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Community Participation Everyone living, learning and working in Hacienda Heights was invited to participate in a series of community-wide events and activities during the public participation phase of the Hacienda Heights Community…
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Reginal Planning Commission Discussion Item On August 6, 2008 a discussion item regarding the Hacienda Heights Community Plan Update was brought before the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission at their meeting held in downtown…
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
You Spoke, We Listened The Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning is committed to maintaining an ongoing exchange of information between us and you, the residents of Hacienda Heights. You have a lot…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - You Spoke, We Listened, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Conditional Use Permit 00-115-(5)
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 1, Zoned District, Workman Mill ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Workman Mill ZD, Conditional Use Permit
Tentative Tract Map No. 066349
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 1, Zoned District, Sunshine Acres ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Sunshine Acres ZD, Tentative Tract Map
Tentative Tract Map No. 066171
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 2, Zoned District, Victoria ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Victoria ZD, Tentative Tract Map
Tentative Tract Map No. 065157
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 2, Zoned District, Carson ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Carson ZD, Conditional Use Permit, Tentative Tract Map
Tentative Tract Map No. 064246
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 1, Community, Avocado Heights , Zoned District, Puente ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Zoned District, Puente ZD, Tentative Tract Map
Tentative Tract Map No. 062621
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 1, Community, Avocado Heights , Zoned District, Puente ZD, Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Puente ZD, Tentative Tract Map
Community Matters: Tipping Fees In December 2002 expansion of the Puente Hills Landfill was approved by the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission through a Conditional Use Permit. As part of this permit a…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Capital Improvement Projects There are several ways to learn about capital improvement projects in Hacienda Heights. County service providers from various departments provide reports of major projects at the monthly meetings of the…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Q and A and Next Steps We hope that you have had the chance to get answers to your questions at the numerous community meetings and activities held during the public participation phase of the program.…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Plan Implementation The Hacienda Heights Community Plan is scheduled to be adopted by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors by the end of this year. Once the Plan is effective, some…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Watch is a program that relies on citizens to organize themselves and work with law enforcement to watch and listen to what’s going on in their communities. From time…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: 211 Finding out who to contact for what is as easy as dialing 211. Via the 211 number LA County enables callers to access over 28,000 health and human service programs…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Home Loans The Los Angeles County Community Development Commission offers loans to maintain homes. The Single Family Grant Program (SFGP) offers grants up to $5,000 for repairs and addressing code violations to…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) Unincorporated areas can become cities by petitioning to the Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO. LAFCO is the county-wide regulatory agency that is responsible for coordinating logical and timely changes…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Community Matters: Wireless Networks To “go wireless” means that information, such as Internet access, can be transferred over a distance without the use of electrical conductors, or “wires”. Localities can provide wireless services by…
Filed Under: Hacienda Heights - Community Matters, Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Youth Planning Summer Project Kickoff Meeting Five members of the Youth Planning Committee met to finalize logistical aspects of their summer project, the restaurant evaluation demonstration project. Building on the work done at the Youth Planning…
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 4, Community, Hacienda Heights, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD
Restaurant Evaluation Demonstration Project Members of the Youth Planning Committee conducted an innovative demonstration project to assess healthy food options and environmental practices in Hacienda Heights’ restaurants. Focusing on the central commercial area, participants…
Filed Under: Supervisorial District 4, Zoned District, Hacienda Heights ZD, Community Outreach
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