Cheviot Hills is a beautiful and historic neighborhood of approximately 1,400 single family homes on the Westside of the City of Los Angeles. It was originally developed in the 1920s and, with its gently rolling hills, it was named after the Cheviot Hills range lying between England and Scotland. It is located near Beverly Hills, Westwood and Century City, in close proximity to recreation, shopping, cultural and major employment centers.
The Cheviot Hills Home Owners' Association is a non-profit, incorporated association whose purpose is to promote and maintain the quality of life in Cheviot Hills for the benefit of all who live here and to foster and encourage a spirit of good will among its members. The association exchanges information with its members and takes action when appropriate with regard to matters affecting the welfare of the community. The association's efforts to maintain the residential nature of Cheviot Hills are funded by voluntary annual dues.
The Cheviot Hills Home Owners' Association Board of Directors meets the first Thursday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Griffin Club at the corner of Motor and Manning Avenues. Residents are encouraged to attend if they have questions or concerns.
Monthly Board Meeting, 3/2/23
Our next board meeting will be held on Thursday, March 2nd; 7pm in the Wine Room at the Griffin Club. The agenda can be ...
February Board Meeting
Join us for the February Board Meeting on Thursday, February 2nd; 7pm at the Griffin Club (Cheviot Room). The agenda can ...
Food Scraps must now go in Green Bins
Senate Bill 1383 is a statewide mandate aiming to keep organic waste out of landfills and reducing greenhouse gas emissi ...