
message on our message line at 424-256-5422.