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RHA Committees & Descriptions

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 role 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 with your ideas/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 that 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 do 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 work to create “unity in the commUNITY” within Rossmoor by communicating and working with our members, other residents, the various districts (Rossmoor Community Services District, Los Alamitos Unified School District, Orange County Mosquito & Vector Control District,   Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Sewer District, etc.),  and the governmental agencies that have jurisdiction in and around Rossmoor (our “mayor” the Supervisor of Orange County District 1, OC Sheriff’s Department, OC Fire Authority, Los  Alamitos, Seal Beach, etc.).

We plan and or sponsor community events, provide safety/security programs and information, work with community members and residents to identify issues of concern,  and interface with the various parts of the County of Orange to both express our needs and protect our interests.


The Communications Team manages the content on this website (OurRossmoor.com), our email list, and our social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube) providing timely and relevant information to Rossmoor Residents. The Communications Team also publishes the annual Our Rossmoor print magazine that is mailed to both member and non-member residents of Rossmoor.

Community Engagement

Builds relationships with governmental representatives, districts, agencies, and organizations to help address external issues that impact our community. The elected officials that we primarily work with include our Orange County District 1 Supervisor, our State Assembly District 70 Representative,  our State Senator for District 36, and our US Congressional Representative for the 45th District. 

We work with various the various districts that provide services to the Rossmoor Community, including:

          • The Rossmoor Community Services District (RCSD), maintains our parks and parkway trees, provides our recreation and park programs, manages our street sweeping contract, and pays for our street lighting.
          • The Los Alamitos Unified School District. which provides our state and nationally-recognized schools and educational programs for our youth. Four of the six elementary schools in the district are located within Rossmoor.
          • The Rossmoor/Los Alamitos Sewer District maintains our sewer system.

We are also members of and work with both the Los Alamitos and Seal Beach Chambers of Commerce.

We also connect with the OC Sheriff’s North District Captain, the OCFA Chief covering our area, the Joint Forces Training Base (JFTB) in Los Alamitos, CalTrans, Golden State Water Company, Orange County Public Works (Roads, sidewalks, storm channels, and signage all are managed by OCPW) and the OCTA.

While some issues facing Rossmoor are short-lived and are resolved quickly, others are much more 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.

Online Communications

Our online communications team creates the content and management for the website, our neighborhood informational email newsletters, and our various social media properties.

Community Events

Our Events Team organizes events, activities, and contests throughout the year. These include the RHA Graduation Parade each June,  Christmas Lights Celebration each December,  photo contests, our participation in the various park events each spring and summer, scavenger hunts, etc. We always seek new and fun ideas to bring Rossmoor together as a community.

Neighborhood Watch

Forms small neighborhood groups headed by a Block Captain to provide community safety.  The committee chair maintains a 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.


The RHA works to address issues relating to parking and traffic safety.  This includes pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicle safety.  With respect to the latter, we are primarily 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. 

Our Sponsors

Our Sponsors help us to fund the programs and events that we put on for you, our neighbors. As a community group, we depend on your membership and our sponsors for our budget.

Please support our sponsors and thank them for supporting Rossmoor and the RHA

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