Welcome to Mont Calabasas

Your Homeowner’s Association


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ABOUT US

The Mont Calabasas Homeowners Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting our community in the neighborhood of Calabasas, California. We seek to help our community thrive, to provide forums where neighbors can meet neighbors, to advocate with our elected local and state officials, to work for general security and safety and to promote and protect the natural splendor with which Mont Calabasas is blessed. Above all, our intent is to bridge gaps and foster a feeling of community.


COMMUNITY INFORMATION                                                          

PMP Management
100 East Thousand Oaks Blvd #220
Thousand Oaks CA 91360
Phone: (805) 642-2400
Fax: (805) 824-0574

Community Manager:
Frank Jauregui
fjauregui@PMPmanage.com  

Office Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
LIVE Emergency After-Hours Service:      
805-642-2400

customerservice@PMPmanage.com 


Contact PMP Management or reference the
website for the following:

  • Ordering automobile transponders for the
    front gate and keys to the pedestrian gate

  • Report all common area maintenance and
    repair issues including irrigation system
    breaks and leaks and street light outages
  • Inquire about your billing account

  • Obtain the date, time and location of the
    monthly and annual Association meetings

  • Request copies of Association documents
    including CC&R’s, Rules and Regulations,
    Bylaws and Design Review Guidelines


  • Update your contact information


















MONT CALABASAS GUARD STATION
818-878-9096

Contact the guard station to:

    Clear guests and service providers into the community

    Report lost and found pets. Although the guards are not responsible for reuniting residents with their pets, they are often notified by homeowners when pets are lost or found in the community