Holmby News 2-16-18

HOLMBY NEWS
February 16, 2018

From the Holmby Westwood Property Owners Association, serving the Holmby Westwood community since 1960.

1.  LAPD Crime Report
2.  Caution – “Bird” Electric Scooters
3.  Garbage Collection – No Change for Presidents Day
4.  Short-Term Rentals & Party Houses
5.  Community Meetings Notice
6.  West LAPD Blood Drive
7.  Metro Construction Update
8.  Fire Station 71 Update
9.  Upcoming Community Events

10.  HWPOA Contact Information

1.  LAPD CRIME REPORT

BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE
Incident #: 180805649
HILGARD & WEYBURN  |  2/6/2018 @ 6:00 PM

FOLLOW HOME CRIMES
There are a few tips to keep in mind when you’re driving home.  If you suspect that you’re being followed, go straight to your police station at 1663 Butler Ave. (one block south of Santa Monica Blvd., 4 blocks west of the 405 freeway), or, to another well lit, occupied area, such as a gas station, a busy strip mall or your local fire station.  Periodically change up your routines and routes.  When you’re driving, turn around any big, flashy rings on your fingers so that only the bands show as your drive.  Make a few turns on wide, main streets (so you’re careful not to get boxed in) to see if you are being followed.  And if you do suspect that you’re being followed, be a good witness and get a description of the suspect(s) and their vehicle burned in your mind and get on your cell phone to call 911.  Do not go home to your family!  Go to the LAPD West L.A. Police Station at 1663 Butler Avenue.

2.  CAUTION – “BIRD” ELECTRIC SCOOTERS

HWPOA has received several reports of people using Bird electric scooters in an unsafe manner in the area.  We received reports of young children riding these scooters on the sidewalk, without wearing helmets and speeding past pedestrians, putting the pedestrians and themselves at risk.  These incidents have occurred on Dalehurst and at Holmby Park.

Bird scooters are only to be used by riders that are at least 18 years old.  Please keep our neighborhood safe and obey all rules related to use of these scooters.  Thank you.

3.  GARBAGE COLLECTION – NO CHANGE FOR PRESIDENTS DAY

On Monday, February 19, all City of Los Angeles offices will be closed in observance of the President’s Day holiday. However, our drivers WILL be working Monday to collect bins and our 24-hour Customer Care Center will be available to assist you at 1-800-773-2489.

Please put out bins next week as you normally would. We wish you a wonderful extended weekend!

LA Sanitation
www.lacitysan.org/holidayschedule

4.  SHORT-TERM RENTALS & PARTY HOUSES

From Councilmember Paul Koretz:

Short-term rentals remain a hot issue in Council District 5 and in various communities throughout the city.  As the debate has continued to evolve, the Councilmember has been focusing on how best to tighten up ways to verify that only primary residences are being used for short-term rental and that only homes in which hosts live in for the majority of any given year would be eligible. He also supports imposing a set of “etiquette guidelines” on hosts and guests and implementing a “three strikes and you’re out” enforcement regime.

The City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee now appears to be on track to vote on a draft ordinance in March which would then go to the full Council.  On February 6th they asked City Planning to make additional revisions regarding a cap on the number of days a host can conduct short-term rentals and a method for hosts to seek relief from the cap under limited circumstances. It remains to be seen what that cap will be – competing recommendations would set it anywhere from 60 days to 180 days – and what the process would be for allowing a host to exceed it.

Placing a Lid on Party Houses
At its February 6th meeting, the City Council Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee approved a draft ordinance providing a tight set of rules and regulations for so-called “party houses.”

These regulations will provide party hosts with clear guidelines for what is allowed and what isn’t and give the City’s enforcement agencies, including LAPD, the tools they need to protect neighborhoods from the disruption sometimes caused by raucous parties. And, working in conjunction with the forthcoming Home Sharing Ordinance, which should stop the practice of vacant homes being rented out solely for the purposes of parties, the City hopes to finally get a handle on one of the biggest neighborhood nuisances of recent years.

