About the Miracle Mile Residential Association

Subway Petition Lawn Sign

Stop Nighttime, Sunday, and Holiday Subway Construction!


Printable Subway Petition

Check out our new “Subway Construction” page for more information.

If you would like to host a lawn sign like the one pictured above contact us at:


Why does the MMRA oppose nighttime construction?

Read why HERE


The Miracle Mile Residential Association [MMRA] is a multi-purpose community organization composed of your neighbors, both homeowners and renters. We are interested in maintaining the quality of life, property values, security and positive image in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles through careful monitoring of and input on land use, zoning and neighborhood concerns.

The MMRA stays current on these issues and then disseminates this information to the neighborhood residents. The MMRA is a volunteer organization. It is composed of its members, board members and officers.


The Miracle Mile Residential Association Presents

The Miracle Mile in Three Tenses: Past, Present, and Future

• A conversation with Ruth Wallach and Greg Goldin

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James O’Sullivan, President/Masselin (james.osullivan@miraclemilela.com)

Alice S. Cassidy, Vice President/Burnside (alice.cassidy@miraclemilela.com)

Joe Steins, Treasurer and Recording Secretary/Sierra Bonita (joseph.steins@miraclemilela.com)

Ken Hixon, Vice President–Director of Communication/Genesee (kenhixon@miraclemilela.com)

Monthly meetings

Board meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at the Berch Lounge, Westside Jewish Community Center, 5870 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036.

All are welcome.


MMRA boundaries are:

  • Northern: Wilshire Blvd.
  • Eastern: La Brea, from Wilshire to Olympic; Meadowbrook from Olympic to Edgewood Place.
  • Southern: Edgewood Place (from Meadowbrook to Hauser); San Vicente (from Hauser to Fairfax)
  • Western: Fairfax
Boundaries for the Miracle Mile Residential Association

Boundaries for the Miracle Mile Residential Association

You can also see the MMRA neighborhood area in an interactive Google Map.