Outpost Neighborhood Association

Welcome to Outpost Estates!

On behalf of Outpost Neighboorhood Association Board of Directors, we would like to welcome you our website and your neighborhood. The operation of our neighborhood association is governed by a board of volunteer Board of Directors. The Directors are elected by the Outpost Neighborhood Association members to advocate and represent the neighborhood.

You are part of a 100+ year neighborhood, filled with historical homes, hidden paths, lush gardens, and wonderful mixture of creative artist and families.

We love Outpost Estates




EarthDay was a Sucess!

Thank you Aaron Montelongo and Bret Parsons of Compass for sponsoring ONA for another year of Shredding and Ewaste. It was so great to see so many neighbors. We had such a demand for EWaste that next year we are getting a separate truck to allow for more recycling. Congratulations Raffle Winners: Rebecca, Betty, Natasha, Connor, Ben and Erika were the lucky recipients of wine, champagne, Starbucks gift card or tickets to the Dodgers Game!!!   Putting together an event like this takes

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Hollywood Bowl Traffic Implications for Phish Concert April 21, 22, & 23, 2023

The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association (LAPA) operates the Hollywood Bowl venue through a 30 year long term operating lease agreement with the County of Los Angeles (current lease expires June 30, 2034). On average, LAPA operates the Hollywood Bowl from April to November each year and puts on 110+ concerts each season that brings over 1 million people to the venue and generates about $72 million in revenues. In the past few years, LAPA has outsourced more and more events to a for-profit

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Speed Hump Installation Update for Outpost Estates

Thank you to all of the Outpost Neighborhood Association members that took the time to apply for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) residential speed hump program on October 6, 2022. Only 375 applications were accepted for all of Los Angeles (only 25 per Los Angeles City Council District) and the following three blocks were accepted in ‘Step 1’ for LADOT to conduct an engineering study to determine the feasibility of installing speed humps at these locations in Outpost Estates (the streets with

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