The Party House Ordinance focuses on “loud or unruly conduct” and “loud or unruly gatherings.” Issues that can draw enforcement include loud noise, blocking a street or sidewalk, public intoxication, serving alcohol to minors, possession or consumption of alcohol by minors, fighting, alcohol sales without a license, vandalism, litter, public urination or defecation and trespassing. The ordinance imposes stiff fines on the property owner for violations, and party-going violators can also be cited and prosecuted.

5.  COMMUNITY MEETINGS NOTICE

New Police Chief Search – Community Meetings
The Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners will hold community meetings to get input on the selection of the next police chief.  Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said last month that he will retire June 27, a year and a half before his term ends. He has led the department since 2009.

Commission members said they consider the suggestions and concerns of the community when making selections and assessing the qualifications of the candidates being considered.

The West LA meeting will take place on Saturday, Feb. 24,  at 10 a.m., West LA Municipal Building Hearing Room, 1645 Corinth Ave., West LA.

For additional information including the times and locations of other meetings, download the flyer at: http://bit.ly/2BrGsPn

Westside Mobility Plan
The Westside Mobility Plan Study includes updates to the Coastal Transportation Corridor Specific Plan (CTCSP) and West Los Angeles Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Specific Plan (WLA TIMP).

The updates to the two Specific Plans are scheduled to be heard at the City Planning Commission after 8:30am on Thursday, March 8, 2018. The meeting will be held at:

Los Angeles City Hall
200 N. Spring St. Room 340
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Public entrance is on Main St.)

Additional information can be found on the Westside Mobility Plan website

6.  WEST LAPD BLOOD DRIVE

The West Los Angeles Community Police Station will be hosting a blood drive in front of the police station on Tuesday, February 20th, 2018, between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.  Interested community members who wish to donate may make an appointment by visiting www.Redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code BADGESoCal or call 310-444-0743.

The West Los Angeles Area Community Police Station is located at 1663 Butler Avenue, Los Angeles Ca. 90025.  Please refer to attached bulletin for more details and share with your neighbors and community.   Give Life.  Give Blood!7.  METRO CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

Potholing on Midvale and Gayley Ave,
from Lindbrook Dr. to Ashton Ave.

Metro contractors will be performing field work for Section 3 of the Purple Line Extension to prepare for advanced utility relocation from Monday, February 26 through Monday, April 30. This work will include underground pothole/trench investigation to verify AT&T lines.  Click here for additional Information

Upcoming Community Meetings

Section 3: Pre-Construction Community Meeting
March 22, 2018
6:30pm – 8pm
Westwood Methodist Church

Event Details

8.  FIRE STATION 71 UPDATE

Earlier this month, our Fire Station 71 responded to a large house fire in Bel Air.  Though the home was not in our neighborhood, we wanted to give you an update, as Fire Station 71 services Holmby Westwood.

“E-71 was “second in” company on the Bellagio Rd. fire. They were assigned to “Back Up Fire Attack” and worked on the second floor trying to access the attic. The second floor started filling with heavy smoke until they could not see more than 1 or 2 feet. They had difficulty finding the stairs to the first floor as they were beginning to get low on air.

Luckily, they found the stairs and were able to exit the second floor as the heat was building causing some concern to get out of the structure. All of 71’s crew came out safely.

Unfortunately, 2 firefighters were hurt and transported to the hospital. One of the firefighters was assigned to shut down the electrical panel and while he was there it flashed and burned his hands and face. It was mostly 2nd degree and small 3rd burns. He was transported to UCLA and it doesn’t seem to be too serious.

9.  UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

Lawn Bowling Open House – Saturday, February 24 at 10:30 AM at Holmby Park.  Last October, the Holmby Park law bowling club celebrated its 90th Anniversary in this beautiful park. As part of the continuation of this remarkable success, all HWPOA members are cordially invited for an Open House on Feb. 24. Each participant will be offered snacks, drinks and special vouchers for four free, one hour lessons. These vouchers could be used on any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturdays. This is a healthy, fun activity for all ages.

For more information, please visit:
www.losangeleslawnbowling.com

L.A. Camp Fair – Sunday, March 11, from noon to 3pm at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Area on the campus of UCLA.  Families who are looking for the ideal summer camp for their kids this year won’t want to miss this free event. Over 60 camps and programs will be represented at the L.A. Camp Fair, where attendees can meet camp counselors, directors, and staff from day camps to sleepaway camps and all kinds of camps in between, and learn about their programs. There will be games, prizes, and activities for the kids, as well as raffles and drawings for free camp sessions from participating camps.

