MOPOA will post newsletters, bulletins and information relating to important matters of interest to the Mount Olympus community. Please read below.
Should you have information that would benefit the community please contact us at (213) 486-4555.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP & BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS
The MOPOA Annual Membership Meetings are usually held in late September/early October of each year at the Mulholland Tennis Club, 2555 Crestview Drive at Skyline, off Mulholland Drive. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
The MOPOA Board of Directors meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of each month at a Member's home in Mt. Olympus, and are open to MOPOA members. We encourage you to attend and share your ideas. Please call (213)486-4555 for the date and location of the meeting.
GENERAL NEWS & UPDATES
PARKED CAR BREAK-INS
We have been informed by LAPD that there is a major increase in break in robberies into parked vehicles in the Hollywood hillsides, including Mount Olympus. When criminals see a computer, cell phone, or GPS unit that can be taken rapidly, they are able to commit these opportunistic crimes and escape very quickly. We urge you not to leave any of these items exposed in your car when parked outside of your garage. Also, please remember to LOCK YOUR DOORS at all times. Criminals are going for the low hanging fruit by taking belongings from unlocked cars.
Please be on high alert and immediately report any suspicious activities in our neighborhood to the police. LAPD has informed us of an increase in break-ins within our area. In fact, in early April, one Mount Olympus resident caught a culprit red handed with the help of their home security cameras. Let's be vigilant and keep our neighborhood safe!
LADWP has installed new lighting in the Mt. Olympus area. Brighter, more energy efficient, providing more illumination and greater safety for Mt. Olympus residents.
DWP has completed major underground cable upgrades for the Mt. Olympus area. Our direct electrical feeder is no longer dependent on the Laurel Canyon and Lookout Mountain power grid lines. As a result, our electric power will no longer be interrupted due to fallen tree branches on Laurel Canyon.