Hidden Hills is governed by two separate agencies, the City of Hidden Hills (City) and the Hidden Hills Community Association (HHCA). These two organizations have different managing boards, the City Council for the City and the Board of Directors for HHCA. Although the City and HHCA work closely on many projects, each has its own distinctive responsibilities.
The City’s main area of concern deals concerns the health, safety, and welfare of Hidden Hills residents. These areas include public safety (Sheriff, Emergency Preparedness), building & safety, and intergovernmental relations. HHCA oversees gate access, all infrastructure within the gates, and architectural standards. Recreation programs, with the exception of Fiesta, are run by HHCA. Please review the checklist below for a more comprehensive listing or City and HHCA responsibilities.
Hidden Hills City Hall
6165 Spring Valley Road
- City Council
- Public Safety
- Alarm Registration/False Alarms
- Building & Safety/Code Enforcement
- Storm water
- Recycling/Trash Service
- City Newsletter
- Animal Control
- Intergovernmental Relations/Legislation
Hidden Hills Community Association
24549 Long Valley Road
- HHCA Board of Directors
- Gate Access and Guards
- Address Signs/Mailboxes
- Architectural review and Standards
- Community Infrastructure
- Recreation Programs
- Round Up Newsletter
- Equestrian Services
Occasionally, a resident will express frustration with “getting the run around” when told by either agency that they cannot help them. Please know, both the City and HHCA are here to help and only want to get questions answered by the correct person.