The event is absolutely FREE, but tickets are required and available at:  Camp Fair – Free Tickets

More info at:
UCLA Camp Fair

10.  HWPOA CONTACT INFORMATION

HOLMBY WESTWOOD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
P.O. Box 49180
Los Angeles, CA 90049
310-470-1785
Email: hwpoa@aol.com
Web site: www.holmbywestwoodpoa.org
Pay Membership Dues: https://squareup.com/store/hwpoa

You Are Invited . . .

  • To attend our monthly Board Meetings*
    NEXT MEETING – MARCH 13
  • To let us know your concerns about our community and your ideas about how we might work to improve it
  • To become involved in our Association.

*Board Meetings are usually held the second Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm at Belmont Village (10475 Wilshire Blvd.).  Please confirm prior to attending.

Holmby News 2-9-18

HOLMBY NEWS
February 9, 2018

 

From the Holmby Westwood Property Owners Association, serving the Holmby Westwood community since 1960.

1.  HWPOA Board Meeting
2.  LAPD Crime Report – “Door Checking”
3.  City of Los Angeles Website
4.  Congressional Art Competition
5.  Lawn Bowling – Open House Event
6.  Runners – Save the Date: 10K and Half Marathon
7.  HWPOA Communication and Ad Policy
8.  Resident Ads
9.  HWPOA Contact Information

1.  HWPOA BOARD MEETING

On Tuesday, February 13 at 8:00 PM, the HWPOA Board of Directors will hold its monthly meeting at Belmont Village, 10475 Wilshire Blvd.  Please click here to see the agenda.

Members of the community are welcome to attend, though space is limited. Please let us know if you plan to attend.  Email Dana at hwpoa@aol.com.

2.  LAPD CRIME REPORT – “DOOR CHECKING”

The following information was provided by Officer Maria Gray, Senior Lead Officer for the Brentwood area.  While these incidents occured in Brentwood, we are posting this due to the proximity and similarity of the neighborhoods:

DOOR CHECKING – CARS & RESIDENCES
Property theft suspects are conducting a “Door Checking” modus operandi in that they walk the streets of our neighborhood in the middle of the night, yanking on car doors and/or residential doors looking for opportunities to steal readily available items.

There is a team of teenagers that have been coming up from South Los Angeles that conduct “Door Checking” but their interest is concentrated on stealing high end cars, and sadly, they have been quite successful.  If the car door is open, they press the break and hit the start button and if it starts, they’re southbound.  There have been several arrests of this ring but since they are minors, they are immediately cited out to their parents with an upcoming court date and released – and then the come right back to Brentwood.  When asked why they return time and time again to our community, they told the detective that it’s because they’ve been so successful since so many people leave their fobs within their cars and the doors unlocked.

Please check your vehicles to ensure that there isn’t a fob inadvertently left in the center console or perhaps under the seat.  Each success that these thieves have provides them with the positive reinforcement that draws them back to our community.

Individuals are now expanding their door checking to INCLUDE RESIDENCES. They’ll pull on a door handle of a car parked in the driveway and, if unsuccessful, they go up to the house and pull on the residential door as well. If left unlocked, they enter the residence, but typically they don’t go very deep into the house. They are looking for purses or car keys left on the entry table, or laptops on the coffee table, etc. — anything that they can quickly grab and run with.  Please keep your door locked and if you have an alarm system – use it.

3.  CITY OF LOS ANGELES WEBSITE

The City of Los Angeles’ website has information about everything that happens in L.A.  You can find information about recycling, water conservation and bulky item disposal.  You can pay parking tickets and renew dog licenses.  You can also find information about cultural events and recreational activities.  For more information, please click here:

City of Los Angeles – Website

4.  CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION

Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. The Artistic Discovery Contest is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in the nation, as well as in our Congressional District.

Winners are recognized both in their district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol.

