The importance of preserving the character of the Arrowhead Woods has always been and continues to be the mission of the Arrowhead Woods Architectural Committee (AWAC). AWAC has a paid Executive Director, a paid inspector and a volunteer committee. With approximately 8,500 improved lots, the efforts to enforce the CC&Rs on every property has become increasingly more difficult with such a limited staff.
AWAC continues to use antiquated operating systems to keep track of property modifications. This system does not include a database with owner names, mailing addresses, email addresses or phone numbers. The cost to implement such a system is not within our budget. With the upcoming CC&R renewal (December 2025), it is important to reach every owner within Arrowhead Woods.
When AWAC began searching for a partner a few options came to mind, ALA or LACSD. ALA has staff members who only work at properties owned by ALA, not the entire Arrowhead Woods. ALA is an organization with a database of “members” within Arrowhead Woods which use the amenities of ALA. LACSD, on the other hand, has staff throughout the Arrowhead Woods area and has a current database of all owners within Arrowhead Woods.
The partnership of AWAC and LACSD will allow both entities to monitor the construction within Arrowhead Woods and ensure adequate water and sewer is being supplied to the property, monitor well permits, verify water and sewer connections, quickly identify easements for utilities to ensure no buildings, fences, etc. are built in the easements, identify construction without permits, and provide sustainability to AWAC.
AWAC and LACSD are in the preliminary stages of this concept. AWAC is not going away or abandoning the CC&Rs. Simply stated, AWAC is seeking a partner to ensure the sustainability of enforcement of the CC&Rs.