Property Owners Association, Inc.
MKPOA, P.O. Box 1307
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Telephone: 310 454-7678
This is a very family-friendly neighborhood within Pacific Palisades with spectacular views, congenial neighbors, excellent schools, and well cared for homes and streets; some say it is the next best thing to paradise.
PURPOSE AND MEMBERSHIP:
The purpose of MKPOA is to promote and encourage the preservation of the beauty and healthful environment of the residential and business subdivisions located in the Marquez Knolls area of Pacific Palisades, California by informative, educational, mediative, and other lawful activities for the benefit of members of this community. Membership is open to residences and/or business with an address within the boundaries of Marquez Knolls.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
As Directors of the corporation, the Board shall have the authority to represent the Marquez Knolls Property Owners Association in all issues including but not limited to: CC&R enforcement; developments affecting the community; variances, traffic; public health and safety; and crime prevention. The Board shall have the authority to interact with other community entities, including the City of Los Angeles, the Pacific Palisades Community Council, Chamber of Commerce, Design Review Board, Hillside and Canyon Federation, PPRA and other Homeowners Associations.
The Marquez Knolls Property Owners Association (MKPOA), Inc. is a non-profit corporation originally formed decades ago to receive enforcement powers from the “Lachman developers” of the Marquez Knolls residential tracts under recorded Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R) applicable to the numerous “Lachman tracts” in the Marquez Knolls community. On October 25, 1994, the developers of these properties (declarants) in the Marquez Knolls area granted, assigned, and transferred to MKPOA, all judgment and enforcement rights and powers retained or reserved by the developers under the provisions of the CC&Rs pertaining to those properties. Since then, MKPOA has expanded its boundaries to include areas other than “Lachman tracts” to assist residents in the Marquez Knolls community at large with neighborhood issues and concerns.