The following committees present opportunities for Rossmoor residents to participate in maintaining and enhancing the excellent quality of life we have in Rossmoor. This will only happen if you volunteer to serve your community. Please check off your area of interest on the application, even if you were not called upon last year, since the roll of volunteers can change frequently.
The following committees present opportunities for Rossmoor residents to participate in maintaining and enhancing the excellent quality of life we have in Rossmoor. This will only happen if you volunteer to serve your community. If there’s an area you’d like to assist in but is not listed below, please provide us your idea/thoughts by contacting us here. If you are available on an occasional basis to help/serve Rossmoor, let us know as well. There are tasks arise from time to time that require only temporary help. A committee chair or Director can then call to ask if you can assist during a specific time period for a specific need.
Since the needs of the RHA, the Rossmoor Community and rolls of volunteers can and does change frequently, please contact us and let us know your willingness to help even on an occasional basis
Board of Directors
RHA board members are elected annually and serve two-year terms. We organize community events, provide safety and security programs and information, work with community members and residents to identify issues of concern, and act to handle problems locally, and interface with Orange County government to protect our interests.
Publishes the quarterly Our Rossmoor magazine, and provides timely information to residents using the website, eNews Blasts and local news media.
Includes our Annual Rossmoor Community Festival held on the first Sunday in May for which there are a variety of opportunities to participate including areas of planning and coordination and day of event support. For more information contact us here. Volunteers are also needed for Candidate Night at election time, Fiction Writing Contest in the spring/early summer, and the Christmas Lights Celebration in December.
Provides information on the County’s Zoning Code and Property Maintenance Ordinance. Receives resident complaints and gives referral to appropriate County enforcement officials. Receives applications for Variances and Use-Permits from the County Planning Dept. and reviews/comments on those applications.
Addresses external issues that impact our community. Issues are often complex and continue over a period of time; examples include the 405/605 HOV Connector, CalTrans landscaping, the Old Ranch Town Center, and the Rossmoor Signature Wall.
Forms small neighborhood groups headed by a Block Captain to provide community safety. The committee chair maintains liaison with the Orange County Deputy Sheriff for the area. The Block Captains arrange for neighborhood meetings and provide information to alert residents of crime activity in the area. The committee also publishes articles in the newsletter and updates the RHA website with information and alerts.
Addresses issues relating to parking and traffic safety. This includes pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicle safety. With respect to the latter, we are especially concerned with enforcement involving the CHP and Orange County Sheriff, as well as signs, signals, and other measures to “calm” traffic speeds within the posted limits.
Wildlife Watch Team
The goal of the team is to educate residents regarding wildlife in Rossmoor; protect people (specifically children) and pets from harm. Coyotes are the primary predator and chief concern.