Historical Overview

HCCA was founded in 1968 by a strong group of civic associations from all across the city.

The original list of Hollywood civic associations back then has grown considerably and are very active today working to improve neighborhood conditions. HCCA brings collectively "neighborhood power" together for a greater impact that benefits all Hollywood residents. HCCA membership is open to civic and homeowner associations throughout Hollywood. Annual dues are $20 and entitle a vote to the association's delegate or alternate. Please bring your neighborhood association to the table

Our Mission Statement

The Hollywood Council of Civic Associations is a nonprofit corporation that brings together civic associations in Hollywood so that we can work together on neighborhood issues. We are stronger and have more influence working together than if each association struggled on its own with issues that in fact are common to many of us. The Council is committed towards enhanced communications and a strong partnership with the City of Hollywood for the betterment of all residents.

HCCA Logo (original)
HCCA Bylaws

HCCA Official Bylaws

Adopted by the membership on October 17, 2012
Amended by the membership on April 15, 2013

"The name of the Corporation is Hollywood Council of Civic/Homeowner Associations, commonly known as HCCA. The address of the Corporation shall be established by the membership and stated on the HCCA website."

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