What is Calabasas Park?

Calabasas Park Homeowners Association

The Calabasas Park Homeowners Association (CPHA) represents about 2800 homes in the city of Calabasas and is the master association for Calabasas Park. CPHA represents 17 sub-associations. In addition, the CPHA is the governing body for approximatley 400 homes located in and around the vicinity of Calabasas Lake.

CPHA is repsonsible for maintaining the beauty and security of Calabasas Lake and the park-like atmosphere that surrounds it. CPHA members are entitled to have access to the lake and over two miles of walking and jogging paths.

The only body of water in Calabasas, the Calabasas Lake is privately owned by the Calabasas Park Homeowners’ Association. To inquire about a lake pass, call (818) 907-6622 x219.

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Calabasas Area Info

It is generally accepted that Calabasas means pumpkin, squash, or gourd, derived from the Spanish “calabaza”. Some historians hold the theory that it is merely a translation of the Chumash word “calahoosa”, but since that also refers to some type of gourd, it only matters to linguists. Whatever the derivation of Calabasas, we’re proud of our unique name, and every October, the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce hosts a “Pumpkin Festival” to celebrate fall, the local wares and talents of Calabasas merchants, and of course, the pumpkin for which our colorful city was named.

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