The Artistic Discovery Contest is open to all high school students (9-12th grade) who either reside or attend school in the 33rd District.  Submission deadline is April 6, 2018.  For more information, please click the flyer below:

5.  LAWN BOWLING – OPEN HOUSE EVENT

Last October, the Holmby Park law bowling club celebrated its 90th Anniversary in this beautiful park. As part of the continuation of this remarkable success, all HWPOA members are cordially invited for an Open House on Saturday, February 24 at 10:30 AM. Each participant will be offered snacks, drinks and special vouchers for four free, one hour lessons. These vouchers could be used on any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturdays. This is a healthy, fun activity for all ages.

For more information, please visit:
www.losangeleslawnbowling.com

6.  RUNNERS – SAVE THE DATE: 10K AND HALF MARATHON

Run to Remember LA is a 10K and Half Marathon race that pays tribute to First Responders who have made the ultimate sacrifice.  The race will be held on April 8, 2018.

Run To Remember raises funds to help support the families of fallen first responders and to provide funding to partner charities who have developed a variety of community programs such as police mentorship, education and scholarships for youth, equipment for local police and fire departments, at-risk-youth programs and veteran support.

For more information or to register or make a donation, please click here:  https://www.runtorememberla.org/

7.  HWPOA COMMUNICATION AND AD POLICY

Please direct all comments, questions or issues regarding the Holmby News to hwpoa@aol.com.

Ads for plumbers, housekeepers, garage sales, etc. will be posted in the weekly News. Emergency situations such as coyote sightings, lost and found pets, traffic alerts and similar situations will continue to be published during the week as received.

When placing an ad, please send to hwpoa@aol.com for the Holmby News moderator to review.  Responses to ads should be directed to the ad placer, not to HWPOA.

8.  RESIDENT ADS

PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS

Looking for a professional cleaning crew to do deep cleaning after construction.  Please send recommendations.

Thanks!
shelleyeisner@me.com

9.  HWPOA CONTACT INFORMATION

HOLMBY WESTWOOD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
P.O. Box 49180
Los Angeles, CA 90049
310-470-1785
Email: hwpoa@aol.com
Web site: www.holmbywestwoodpoa.org
Pay Membership Dues: https://squareup.com/store/hwpoa

You Are Invited . . .

  • To attend our monthly Board Meetings*
  • To let us know your concerns about our community and your ideas about how we might work to improve it
  • To become involved in our Association.

*Board Meetings are usually held the second Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm at Belmont Village (10475 Wilshire Blvd.).  Please confirm prior to attending.

Holmby News 2-2-18

HOLMBY NEWS
February 2, 2018

 

From the Holmby Westwood Property Owners Association, serving the Holmby Westwood community since 1960.

If you recently received a membership renewal notice,
you can pay your dues here:
Renew HWPOA Membership

1.  LAPD Crime Report
2.  DWP Scheduled Power Outage
3.  Letter Regarding Holmby Westwood Security

4.  New YMCA – Grand Opening
5.  Westwood Library – Book Donations Needed
6.  Westwood Horizons Update
7
.  Neighborhood Council Election Workshops
8.  Westwood Library – February Happenings
9.  Upcoming Community Events

10.  HWPOA Communication and Ad Policy
11.  Resident Ads
12.  HWPOA Contact Information

1.  LAPD CRIME REPORT

BURGLARY (entry of structure w/intent to commit theft or a felony)
Incident #: 180805074
10400 BLOCK LINDBROOK DR  |  1/23/2018 @ 7:45 PM

BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE
Incident #: 180805125
800 BLOCK BIRCHWOOD DR  |  1/26/2018 @ 12:01 AM

You may access crime mapping at www.crimemapping.com to review recent crimes in your area. Sign up to receive alerts when crime is reported in your neighborhood.

E-Policing: http://www.lapdonline.org/e_policing
EMERGENCY: 911
NON-EMERGENCY: 1-877-275-5273
All other City Services: 311
Christopher Ragsdale, Senior Lead Officer
West Los Angeles Community Police Station
Office: 310-444-0741
Email: 26690@lapd.lacity.org
Website: www.lapdonline.org

2.  DWP SCHEDULED POWER OUTAGE

The Dept. of Water & Power has scheduled a power outage for Saturday, February 3, 2018 in the Holmby Westwood area to replace cables.  Affected streets include:

  • 10564-10582 Lindbrook Dr.
  • 10636 Wilshire Blvd.
  • 10595-10655 Ashton
  • 1230 Westholme Ave.

