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.
City of Hawthorne Election Forum
Thursday, October 3, at Ramona School from 7 pm until 9 pm
The RNA is hosting a candidate forum for the upcoming municipal election. Candidates for mayor, city council, treasurer, and clerk will answer questions important for the upcoming election. The forum will be moderated by the League of Women Voters Beach Cities. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the forum begins at 7:00 pm.
Hawthorne Walk Program Kicks Off
Saturday, September 21, from 9 until 10 am at Eucalyptus Park
Hawthorne is starting a citywide Walking Program for residents. There will be walking paths marked off in each neighborhood and residents will be encouraged to compete with each other and between neighborhoods. Prizes will be available for the most active participants. Come out for the kick-off. Free water bottles and pedometers
Congratulations to This Year's RNA Scholarship Winner
Kaitlyn Loeza Wins RNA Senior Scholarship
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Loeza on 141st Street for winning this year's $300 RNA Senior Scholarship. Each year, the RNA gives a scholarship to a neighborhood high school senior planning to attend a college or trade school. Look for applications for next year's scholarship in the spring, and congratulate Kaitlyn when you see her in the neighborhood!
Home Security Inspection
The Hawthorne Police Department Community Affairs Unit has developed a do-it-yourself security inspection sheet (PDF). Print it out and check your property or contact HPD Sgt. Robbie Williams and request a free professional inspection.
Our Local Links page now contains a list of emergency preparedness resources. It's never too early to prepare; but it can be too late!
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.