Board of Directors
2020 Lake Los Angeles Park Association Board of Directors:
Name, position (reelection date)
Mary Hanna, President (2022)
Donyale Fowler, Vice President (2021)
Amanda Akrey, Treasurer, FOP (2021)
Ray Rojas , Secretary (2021)
Director - open
Director - open
Alternates: (Yearly re-election)
2 Alternate positions are available, please see a LLAPA Director if you are interested in applying
When are LLAPA Board Meetings?
The LLAPA Board regularly meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 PM via Zoom. A business meeting to discuss agendas, planning, and any necessary discussions is held the third Saturday of the month, at 10:30 AM via Zoom.
In July and December the Tuesday evening monthly meeting is shortened for a a pot luck gathering of the board, local leaders, partners, and volunteers. We renew our belief that the community is the reason we work to build recreational centers.
The November meeting is the election for board members. In the December meeting the board positions are chosen. The January meeting is the swearing in and seating of the new board.
Map of Lake Los Angeles showing the boundaries of the Lighting and Landscape Act District 2 zone 45 .
Mission of the Lake Los Angeles Park Association
Per the LLAPA Bylaws, the Mission of the LLAPA is as follows:
LLAPA oversees a local property assessment fund (established under the Lighting and Landscape Act as District 2, Zone 45, “ LLAD2z45” ) benefitting Sorensen Community Regional Park in Lake Los Angeles . LLAPA works with governmental entities as well as corporate and nonprofit organizations to build capital projects and fund recreational activities in the Lake Los Angeles Area. LLAPA’s further mission is to preserve the natural and historical treasures of Los Angeles County’s Eastern Antelope Valley.
Duties of the Board of Directors
Per the LLAPA Bylaws,, the duties of the Board of Directors shall be to act as good faith agents of the LLAPA in the establishment, completion, improvement and maintenance of Sorensen Community Regional Park and any new Los Angeles County Parks that may become located within Lake Los Angeles.