Time outage will begin: 6:00 AM
Expected outage duration: 8 hours

The DWP usually will have 2 outages approximately 3-4 weeks apart: depending on the scope of work this time can be longer or shorter.

The length of time of the actually outage duration will always be kept as short as possible. However, they do have other organizations involved and at times may not get the authorities as scheduled, which then pushes the start times out and obviously the end times as well.  The DWP is hoping to minimize the impact on their customers.

HWPOA has contacted the LAPD and requested additional patrols in the area during the power outage, as alarms and other security features that rely on electricity will be disabled during the outage.

3.  LETTER REGARDING HOLMBY WESTWOOD SECURITY

Regarding inquires to HWPOA about the “Holmby Westwood Security Concerns” letter received by residents this week, HWPOA does not recommend or endorse any service provider. The letter was sent by concerned residents in Holmby Westwood.

4.  NEW YMCA – GRAND OPENING

Join us for a FREE Community Open House on Saturday, February 3, 2018 (10:30AM – 2:00PM) to celebrate the Grand Opening of Collins & Katz Family YMCA.

Collins & Katz Family YMCA
1466 S Westgate Avenue
Los Angeles 90025
Free parking available in the Y’s attached parking garage

Neighbors of all ages are invited to sample group exercise classes, participate in family activities — including arts & crafts and obstacle course), enjoy food trucks, complimentary massages, membership incentives and more.

Collins & Katz Family YMCA features two indoor heated pools, exercise studios, fitness center, full size gym, rooftop deck with outdoor basketball court & walking track, child activity center, locker rooms with steam room and sauna, social lounge and community room. Teens can look forward to a Teen Fitness Center, Teen Leadership Room and Teen Activity Center.

Collins & Katz Family YMCA’s Community Open House is open to the public and RSVP is not required.  For more information, please give us a call at 1-310-477-1511 or visit us at the branch.

WEBSITE – Collins & Katz Family YMCA

5.  WESTWOOD LIBRARY – BOOK DONATIONS NEEDED

The Friends of Westwood Library Needs YOUR Help!  What to do with your books once you have read them? Donate them to the Friends of Westwood Library for our book sales.  Did you know that a significant portion of our budget comes from reselling books that our wonderfully literate community donates to us? Imagine your used books purchasing NEW books for our library!

Here is a list of what we can use:

  • Children’s books
  • Fiction, poetry, essays, memoirs, plays
  • General interest non-fiction
  • Graphic novels
  • Art books

And HERE is a list of what we CANNOT accept:

  • Textbooks of any kind; Encyclopedias
  • Highly specialized scholarly monographs
  • Teachers’ manuals; Course manuals or readers; Computer books
  • Outdated (more than 2 years old) test prep. materials, restaurant and travel guides, manuals, diet/medical/advice books, etc.
  • Children’s activity books that have been used—e.g., workbooks, sticker books, etc.
  • Books with a lot of markings—e.g., underlining, highlighting, etc.
  • Damaged books
  • Magazines of any sort
  • Cassette tapes, laser disks, VHS tapes

Please take your donations to the lowest level of the library parking lot and leave them by the cage on the left side.  Don’t forget to go back up to the library to get your parking validated.

To request pick up from your home, please contact lwinikow@yahoo.com

6.  WESTWOOD HORIZONS UPDATE

A situation which began with the shock of eviction notices being placed on the doors of Westwood Village senior tenants on Thanksgiving 2016, has finally been resolved in a manner acceptable to the remaining tenants and the 947 Tiverton Avenue building’s Arizona-based owners, Watermark.

Under a “Tenant Habitability Plan” (THP) approved by all parties and supported by Councilmember Koretz, the tenants will be relocated to the Glendon, a nearby fully-accessible apartment building, have catered meals to replace the in-house dining room they enjoyed for decades at the old building, and be furnished accessible bathtubs, as needed, at Watermark’s expense.

