Preserving our rural lifestyle
Welcome to the Shadow Hills Property Owners Association website. We are a non-profit association of dedicated volunteer residents dedicated to preserving the rural community. SHPOA’s mission is to protect, preserve and promote our country lifestyle, safety, equestrian rights and property values. We are certified with the state of California and the IRS as a non-profit organization. We prioritize our activities based on input from you. We are often “first responders” on matters of concernto you. We have none of the required fees and enforcement powers of a typical HOA.
What We Do
Preserve Country Lifestyle
√ Fight for code enforcement to protect
√ Provide legal counsel and referrals
√ Expand trail system, open space and wildlife corridors
√ Support equestrians and equestrian organizations
√ Advocacy with government and law enforcement agencies
√ Assist families impacted by fires or other natural disasters
Protect Public Safety, the Environment and Property Values
√ Initiate Neighborhood Watch groups
√ Liaison to local police and fire departments
√ Assist animal health and care, including a microchip reader
√ Reduce speeding, unsafe driving and trash truck traffic
√ Community beautification and clean-ups
√ Partner with real estate community
√ Leading the fight to defeat the high speed train proposals
Promote Shadow Hills
√ Market unique lifestyle and real estate properties
√ Conduct SHPOA membership drives
√ Hold general member meetings with guest speakers, helpful information and entertainment
√ Bi-monthly newsletter
√ Daily email outreach and information
√ Website information
√ Special events and signage
SOME OF SHPOA'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS
SHPOA led the fight against SB 50 and AB 516 and successfully helped put these terrible pieces of pending legislation in limbo.
SHPOA worked with LAPD on a successful horse back task force resulting in 30 citations in less than 2 hours.
SHPOA was instrumental in securing Grocery Outlet to replace the shuttered Ralphs.
SHPOA’s Neighborhood Watch Program
Free Daily Fodder (daily email) information system keeping you informed.
SHPOA was instrumental in getting equestrian-safe crossings installed on Wentworth at Wheatland and Mary Bell.
Traffic/radar speed enforcement return on Sunland Blvd. due to SHPOA’s efforts
SHPOA partnered with our neighbors in Sunland-Tujunga to stop the Home Depot tenancy.
SHPOA’s maintenance of white horse rail fencing and removal of litter and graffiti (click here to report broken fencing; if car accident, please report license plate no. if possible).