Fire and Paramedic services in Palos Verdes Estates are provided by LA County and funded through a parcel tax which requires voter approval of Measure D in the upcoming March 7 general election. The PVE City Council appointed a Fire and Paramedic Funding Citizens Committee, which studied the issue and concluded that the parcel tax is an effective and equitable way to pay for the service, and that the service is provided at a lower cost relative to costs other local cities pay.
The LBHOA Board of Directors has endorsed the Citizens Committee recommendation for approval of Measure D, and encourages our members to become familiar with the issue. Please mark your calendar for a Feb 2 Forum hosted by the League of Women Voters. For more detailed information, please click here.
If you would like to add your name to the list of residents in favor of Measure D, please sign our petition here. We have enabled comments on the petition page, so, if you feel strongly about this issue, make your views known!
Lunada Bay celebrated the holiday season with one of our largest crowds ever! We’ve uploaded photos, so scroll through them below, or visit the LBHOA Flickr page.
LBHOA Revamps Website
We apologize for difficulties that you may have had recently viewing our site. Because of some technical issues with our old site, we found it necessary to rebuild our site. We hope that you enjoy this new format. If you have suggestions, concerns, or comments, feel free to drop us a note at email@example.com
The PVPLC has released their events for January. Check out their events here, or visit their website at http://www.pvplc.org/
We hope that you enjoyed the 2016 Concerts-in-the-Park Series. Your concert committee worked very hard to find great talent and organize the events so that our friends and neighbors could enjoy our community spirit. They were able to recruit Friend of Lunada Bay sponsors to help defray almost all the costs of putting on the events! Please click here to help us make next year’s series even better by completing the on-line survey!
LBHOA has been working with the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy and the city of PVE to launch a community supported effort to revitalize our bluff top landscape. To learn more about the Beautify Lunada Bay project, visit our new site and donate!