While the tenants are living at the nearby Glendon, Watermark will seismically retrofit the Tiverton building and do a massive upgrade to its electrical, elevator and heating-air conditioning equipment, among other things. The work is expected to take at least a year and the tenants who negotiated the THP conditions, with the help of the legal aid firm Bet Tzedek, will then be able to return to Tiverton under the same rent-controlled circumstances they have enjoyed for years.

7.  NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTION WORKSHOPS

This February and March, the City Clerk is holding workshops across the City to discuss and learn about Neighborhood Council elections. Topics to talk about and give feedback on include candidate filing, online voting, Election Day operations, and Election outreach.

For more information and to see a list of workshop dates and locations, please click here:

Neighborhood Council Election Workshops

All workshops are open to the public.  Free parking is available at every location.  If you’d like more information, please contact City Clerk – Election Division at (213) 978-0444 or (888) 873-1000.

8.  WESTWOOD LIBRARY – FEBRUARY HAPPENINGS

The Westwood Branch Library has a busy month of events and activities for adults, teens and children.  Some of the programs include:

  • Concert: 8 Brazilian Cellists (see Upcoming Community Events)
  • B&W Movie Classic Night:  Hitchcock’s ‘Notorious’
  • Tax Update Workshop
  • Light Saber Dueling from Darth and Luke!
  • Computer Comfort Class
  • Reading to Dogs – visit with therapy dogs

For a complete list of upcoming events, please click here:

https://www.lapl.org/branches/westwood

9.  UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

FREE Concert Series @ Westwood Library – Sunday, February 4 , 2018 at 2:30 PM at Westwood Library (1246 Glendon Ave.). Join us for the first concert in the 2018 season of our popular concert series. We’ll be upstairs in the library on a Sunday afternoon when the library is not open for regular business.

We’re fortunate to be able to welcome 8 BRAZILIAN CELLISTS for this fabulous concert of catchy, rhythmic Latin American music. Don’t miss it!

Admission is FREE, with FREE parking at the library. Library garage and doors open at 2:00 p.m. Concerts last approximately one hour, with no intermission.

After the concert, meet the musicians and enjoy a complimentary reception hosted by Westwood restaurant MAHARAJA CUISINE OF INDIA and the Friends of Westwood Library.

Hammer Museum Events – Come visit a world-class museum in the heart of Westwood Village!  Admission is free.  For a complete list of exhibitions, programs and upcoming events, please click here:

Hammer Museum website

Metro Art Events – From a Shakespearian themed Valentine’s Day art tour to a Mardi Gras music and dance procession, here’s your guide to all the Metro Art events happening in February. Did we mention they’re all free and open to the public?

Here are the Metro Art events happening in February

100 Hidden Gems of L.A. – You could live here for decades and still never see it all. That’s the beauty of our city.  From Los Angeles Magazine:  For those of you who like to find different things to do in Los Angeles, check out this list of 100 things every Angeleno should do at least once:

An Insider’s Guide to the 100 Hidden Gems of L.A.

10.  HWPOA COMMUNICATION AND AD POLICY

Please direct all comments, questions or issues regarding the Holmby News to hwpoa@aol.com.

Ads for plumbers, housekeepers, garage sales, etc. will be posted in the weekly News. Emergency situations such as coyote sightings, lost and found pets, traffic alerts and similar situations will continue to be published during the week as received.

When placing an ad, please send to hwpoa@aol.com for the Holmby News moderator to review.  Responses to ads should be directed to the ad placer, not to HWPOA.

11.  RESIDENT ADS

HANDYMAN NEEDED

Looking for a good Handyman who can work weekdays.  Please send me your recommendations.

Thanks,
shelleyeisner@me.com

12.  HWPOA CONTACT INFORMATION

HOLMBY WESTWOOD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
P.O. Box 49180
Los Angeles, CA 90049
310-470-1785
Email: hwpoa@aol.com
Web site: www.holmbywestwoodpoa.org
Pay Membership Dues: https://squareup.com/store/hwpoa

You Are Invited . . .

  • To attend our monthly Board Meetings*
    NEXT MEETING – FEBRUARY 13
  • To let us know your concerns about our community and your ideas about how we might work to improve it
  • To become involved in our Association.

*Board Meetings are usually held the second Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm at Belmont Village (10475 Wilshire Blvd.).  Please confirm prior to attending.