The Huntington Palisades Property Owners Corporation Ltd. (“HPPOC”) was established as a non-profit co-operative corporation on March 3, 1930. The purpose of the HPPOC is to promote and protect the interests of Huntington Palisades’ residents and to enforce the covenants, conditions and restrictions (“CC&R’s), first recorded in the 1920’s and restated and amended at various times over the years. The CC&R’s regulate construction and other matters affecting the Huntington Palisades’ community. They require that a homeowner submit plans and obtain approval of them by the HPPOC before beginning most demolition, constructing or remodeling projects. General standards for approval of such projects are set forth in the HPPOC’s Architectural Guidelines.
Membership in the HPPOC is mandatory for the owners of all of the approximately 477 homes within the boundaries of the HPPOC. These homes fall within the boundaries of Alma Real Dr. (to 832); Almoloya Dr.; Altata Dr.; Alva Dr.; Camarosa Dr.; Chapala Dr.; Chautauqua Blvd (400-692); Corona del Mar; El Cerco Dr.; Frontera Dr.; La Cumbre Dr.; Ocampo Dr.; Pampas Ricas Bl.; Ramos Pl.; Sunset Bl. (14748-15050, south side only); and Toyopa Dr. (Tract No. 9377, 6753 and 12188 in Los Angeles County).
Annual dues (assessments) are mandatory and are issued in February covering the fiscal year beginning the previous January. Annual dues, which may be increased by the Board of Directors every year, are assessed by lot size and square footage. Special Assessment fees may be imposed and included with Annual Assessments and may be necessary if the Board finds that the annual assessments are insufficient to cover necessary costs.
Board members are elected for three year terms at the Annual Meeting held in February. Anyone who is interested in serving on the Board should contact the HPPOC Office or talk to any member of the Board. Board Meetings are generally held monthly and they are scheduled more or less frequently depending on the issues at hand. Residents are welcome to attend the monthly Board Meetings.
The Association is managed professionally by FirstService Residential. Our Community Manager contact information is on the Welcome page of this website. Questions regarding landscaping, construction, the Huntington Park on Corona Del Mar and other issues should first be brought to the community manager’s attention. Please do not hesitate to call or send an email with your issues and concerns.