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Rolling Hills Community Association 
Rolling Hills is a gated, residential community on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California.  The Rolling Hills Community Association (RHCA) is the homeowners association for the City of Rolling Hills and shares the same boundaries as the City.
The community has just under 700 homes and covers an area of three square miles. Homes are single-family residences on lots of at least one acre. All homes are ranch-style in design and all lots are  zoned for keeping horses. 
Resident Log In:
If you are a resident and would like to log in to your property profile or manage your guest list, please click on the dwellingLIVE icon below. 
If you are a new resident or do not have a login ID or Password, please contact the RHCA during office hours at (310) 544-6222 or at  We will be happy to help you set up your profile or access your account. Open Monday through Thursday from 7:30AM - 4:45PM and Friday from 7:30AM - 12:00 Noon. 
~ News ~
Water Main Break - Main gate re-opened 5am Friday
Posted on Feb 8th, 2018 Comments (0)
Update: 5am Friday 2/9 - Main Gate and Portuguese Bend Road have been re-opened.
At 6pm a water main ruptured just inside the Main Gate on Portuguese Bend Road.  Due to concerns about the water undermining the road, Portuguese Bend Road is closed from the Main Gate to Middleridge Lane/Saddleback intersection.  Please use the Crest Gate and Eastfield Gate.  As of 8pm on 2/8/18 we do not know how long the road will be closed.  Thank you for your understanding.
Sign up for Cal Water Co. Text & Email Alerts
Posted on Jan 18th, 2018 Comments (0)
California Water is undertaking a project to install a new water line to improve water reliability on the Peninsula.  The project will be starting in Spring and will run through the rest of 2018.  The project includes closing one side of Palos Verdes Drive North for a 4-week period in July and August.  For more information and to sign up for e-mail alerts, visit 
Change to Pedestrian/Equestrian Entry policy
Posted on Dec 8th, 2017 Comments (0)
As of December 1, 2017, the RHCA's policy for non-resident equestrian and pedestrian entry is as follows:
For Equestrians:  Trail badges have been extended for non-resident equestrians until March 30, 2018.  At that time, equestrians must re-apply to obtain a new trail badge.  Riders who do not have a trail badge may enter if they are on a resident's guest list.
For Pedestrians: Trail badges will expire on December 1, 2017 for all non-resident pedestrians (hikers, runners).  As of December 1st, pedestrians must be on a resident's guest list to enter the community and to use the bridle trails.

~ Upcoming Events ~
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