UPDATE: Our annual Old Agoura BBQ is not being held this year for your safety due to concerns over Covid 19. We are saddened that we can't celebrate our cowboy/cowgirl way of life all together. Most of us look forward to this all year! Oh, the food! Ah, the drinks! Seeing our neighbors and catching up! Sitting on hay bales and listening and dancing to live music! We are hopeful that we can get together soon. Since the BBQ is when we typically request annual dues, we will be doing that separately this year. For now, your homeowner's board wishes you a healthy and safe rest of the year. Please check  our website and Facebook page for any local updates.

FYI: Did you know that Old Agoura has an all volunteer homeowner's board that is looking out for the interests of our neighborhood? Up until March, we met once per month to discuss local issues, like the number of residential rehab houses we have, some air B & B houses in our neighborhood, planning commission issues, building and safety issues, design approval for new builds. We took a break from regular meetings to see how Covid would affect in person gatherings. Beginning last month and for the foreseeable future, we are meeting via Zoom. We care about our neighborhood and hope you do too! Please contact any board member listed on our site with any questions or local concerns you may have. We will try to get an answer for you in a timely fashion. 

We do not have a mandatory homeowner's association in Old Agoura. However, our lifestyle and neighborhood are constantly under pressure. Your involvement is important! Annual dues are encouraged and greatly appreciated. These funds are not-for-profit and are used to fulfill the mission of Old Agoura as well as maintain the website, purchase insurance, hire diverse consultants, and coordinate community activities.


If you have any questions regarding the Board's use of funds, please send an email to: 


Our Mission:  is to use direct action, alliances, partnerships, local citizen volunteers, and communications to strategically preserve, protect, enhance, and sometimes restore, the treasured wildlife and natural environment of our community and the City of Agoura Hills, for present and future generations