The Monterey Hills Federation is the organization that works for the community of Monterey Hills. It has the eyes and ears of POST Patrol, Los Angeles Police, LA City Council and US Congress. At each meeting any or all of the above agencies will be in attendance to our meetings. Everyone is welcome to our meetings where the discussions are about local, county and state issues that impact our community.

Here, Congressman Becerra speaks with residents of Monterey Hills at a recent Federation meeting.

Monterey Hills is located within the City and County of Los Angeles. It is bordered by South Pasadena to the north, El Sereno to the South, and Highland Park to the West. It is located east of the 110 freeway and is 15 minutes to Downtown Los Angeles or Old Town Pasadena. The Monterey Hills Federation is the organizational body formed to represent the interests of the Monterey Hills Community.

"The Hill", as it is affectionately called by its residents, is a serene hilltop community consisting of 21 condominium and town home complexes, each governed by their respective homeowners associations (HOA). The Federation was formed as an alliance between these HOA's so that they may collaborate and work in the common interest of its residents. The Federation organizes the annual Monterey Hills Jazz Festival, the Movie Nights in the Park and other family friendly events for all the residents of Monterey Hills.

The Monterey Hill Jazz Festival will be held on Saturday, August 16th @ Budd Wiener Park

Returning to the MHJF stage will be the group "City Beat"

Scheduled to Appear at this Years' Festival is:
"Echo Park Project"
"City Beat"
"TriTone Asylum"

For details for this event click here

Fun at Movie Night in Budd Wiener Park


Important Information

Federation Meeting
Tuesday, July 8th
at 8:00 PM

Call 9-1-1

LAPD Hollenbeck

Post Patrol
(323) 258-3761

City Services 3-1-1 

Congressman Xavier Becerra (CA-31)  (213) 483-1425

Councilmember (CD-14)
Jose Huizar
(323) 226-1646

Report Graffiti and other acts of vandalism to
LAPD (323) 342-4100

Report Transients to LAPD SLO R. Medina
(323) 342-4100

We are Proud to be affiliated with the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council,
through the Monterey Hills Local Issues Committee

2010 Monterey Hills Federation