WHO WE ARE
The HLCA, founded in 1961, is a group of dues paying homeowners and residents who live in the area bounded by the Intracoastal Waterway, Federal Highway, Sheridan Street and the south city limits. The Association consists of Officers and Directors and holds monthly meetings at various locations in east Hollywood. The Association publishes a quarterly newsletter that is distributed free to homes in the east Hollywood area. In addition, the Association sponsors various social events during the year. The HLCA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization and is a founding member of the Hollywood Council of Civic Associations. www.hccacentral.org
Thank you to those that viewed our September Virtual General Meeting held on Tuesday, Sept. 8th at 7pm. Our guest speakers were be Dr. Daniel Meerow, Ph.D of Florida Atlantic University who is working on a flood risk and sea level resiliency project and District 1 Commissioner Caryl Shuham. We will continue to host virtual General Meetings in the future so stay tuned for info!
Our Mission: The primary purpose and objective of the Hollywood Lakes Civic Association is to improve and promote civic, cultural and recreational interest in the Lakes section of Hollywood, FL.