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About Us

The AHCCC is a state-of-the-art, 30,000 square foot facility that features: A gymnasium with tournament-level basketball, volleyball, badminton, and pickleball courts; A full-service fitness studio with treadmills, elipticals, free weights and strength training machines; A dance & exercise studio, home to over 50 weekly group exercise classes including muscle conditioning, yoga, pilates, cycling and Zumba; A 35 foot realistic indoor rock climbing wall; A stunning banquet facility available for private rentals but also converts into multi-purpose rooms that are used for recreational classes, camps, programs & special events

The AHCCC is a public facility nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains and is quite unique in how it was built and how it operates. The Center is an independent governmental agency that hosts it's own services while supplementing the two neighboring cities in their endeavors.

The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center is a facility owned and operated by the neighboring cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas via a joint powers authority.  The Community Center is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of delegates from both municipalities.  On November 8, 1994, Los Angeles County conveyed 4.52 acres of vacant land to the two cities for recreational uses.  Ground-breaking occurred on September 24, 1997.  Upon completion of construction, the Community Center was opened to the public on December 11, 1999.

Our Mission Statement

To be a leader in the communities by providing recreation, wellness, athletic and social experiences. Supporting the value of personal growth, our programs strive to offer the best opportunities for you. 

JPA Board of Directors

The AHCCC is governed by a JPA Board of Directors which consists of seven voting Members, and two non-voting Student Members. Authority Members and Alternate Members are appointed by the City Councils of Agoura Hills and Calabasas; while the seventh Member is reserved for the president of the Community Center Alliance. Two non-voting Student Board Members are appointed annually by the JPA Board of Directors.

  • James Bozajian, Chair
  • Deborah Klein Lopez, Vice-Chair
  • Jim Bukowski, Authority Member
  • Matt Heller, Authority Member
  • Lucy Martin, Authority Member
  • Jeffrey Peldon, Authority Member
  • Brad Rosenheim, Authority Member
  • Darlynn Childress, Alternate Member
  • Fred Gaines, Alternate Member
  • Cameron Hashemi, Alternate Member
  • Penny Sylvester, Alternate Member
  • Jerry Viner, Alternate Member
  • Illece Buckley Weber, Alternate Member
  • Andres Concha, Student Member
  • Ethan Pavone, Student Member
  • Kearston Stepenosky, Alternate Student Member 

Community Center Alliance

The Community Center Alliance, Inc. (CCA) is a public charity recognized under the Internal Revenue Service designation of 501(c)3, and is recognized by the State of California as a non-profit corporation. The vision of the CCA is to raise funds that maintain educational and athletic opportunities for our youth and special needs groups at the Community Center.

If you are interested in making a contribution, please contact the Executive Director, Brianne Anderson at 818-880-2993.

  • Matthew Heller, President

Staff

Overseen by the Executive Director, the Staff maintain the day-to-day operations of the Community Center. The Staff is divided into four main departments: Memberships, Rentals, Programs and Maintenance. Feel free to contact any of the full time staff members below with any questions or comments you have.