Category Archives: Beachwood Canyon

Help Keep the Hollyridge Trailhead Open!

We Want Open Access  to Griffith Park Trails for Everyone!   Saturday April 15th at 12 Noon  Join us at the top of Beachwood    The City has announced April 18th it will close the Griffith Park access trailhead at the top of Beachwood Drive and divert Griffith Park hikers and tourists away from Beachwood Canyon over to Bronson Canyon and Vermont Canyon. How did this happen? On March 13th, we all learned of the City’s decision to close access to the Hollyridge

Candidate Forum at Beachwood Cafe a Success

Monday, February 23, 2015 most of the candidates attended a packed Beachwood Cafe to answer questions gathered previously by BCNA & HHA. The candidates were very relaxed and gave answers worthy of consideration before you get to the ballot box on March 3rd. Here’s the YouTube video that captured the event. Thanks to Kurt & Fran Reichenbach for providing the audio/visual:      

Council District 4 Candidate Forum – hosted by BCNA & HHA Feb 23 at the Beachwood Cafe 7 p.m. UPDATE – Deadline for question submission extended!

Residents of Beachwood Canyon with the help of local neighborhood groups would like to invite you to a Council District 4 candidates forum.   Date: Monday, February 23rd,  7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Seating is limited. Please arrive early. Walk or carpool, if possible. First Come – First Seated – space is limited! Location: Beachwood Café, 2695 N. Beachwood Drive LA, CA, 90068  (Thanks for the space, Patti Peck!) Community members together with the help of the Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association and the Hollywoodland Homeowners

BCNA/HHA Host Fire Safety Meeting – Monday, Sept 15, 2014

Beachwood Canyon is dry, overgrown and there are many visitors every day on our hiking trails and on all our streets. Most don’t know the rules of the road here – NO smoking in our hillside neighborhoods. We MUST be prepared. L.A. Fire Battalion 5 and fire fighters from Fire Station 82 will be on hand to go over evacuation plans and fire safety for our neighborhood. September 15, 2014 at 7 p.m. at the Beachwood Cafe! Invite as many neighbors

Summer Neighborhood Meeting

It’s time to get together again. DATE: Monday, August 11 at 7 p.m. LOCATION: Beachwood Cafe This meeting will provide updates on crime, local tourist issues, traffic and parking updates and much more. We have invited the reps from the City Council as well as law enforcement. Will you be there? Light refreshments will be served and you should be prepared to share your neighborhood concerns in a supportive environment. We are here for YOU! If you would like to

Beachwood Canyon – Gridlock Becomes a Safety Issue

Most who live here are well aware of the congested streets during spring break, in the summer and on most holidays. That seems to have shifted and often it’s crowded with cars and pedestrians during the week and on weekends no matter whether there is a holiday or not. Temporary Permit Parking zones are being created now. The signs will most likely go up in 3 months. This should create some measure of relief and greater parking enforcement is assured

Trombone Holiday Extravaganza 2013

Quick Video Glimpse of Trombone Extravaganza 2013  Click on photo to see a panorama shot of the Glen Green event. Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association and the Hollywood Orchard with the support of City Council District 4 presents the Five Annual Trombone Holiday Event on the top to Glen Green – Saturday, December 14th 7 – 9 p.m.  

2014 ANNUAL BCNA MEETING PLANNED

Every year neighbors meet at the BCNA Annual Meeting to get caught up with local events and to elect board members to serve for their 2-year term. We use the staggered method of board election. With 9 board members serving, each year either a four or five board members are up for re-election. Click here for the Annual Meeting Flyer Click here for the Election Info

Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association – Busy for YOU

ANNUAL 2014 BCNA Meeting & Elections – Monday, January 13, 7 p.m. Your Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association has been busy on many fronts this past year to preserve the quality of life in the community. Here’s a summary of what we have been doing: PUBLIC SAFETY: We recently submitted a request to have the curbs on Beachwood converted to handicapped access. OUTREACH: Communication is on the top of our list of priorities. We maintain a humble but efficient website and

Welcome to Beachwood Canyon!

Welcome to Beachwood Canyon! We are in the process of rebuilding our website to meet the growing needs of this vibrant community. Your comments and suggestions are very welcome. Post your comments here. If you have not yet become a member of Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association, please click on the Paypal button on the right and follow the prompts. We send newsletters at least once a month. If you would like to view these, the archive button on the right