Membership

Formed in 1983, the MMRA is a non-profit incorporated organization of residents – renters and homeowners – within the area bounded by Wilshire Blvd. on the north; Detroit/Meadowbrook on the east; Edgewood Place/San Vicente on the south; and Fairfax on the west.

From 1983 to the present, the MMRA has been the voice of the Miracle Mile community. When necessary, we have entered into litigation with the City of Los Angeles to compel them to uphold the law and city codes.

Our Mission: The MMRA seeks to improve the quality of life for its members and the community. This is your organization. Together we can make this a great neighborhood in which to live and to work.

Annual membership dues are $25.

To become a member print this web page and fill out the form below.


Miracle Mile Residential Association Membership Application
Please print this application and fill it out.
Name
Address
Phone (Daytime)
Phone (Evening)
Email Address
Date
Annual Membership Dues ______ $25.00 per year
___     I’m interested in serving as Block Representative for my block (meet first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Westside Jewish Community Center, 5870 W. Olympic Blvd).
   

Please make your check payable to MMRA. Print this page and return it with your check to:


MMRA
P.O. Box 361295
Los Angles, CA 90036-9495

WHY YOUR PARTICIPATION IS IMPORTANT

If we are to accomplish meaningful goals and lead the way toward making this a beautiful and safer community, we need your participation. We are involved in monitoring development, providing street trees, assisting in community block organizations, graffiti removal, and public works maintenance, as well as keeping the neighborhood informed through distribution of the Association’s monthly newsletters and occasional undates. The MMRA does not have any employees and its Board serve on a volunteer basis without remuneration, dependent upon the payment of dues to cover all of the Association’s operating expenses. Payment of annual dues enables the MMRA to continue its efforts to preserve the value of our neighborhood.