October 21, 2022
Update 1: Legacy Partners Apartment Complex Proposal
Legacy Partners, the developer of the new apartment complex proposed on the northeast corner of Carson St. and Del Amo Circle, held an open house on September 29 to share information about the project and get feedback from the community.
February 11, 2022
Legacy Partners New Apartment Complex Proposal
On the corner of Del Amo Circle and Carson, a new 200-unit, 5-story apartment complex is being proposed by developer Legacy Partners. It is expected to be submitted to the City in February 2022.
The development would have a “suburban-urban” design meant to attract singles and couples with about 70% studios and one-bedroom units and 30% two-bedroom units. Its excellent location with close proximity to the mall and to many employers, along with its particular amenities (such as an average of 2.2 parking spaces per unit) will appeal to high-end renters.
January 10, 2022
Sign Petition to Bring Back Single-Family Zoning
Saturday, January 15th
1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Paradise Park (corner of Lee St. and Ellinwood Dr.)
Effective January 1st, the entire state of California lost single-family zoning due to the passage of Senate Bill 9. This means the single-family home next door to you may be replaced by a fourplex
with only four-foot setbacks.
The organization Our Neighborhood Voices is sponsoring a ballot measure to take back and keep local control of zoning. To get this measure on the November ballot, over one million signatures
need to be collected by April.
May 4, 2021
ACA 7 Support Letters Sent
Southwood HOA voting members overwhelmingly approved the sending of position letters supporting ACA 7 on behalf of the Association.
April 21, 2021
ACA 7 Support Letters Under Consideration
Southwood HOA voting members are being asked to approve the sending of position letters supporting ACA 7 on behalf of the Association.
March 10, 2021
SB 9 and SB 10Position Letters Sent to State Legislature
Southwood HOA voting members overwhelmingly approved the sending of position letters opposing Senate Bills 9 and 10 on behalf of the Association. The letters below were sent on March 10 through the official state portal which allows our organization to go on record as opposing the bills.