What is the HDCA?
The Hollywood Dell Civic Association (HDCA) is a non-profit, all-volunteer, neighborhood association with a charitable purpose; focused on improving the community for the general public good and encouraging civic engagement. Comprised of nearly 1,100 residences, the Hollywood Dell encompasses the area north of Franklin to the south side of the Hollywood Reservoir, east of Cahuenga and west of Argyle and includes the following streets:
Bryn Mawr Drive
Deep Dell Place
El Contento Drive
La Granada Drive
La Punta Drive
La Rocha Drive
North Cahuenga Blvd.
San Marco Drive
West Logandale Drive
Willetta Avenue N
B. Membership is established by payment of annual association dues.
C. The yearly dues are $50 per household, a discounted rate of $25 is offered to seniors or students.
Board of the association each year at the February monthly meeting.
B. They shall hold office for a term of (1) year or until successors are elected. The term of office shall begin March 1st.
C. The Executive Board is comprised of the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
The President shall call and preside at all meetings, shall act for and on behalf of the membership of the association, shall appoint any special committees necessary for the operation of the association business and shall act as official spokesperson for the association.
B. The Vice President will be the Executive Board liaison with association committee chairs.
C. Each committee is responsible for electing their committee chair.
D. Committee chairs must attend regular membership meetings.
E. Current list of committees includes (but not limited to):
Building & Development
Crime Prevention & Neighborhood Safety
Dell Events Committee
Friends of La Rocha Trail
Traffic, Roads & Parking
A. The association will have regular meetings open to the general membership, the public and any interested persons the second Wednesday of the month.
B. Advance notice shall be provided of any official association meeting that will occur outside of the established monthly meeting day.
C. Notification of meeting dates and times will be posted on the HDCA website, via email and on signs placed at key intersections in the neighborhood.
D. The Voting Members present at any meeting shall constitute a quorum.
E. A Voting Member is a person who has paid current dues and established membership in the association, and is present to vote.
F. The Executive Board shall meet quarterly. At least (3) three members of the Executive Board must be present to constitute a quorum.
B. Elections will be held each February.
C. The Executive Board shall fill any vacancies occurring during the year of any Officer through appointment.
B. Expenditures that exceed $1,000 will require a membership vote with advance notice.
C. Financial records and funds of the association shall be audited at least once a year by a committee of at least (2) two voting members of the association appointed by the President.
D. A Treasurer’s Report shall be presented at the year-end meeting, detailing the incoming and outgoing expenditures for the year. A copy of this report shall be included in the HDCA Annual Report compiled by the association Secretary.
E. All financial records, reports and documents associated with the finances of the association are the property of the HDCA.
F. In the event of the dissolution of the organization, all accumulated funds will be transferred to another non-profit organization selected by the executive board.
A. These bylaws may be amended by a 60% majority vote of Voting Members in attendance.
B. Proposed amendments shall be sent to all members at least 15 working days in advance of the meeting where action is to be taken or shall be read at the presiding meeting.
A. If any part of the Bylaws or the application thereof is hereafter held invalid or unenforceable, the remainder shall not be affected thereby, and only the affected portions are declared eliminated.
B. No officer, representative, spokesperson or member shall have any financial liability of the association.