Welcome to the Brentwood Hills Homeowners Association home page. The purpose of this site is to provide our local homeowners with information relevant to the community as well as easy access to our association. Regular BHHA board meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of each month and are always open to members. If you live in Brentwood Hills we invite you to join us and please sign-up for our communityupdate e-mail list.
You are invited to attend a Community Forum on Feb 16, 7pm at the University Synagogue in Brentwood, to meet the candidates running for City Council District 11, and hear them discuss their positions on the issues that matter most to our communities..
We are planning for a 1 hour and 15 min open forum / debate, followed by a meet & greet with the candidates. While we anticipate the majority of attendees will be from Brentwood and Pacific Palisades, anyone from CD11 is welcome (photo ID and free Eventbrite “registration” required)..
• Land Use / Development
• Mobility (bike lanes, expo, etc)
• Affordable Housing
• Homeless Solutions
• Police / Safety
• Infrastructure (DWP)
• Major initiatives on the March ballot.
We know it’s important to the residents of Brentwood and the Palisades that the location be as convenient as possible, and we want an open forum held early enough in the process to inform those who may be voting by mail..
It’s imperative that you make your voice heard and cast your vote in this election. Let’s break records with voter turnout! Mark your calendars and join us for an evening of community and intelligent conversation. Advance registration (free) is required in order to accommodate everyone..
The Brentwood Hills Homeowners Association Annual Party 2016 was another great success. Thank you to all who attended, thank you to the volunteers who helped, thank you to the board members that made it happen and especially thank you to the Mandels for once again generously hosting.
Brentwood Hills property is in the Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone!
Every parcel located anywhere in Mandeville north of Sunset is in the VHFHSZ. That is every parcel, without exception. Anyone smoking anywhere outdoors in the canyon violates the no smoking / no fire ordinance, even if right at the corner of MCR and Sunset.
ZIMAS – Zoning Information and Maps Access System