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The Hollywood Bowl works with neighbors in formal and informal ways, all in a commitment to collaboration. In addition to making this world-famous concert venue accessible to diverse audiences, we work hard to serve our 5000+ neighboring households immediately surrounding the Hollywood Bowl.

Neighborhood Newsletter

To keep neighbors informed of upcoming events, the Hollywood Bowl sends a weekly email providing an event schedule and anticipated traffic flow impacts, as well as other relevant community information.


Neighborhood Events

From an annual neighborhood pancake breakfast to "donuts in the driveway" events in the community, to special, neighbor-only events, the Hollywood Bowl regularly hosts those who live in the vicinity. Working with our local neighborhood association partners, we plan and invite neighbors as often as possible to attend events, including with regular ticket giveaways. To learn about upcoming events, please contact your neighborhood association.

Neighborhood Suggestions

A critical part of our work with the surrounding community is soliciting, receiving, and reviewing feedback on what's going on in the neighborhood. Please use the following forms to provide your experience related to:

Traffic Suggestions

Sound Suggestions

Street Closure Text Alerts

To offer another option for neighbors to be kept up to date, we have launched a text reminder system specifically for hard street closures. Complete the form to register your number and get messages about street closures that may occur on busy Hollywood Bowl event days. Once you're registered, you will receive a text message on the morning of each street closure.


Community Advisory

In 2018, the LA Phil reinvigorated a Community Advisory group. The group comprises two representatives from the six surrounding neighborhood associations and the Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council: Cahuenga Pass Association, Outpost Neighborhood Association, Hollywood Heights Association, Hollywood Dell Civic Association, Whitley Heights Civic Association, and Hollywood Knolls Community Club.

The meetings are held quarterly to provide Hollywood Bowl updates and work together to address community concerns. Often representatives from County Supervisorial District 5, City District 4, the County Department of Parks & Recreation, and LADOT attend these meetings, which always include staff and representatives of The Ford, the Hollywood Bowl,  and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. The following are the current members of the Community Advisory:

Hollywood Heights
Todd Henricks
Joyce Dyrector

Cahuenga Pass
Krista Michaels
Dan Bernstein

Whitley Heights
John Gittelsohn
James Roncal

Hollywood Knolls
Dan Savage
Joel Samuels

Hollywood Dell
Jodi Ehrlich
Alexa Iles

Outpost Estates
Chris Wintrode
Ben Nunemaker

Hollywood Hills West NC
Brian Dyer
Anastasia Mann