Welcome to Ramona
The Ramona Tract is located in the City of Hawthorne, CA (City of Good Neighbors) east of Inglewood Ave, west of Hawthorne Blvd, south of El Segundo Blvd, and north of Rosecrans Ave.
National Night Out - Tuesday, August 5
Outside City Hall from 6-9 pm
The RNA, in collaboration with other Hawthorne community associations and the Hawthorne Police Department, is hosting National Night Out on Tuesday, August 5 outside of City Hall from 6-9 pm. The Laker Girls and LA Defenders will be on hand to meet everyone along with free food, a chili cookoff, a jumper for the kids, and games and prizes. National Night Out is a nationwide program held August 5 that promotes police-community partnerships, crime prevention, and letting criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. See you there.
The RNA Picnic is August 16 at Ramona Park
Annual Picnic from 11 am to 2 pm
The annual RNA picnic is Saturday, August 16 at Ramona Park from 11 am to 2 pm. We will have a cookout with free hamburgers and sausages as well as all the fixings. There will also be entertainment and crafts for the kids as well as the Ramona pool being open. This year's theme is Animals. Come out for a great afternoon of food, fun, and neighborhood fellowship.
Become an RNA Officer
The Neighborhood Needs YOU
The RNA is always looking for new, fresh leaders to join the executive board. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to get involved or want more information.
Join the Ramona Neighborhood on Nextdoor
Social Media Site Specifically for Ramona
The Ramona Neighborhood Association encourages the community to join the conversation on Nextdoor. Nextdoor is a social networking site specifically for our neighborhood. Currently discussions are taking place about crime in the community and local business recommendations. Sign up for Nextdoor today!
Follow Us on Facebook and Twitter
The Ramona Neighborhood Association is now on Facebook and Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @RNA_Hawthorne. We'll be using these sites for day-to-day updates on neighborhood happenings.