We've Got a New Website
Did we get a haircut? New glasses? Something is different...
It's a new website! We hope you like what we've done–we created a new site that we hope is easier for our community to navigate and better represents us by being contemporary, relevant, and timely. Take a look around and let us know what you think. You may have seen us walking around Old Ladera, Lower Ladera, and Upper Ladera last weekend taking photos of our beautiful streets and neighbors.
In addition to our new site, we've spent a lot of time honing our mission. Why does the LHCA exist and why should our neighbors pay annual dues? We hope that a quick look around will convey the importance of having a community voice, a place to share our wins, our concerns, and our challenges.
The Ladera Heights Civic Association has been a fixture in our community since 1955 and we hope to be around for a long time more. When our streets were accumulating trash, the LHCA was there. When we needed a senior center to keep our aging population active, the LHCA was there. When there was a threat of our sheriff station closing, the LHCA was there (twice) to ensure our community spoke with a unified and powerful voice.
The LHCA exists to ensure that our community remains an exceptional place to live, work, learn, play, and invest.
On our homepage, you'll notice we've featured our mission, as well as our latest news, upcoming events, and an easy way to sign up for our newsletters. In addition to a fresh coat of paint, you'll find some new features on this site, too.
If you'd like to become more involved in our community, we have four quick steps you can take to increase your engagement and make an impact in Ladera Heights. And of course, we ask that you please consider becoming a 2020 member of the LHCA. It's only $25 for the calendar year and 100% of this goes into community programs.
Thank you to our community for all of the extra engagement over the last several months. We can feel a wave of momentum that's bringing us all closer together even while we're socially apart.