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 is one of 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.

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Join the RCPOA team. Volunteer help wanted

Royal Canyon Property Owners Association (RCPOA) seeks an energetic and outgoing person to lead the association’s membership cultivation and development.

The Membership Chair volunteer position includes the following responsibilities:

  - Recruit membership through;,        new residents, and social media.

  - Coordinate the sending of direct mailings,            marketing materials, and email.

  - Recruit at events such as National Night Out,        Summer Social, and Annual Meeting.

  - Assemble and deliver Welcome Kit to new            neighbors.

  - Open to creating new and innovative ideas            that support and grow membership.

If you have an interest in this position and have the time and resources to contribute to this integral position, then we would love to hear from you.  Please send your interest and contact information to the attention of Beth Volpe, RCPOA President at

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Glendale 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 the base of Royal Blvd. and Old Phillips Road


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