Our beautiful neighborhood was the first primary area developed as part of a unique master-planned community with Westlake Lake and surrounding development. It was started by American-Hawaiian Steamship Company in the mid-1960s. At that time, the First Neighborhood and surrounding areas were part of the most extensively planned community development in the world. A model for other developments in this country and abroad, the First Neighborhood offers beautiful streets, parks, sub-streets and greenbelts together with the adjacent hills and lake to make an ideal environment for living and raising families.
The residents of the First Neighborhood, as in other neighborhoods in the area, are required to adhere to the goals and standards of the original planning, and to maintain the ambience of this master planned neighborhood. Homeowners are bound by Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) included with their property deed. After more than thirty-five years, the First Neighborhood is excellently maintained and remains one of the most desired places to live, anywhere!
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the pool open?
Due to COVID-19 the pool is temporarily re-opening by appointment only.
What are the pool hours?
Please visit to pool website at https://firstneighborhoodpoolreservations.getomnify.com/#!/schedules/
How do I rent the Community Center?
Call the office at (818) 889-0632 and print out the application form that is on-line.
How do I get approval from the architectural committee to make improvements to my home?
Print out the approval form and see the Architectural Committee Rules book. Both are available on-line.
How do I report problems on the greenbelt?
Call the office or the Greenbelt Chairman. See the Contact Us page of the website.
How do I report problems on the islands (medians)?
Contact the City of Westlake Village at (818) 706-1613.
How do I contact the property management company (The Emmons Company)?
Call (805) 413-1170 or write to 1 Boardwalk #102, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.
When are the First Neighborhood Board of Director’s meetings?
The second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom except August and December.
How do I participate in the Memorial Tree program?
Call Robin Hirsch at (818) 822-7091 and see the information about the program on the website.