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Arroyo Seco Village Homeowners Association is located in Los Angeles, CA.  Comprised of 137 units, the Arroyo Seco Village offers a warm atmosphere with a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, recreation room, basket court, tot lot, coi pond and four common area bbq's.
 
We value your interest in our community. If you are a Homeowner of Arroyo Seco Village, please take the time to register on this web site so that you can access all parts of it and be included on our e-mail news communications. If you are a visitor, please enjoy the photos and links that are provided.
 
 
 
Your Board of Directors anticipates this site will serve our members well by:
 
 
Keeping homeowners informed concerning activities of the Association.
Improving communications between homeowners, the Board and Management Co.
Fostering a better understanding of the Boards work.
Facilitating the implementation of Association policies.
Providing convenient homeowner access to Rules, Policies and Procedures.
Improving and standardizing the implementation of the Rules and Policies.��
 

Published Books About Our Community:
 
1) "Highland Park" by Charles Fisher is an engaging history book about how H.P. was founded in the 1886 land boom in Southern California and is located between the Los Angeles and Pasadena area. Since its founding, H.P. has always had amazing architecture, cultural diversity, and a thriving art community.  http://www.amazon.com/Highland-Park-Images-America-California/dp/0738555703/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1383405412&sr=1-1&keywords=highland+park
 
 
 
2) "The Arroyo Seco" by Rick Thomas is an interesting book that explains how the arroyo's banks became a  primary transportation route as well as an appealing industrial area for local artists. There are eight museums and many additional attractions that make the Arroyo Seco a special place to live.  http://http://www.amazon.com/The-Arroyo-Seco-Images-America/dp/0738556084/ref=pd_bxgy_b_img_y