|The last map standing
COSTCO to join Westfield Shopping Center
October is National Crime Prevention Month
Westhills or West Hills
|News from around town
July 1 is the start of the fiscal year for WHOA and your
dues of $35.00 can be sent to our Treasurer:
6652 Daryn Drive
Westhills, CA 91307
|News In The Surrounding Communities
Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation: www.lvhf.org
Bell Canyon Association: www.bellcanyon.com
Calabasas Park Homeowners Association: www.mycpha.com
Canoga Park and West Hills Chamber of Commerce: www.cpwhchamber.org
Woodland Hills, Warner Center Neighborhood Council: www.whcouncil.com
|IRRIGATION IS NOW LIMITED TO TWICE PER WEEK
The action taken by the LVMWD Board includes:
- Irrigation with potable water is now limited to one day each week and that limitation will remain in place until further
notice. Service addresses ending in even numbers may irrigate Monday; addresses ending in odd numbers may
- Irrigation is limited to no more than 15 minutes per station or zone on designated watering days.
The new irrigation restrictions take effect immediately; enforcement will begin December 7, giving time for property
owners to adjust their irrigation systems. While LVMWD will continue to provide an initial warning letter for violations,
fines will escalate to $500 for repeated non-compliance.
Properties using recycled water may continue to irrigate on a three-time per week schedule, as that supply has not
been as impacted by the drought as potable water.
In a continuation of existing policy, potable water customers may continue to use drip irrigation or engage in hand-
watering on any day of the week without restrictions.
The new “One and Done” one day per week policy for potable water irrigation joins the list of conservation measures
already in place:
- No irrigation between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
- No irrigation in the 48 hours following rainfall.
- Hoses used for car washing must have a trigger nozzle.
- Irrigation may not run off the property into streets, gutters or onto adjacent properties.
- The washing down of sidewalks, parking areas and driveways is not permitted, unless an approved water broom is
- Fountains or water features must use a recirculating system.
- Hotels and motels must provide multi-night guests with the option to use towels and linens for more than one day.
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District provides potable water to residents of the cities of Agoura Hills, Calabasas,
Hidden Hills, Westlake Village and adjacent unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County including the Santa Monica
Mountains and Chatsworth. To learn more, visit www.lvmwd.com.
|At their November 24 meeting, the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
(LVMWD) Board of Directors adopted a new policy limiting potable water
irrigation to twice per week. The new action was taken because the District
has fallen below the State Water Resources Control Board mandate to
reduce usage by 36 percent or face significant financial penalties of up to
$10,000 per day.
|Westhills Homeowners Association Fund Raising To Fight Development Of Land Behind
|KEEP OUR WATER CLEAN: ECO-FRIENDLY CAR WASHING TIPS
|Water quality continues to be one of the most important environmental
concerns. Every individual can play his or her part to help keep our water
clean. One of the ways to ensure that our water remains free from toxins is
to wash your car the proper way. Many individuals overlook the fact that it
takes approximately 500 gallons of water to hand wash a car and that all of
that water is washed down our streets into local waterways. The easiest way
to ensure environmental protection is to take your car to a commercial car
wash where the waste water is discharged to a wastewater treatment
facility. However, if you choose to wash your car at home, keep in mind the
following suggestions to prevent additional toxic discharge into our creeks
Another option is to utilize one of the City of Calabasas permitted Mobile Car
Wash operators. The City ensures that all operators use appropriate
preventative measures whenever they are engaged in car washing activities.
For a complete list of permitted mobile car washing companies, please visit
|Westhills Hero of the Month
Jeffrey, a Daryn Dr. resident, while walking his dog down Kittridge on August 3rd smelled smoke and
saw some smoldering brush coming from the park. He tried to put it out but couldn’t so he called the
fire department and they extinguished the smoldering leaves. In this dry and hot season be alert and
aware of your surrounds, call 911 from a safe location in case of emergency. The community thanks
Jeffrey for his quick and attentive actions.
A Westhills neighbor on Vickiview recently had mail stolen from their home mail box. Please mail your
important bills and letters inside the post office.
The speed limit in the community is 25 MPH. Please watch your speed when going down the hill on
Julie Lane towards the park. You are approaching children at play.
Be alert for cars that are cruising our area. Several home robberies have occurred in our
Castle Peak Indian Park
The Castle Peak Hill is an Indian preserve and is restricted. The caves are home to bats and snakes.
No hiking is allowed as it is dangerous and a fire hazard. Please heed this warning.
|E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS
|The City of Calabasas organizes two free monthly electronic waste
collection events. On the first Saturday of the month (August 3, 2019), an
electronic waste collection will take place at the Albertson’s parking lot,
26521 Agoura Road (at Las Virgenes Road) in Calabasas from 10:00 a.
m. to 3:00 p.m. A second monthly electronic waste event will take place
on the 3rd Saturday of the month (August 17, 2019) in the Mulholland
Shopping Center parking lot at 23381 Mulholland Drive in Woodland Hills
from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Acceptable items include but are not limited
to CD players, laptops and personal computers, microwave ovens,
printers, radios, stereos, telephones, and VCR’s. For more information,
please contact the City of Calabasas Recycling and Solid Waste
Coordinator at (818) 224-1600.
|The Sun Sets Concert Series at Calabasas Lake concludes the season with
two exciting concert events this month. All concerts in the Sun Sets Concert
Series begin at 6:00 p.m., are free to the public, and are located on the
Greenbelt at Calabasas Lake with entrance at the Calabasas Tennis & Swim
Center (located at 23400 Park Sorrento). Free park and ride shuttle service
from the Calabasas Civic Center (100 Civic Center Way) will run from 4:30 p.
m. to 8:00 p.m. The concert series features field seating on grass and guests
are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs. There is limited fixed
seating available on a first come - first serve basis (kindly reserve for those in
need). Guests are welcome to bring a picnic or purchase light refreshments
at the site (cash only). Barbeques or other heating devices are not permitted.
August 25 at 6:00 p.m.
Back by popular demand! Spend a “Hot August Night” with an incredible
musical journey through 40 years of Neil Diamond’s greatest hits
For more information, please visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/sunsets.html.
|SUN SETS CONCERT SERIES: FINAL TWO CONCERTS THIS MONTH
|When: Saturday August 24th, 10A.M. to Noon
Where: 23537 Calabasas Road, on the grounds of Leonis Adobe Museum
Dress casual (closed toe shoes advised)
Dancing only $10.
No square dancing experience is necessary. All are welcome to come watch or dance.
|Square Dancing to Benefit Leonis Adobe Musuem