New permit parking restrictions are currently being voted on by residents of the Hollywood Sign neighborhood. Please be extra careful about where you park when viewing the Sign and remember to never block the road while trying to snap a photo of the Hollywood Sign. Please visit our Seeing the Sign page for more information about viewpoints and hikes that have lots of parking options available.
Hollywood’s most famous mountain lion P-22 is considering a name change. Contests have launched around the city to find the best new name for this fantastic beast. Click here for more information.
The Hollywood Sign‘s popularity is still on the rise as the City explores different options to manage traffic. Until April 12th, they are reopening Mt. Hollywood Dr. to help alleviate Griffith Observatory parking. The Hollywood Sign shuttle will not be running while this experience goes on. It will resume its normal schedule after the 12th.
Our new website has launched! Check out the new and improved look!
Award Season is upon us! Check out all your favorite movies, stars and of course the Sign in your favorite movies, television and video games.
The Beachwood Canyon trail is set to reopen. Click here for the LA Times announcement.
Last chance to grab the Hollywood Sign shuttle before the end of the year! Hit up this popular attraction on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets and information available here.
The Hollywood Sign has joined twitter! Follow for regular updates from the timeless movie star/Sign here.
The Hollywood Sign girl Peg Entwistle is finally getting her day on the big screen. The 1930’s actress who famously committed suicide by jumping off the H of the Hollywood Sign, depressed by a failing film career, will be getting her own bio-pic. Click here for more information on the film and click here for a history of Peg Entwistle.
According to Variety, California legislative leaders and Gov. Jerry Brown announced a deal on Wednesday to extend and expand California’s movie and TV tax credit, more than tripling its size to $330 million annually For more information about the program, click here.