WELCOME to The Channel Islands Waterfront Homeowners Association
PLEASE help us get membership to 100% – talk to your neighbors and friends!
We have a new Beat 21 Officer!
Beat 21 is Oxnard’s beachfront community which encompasses the areas of Ventura Rd. west to the ocean from Channel Islands Road to Gonzales Road. This area is staffed by a beat team consisting of one sergeant, one senior police officer, one police officer, one community service officer, and one traffic officer. Other officers assigned to patrol work the area around-the-clock.
Officer Michael McManama – Beat 21 Coordinator
Officer Michael McManama
Oxnard PD Contact Information:
Oxnard crime data is posted on www.crimemapping.com, click below to leave the channelislandsca.com site and go to www.crimemapping.com site.
City Finance FY2016-17 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
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The Channel Islands Waterfront Homeowners Association is a volunteer organization composed of homeowners who reside within the Mandalay Bay portion of the Channel Islands harbor. There are approximately 700 single family homes within the Mandalay Bay. The Association’s primary mission is to serve as a liaison between the local government agencies and the homeowners. Over the years the Association has brought homeowners together and has been responsible for efforts to beautify, enhance, and protect the area.
Currently, our primary focus is to work with both the City of Oxnard and the County of Ventura to ensure the maintenance of our seawalls and the quality of the water within our harbor.
- Assessment of Assesment Districts (City of Oxnard)
- Where Has All The Maintenance Money Gone?
- Click here for more information about us!
Community communications is an essential aspect of the role of the HOA Board.
We are utilizing www.nextdoor.com as this service gives our members a private, online network called Nextdoor Mandalay Bay by which information unique to our community can be shared. On our Nextdoor site, neighbors can share community events, recommendations, items for sale/free, crime/safety concerns, ideas about how to make our neighborhood better, and more. It is also a vehicle by which the HOA Board can facilitate open dialogue between neighbors. It is a free service and we encourage you to try it out.