The Oaks Homeowners Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. We seek to help our community thrive: to provide forums where neighbors can meet neighbors, to advocate with our elected local and state officials, to work for general security and safety, and to promote and protect the natural splendor with which The Oaks is blessed. Above all, our intent is to bridge gaps and foster a feeling of community.

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CONSTRUCTION OF THE CIRCLE BEGAN ON 10/20/20
After running in circles for more than fifteen years trying to get the traffic circle project approved, the Oaks and Bronson Canyon Improvement Fund has finally received the green light from the City to begin construction.
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HELP SUPPORT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD BY SENDING IN YOUR 2021 DUES TODAY
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New LAPD Senior Lead Officer for the Oaks — Effective March 12th
Our current LAPD Senior Lead Officer, Heather Mata, will be on leave for several months effective today, March 12. While she is away SLO Brian White will serve as her replacement.
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Important Safety & Security Tips for Our Oaks Neighbors
There have been numerous reports of an uptick in crime in our neighborhood which has been confirmed by our LAPD Senior Lead Officer. We want all of you to be safe, so please follow these tips on safety and security.
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GRIFFITH PARK AERIAL TRAM

In 2018 the City of Los Angeles began studying the idea of a Griffith Park aerial tram that would carry visitors up to the iconic Hollywood Sign in airborne gondolas and in this way reduce the numbers of tourists attempting to access a view of the Sign
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SAFETY AT CONSTRUCTION SITES
Construction is considered an essential activity under the City of Los Angeles’ Emergency Public Order. So construction throughout the Oaks continues apace. We also may be noticing it more as we are all walking through the neighborhood more than ever!
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