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.
RNA Open Meeting March 13 - Elections and Police Presentation
At Ramona School from 7-9 pm
The RNA will be holding an open meeting at Ramona School on March 13 from 7 pm to 9 pm. At the meeting we will have executive board elections and a special presentation from members of the Hawthorne Police Department. Officers will be on hand to describe the different areas of work performed by the department as well as take questions and address concerns of residents. Free Pizza and Drinks will be served to all attendees. Be sure to attend.
Hawthorne Blvd Specific Plan Meeting March 12
Special Meeting for Ramona Residents 6-8 pm in City Council Chambers
The Hawthorne Planning Department as well as the contractor developing the Downtown Hawthorne Specific Plan wants to hear from Ramona residents. This special meeting is only for us and will allow us to learn about the plan, provide comments directly to the consultants, and present concerns. This is our opportunity to guide the future of Hawthorne Blvd development. Make sure your voice is heard!
Become an RNA Officer
The Neighborhood Needs YOU
The RNA is looking for new, fresh leaders to join the executive board. Elections will be held at the open meeting in March. Contact email@example.com if you'd like to run 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.