About the Mission Hills Town Council
The Mission Hills Town Council was established in 2007 to serve the residents of Mission Hills as a unified voice, and a way to communicate with our elected officials and each other about what concerns us as neighbors and residents of the Mission Hills area. There is an elected Board of Trustees for the Council who serve two-year terms. Everyone in the community can join the Town Council as a member.
The Town Council works on projects to improve the neighborhood and acts on behalf of the members to help steer development in the community. A prime example of the Town Council's stewardship is the recently approved redevelopment of the Von's grocery store on Washington Street - the Town Council was instrumental in helping guide the project through various interest groups and the city so the project would gain approval in a form that would benefit the neighborhood for decades to come. The Town Council also throws community-wide events such as the 4th of July Celebration in Pioneer Park. Many of the projects we work on are in conjunction with other neighborhood organizations such as the Mission Hills Garden Club, Mission Hills Heritage, and the Mission Hills Business Improvement District. If you want Mission Hills to be an even better place to live and do business, join us, and help support our efforts
Click here for a copy of our bylaws