Royal Canyon Property Owners Association (RCPOA) is comprised of 641 homes in Royal and Greenbriar Canyons. 

We are a membership association that was formed in 1969 and was Glendale's first neighborhood association. 

We have social, security and civic events yearly that unite our neighbors with an opportunity to socialize and get involved.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

Updated JULY 6, 2020

LA County moves toward sweeping new standards for swift and safe reopening, in alignment with state regulations
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COVID-19: Safer at Work and in the Community FAq

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The Federal Government, State of California and City of Los Angeles have launched comprehensive websites that highlight the steps you can take to stay healthy and the resources available to those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak


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RCPOA President's Message

In light of the recent guidelines and recommendations of the CDC, all Walking Group and Garden Group Events have been canceled until further notice.

HOUSING MARKET EXPECTED TO REMAIN STRONG INTO 2020


BECOME A MEMBER TODAY! 

Stay informed of all RCPOA events and neighborhood news by becoming a member! There's no better time to join then now! 


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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT MOVED TO OCTOBER

National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, National Night Out 2020 has been moved to October 6th, the first Tuesday in October. 

Upcoming events


WELCOME KITS FOR NEW NEIGHBOR

Just moving into our neighborhood?  Please email Alice for your Welcome Kit of coupons and discounts from our local businesses, and valuable City information.  

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SLOW STREETS PROGRAM

To assist in promoting social distancing, the City of Glendale has developed a temporary slow streets program to create more opportunities for residents to bicycle and walk. The program will promote social distancing by encouraging drivers to slow down and recognize that there are more pedestrians and cyclists using the right-of-way during this time.


Slow streets are not closed streets. Automobile traffic can still use the street, but motorists are reminded to slow down and be observant for pedestrians and cyclists as they practice social distancing.  The Slow Street in our neighborhood is on Royal Blvd.between upper Imperial and Old Phillips Road

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