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NOVEMBER 19, 2022


Over the last few months, the AHCCC JPA Board has approved agreements with both the City of Calabasas and contractor AME to begin the much needed repairs on the roof.  The City of Calabasas will be taking the lead on the renovation project which is scheduled to begin now.  There is no set date to reopen the facility at this time, due to the timeline of the project.  The JPA Board is hoping to see a reopening in early Spring and will continue to update the community on the renovation.

On behalf of the JPA Board, we would like to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!  The JPA Board is very thankful for its community, members, and supporters!

August 23, 2022


Please email for questions or any information needed prior to the JPA Board Meeting this Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. 

July 26, 2022


The AHCCC is about to undergo a major roof repair, after receiving grant funding from Supervisor Kuehl's Office through the Regional Park and Open Space District's Measure A program.  The City of Calabasas will be spearheading the renovation project, kicking off this month by going out to bid for the work.  The AHCCC JPA, along with both the cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas, hope to see the facility reopen later this Fall, although no reopening date has been set.  The reopening date will depend on how quickly the roof can be repaired.  This repair is the first of many upgrades, repairs, and replacements that will be completed, all as a result of the grant funding that the AHCCC recently received. 

Pleas continue to check this website for updates on when the AHCCC will reopen!

March 28, 2022


The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, which has been closed since March 2020, has received funding for repairs that will help reach a projected reopening date of late Fall 2022. The Community Center has been allocated a $1 million federal grant as part of a Community Project Funding package that Congressman Ted Lieu requested for 10 projects in California’s 33rd Congressional District. Additionally, Los Angeles County, along with Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, have committed an additional $1.01 million in grants toward the cost of the roof repair using a combination of Measure A and Prop A funds.  The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center Joint Powers Authority Boardmembers will continue to work with City Staff on applying the funding to much needed repairs and maintenance, but pause to comment on the good news!

“I am incredibly grateful to Congressman Lieu and Supervisor Kuehl for their support of the AHCCC. This much-needed infusion of funds will ensure that we can continue on as a crucial resource for our community, from fitness and celebrations to being a hub for voting and emergency services.”  -Deborah Lopez, Agoura Hills Mayor, Chair

“We are excited and very grateful to receive these substantial grants.  The facility is in need of essential renovations, and we are hopeful the grants will allow us to re-open to the public later this year.”  -James Bozajian, Calabasas Councilmember, Vice-Chair

I am so appreciative of Congressman Liu’s efforts in obtaining the $1M federal earmark for the essential repairs and upgrades to the AHCCC and to Supervisor Kuehl for her equal support in allocating over $1M through Los Angeles County, Prop A.  The AHCCC is a community asset that warrants this important investment in public funds.  Funds that will allow the center to serve the Agoura Hills and Calabasas communities for decades to come.  I also want to express my deep appreciation to Directors of Community Services, Amy Brink (AH) and Erica Green (C), as well as City Managers Nathan Hamburger and Kindon Meik for their diligence in pursuing these essential funds.  Brad Rosenheim, Boardmember

"Our Community Center has received vital funding to make extensive repairs and upgrades and enable us to return to our mission of providing exceptional recreation, wellness, athletic and social opportunities for our communities."  – Jim Bukowksi, Boardmember

"I was thrilled to hear the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center was going to receive the needed funding, to enable the center to begin work on the needed repairs and plan for the reopening. The pandemic and regulations put us out of business and was a big blow to those who used the Community Center. Soon we will be able to serve our friends and neighbors once again." - Jerry Viner, Boardmember

“The Agoura Hills, Calabasas Community Center has long been an important gathering spot for residents in our area.  From basketball leagues to birthday parties, AHCCC has functioned as a gathering point for our community where people have exercised, trained, played and celebrated for 20 years.  The Covid-19 pandemic has hit everyone hard, however thanks to the tireless work of Congressman Ted Lieu and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, AHCCC will soon once again be able to reopen its doors.  All of us affiliated with the Center are so excited about this critical infusion of funds and being able to utilize these resources to repair and update the building.  Personally I can’t wait to see families attend the St. Patrick’s Day event, Trunk or Treat and other celebrations once again.”  Matt Heller, President, Community Center Alliance, Boardmember

We are so grateful to Congressman Lieu for including a $1 million federal grant in the Community Project Funding and to Supervisor Kuehl for allocating another $1M through a combination of Measure A and Prop A funds. With these funds available to address the aging infrastructure, we are excited to envision the reopening of the Agoura Hills Calabasas Community Center later this year. We are committed to shaping a financially sound operation and hopeful that the community will help us program a vibrant gathering place for our residents and neighbors.  -Peter Kraut, Calabasas Councilmember, Alternate Boardmember

Please continue to check this website for updates on the progress that the cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas are making towards the reopening.

JANUARY 21, 2022

Happy New Year to you!  Thank you for continuing to support the AHCCC.  While the AHCCC remains CLOSED at this time, the cities are working hard to establish a re-opening.  Please keep checking the website for updates!

OCTOBER 12, 2021

THANK YOU to those of you who continue to reach out to the AHCCC inquiring about when the facility will reopen!  At this time, the AHCCC remains closed while the JPA Board of Directors work with the cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas to establish a reopening plan.  Planning for a reopening, the JPA Board faces many challenges including financial, maintenance, and staffing issues. If you have any questions regarding the AHCCC, please feel free to email  Again, thank you to the community for their support!

AUGUST 9, 2021

The AHCCC is still CLOSED at this time.  It is not accepting reservations, registrations, memberships, or drop-ins uses at this time.  Please do not attempt to register for a program, sign-up for a membership, or create a reservation. There is no set date for reopening at this time.  Please keep checking this website for updates. 

JUNE 21, 2021

On June 21, 2021, the State lifted many restrictions that were put in place to deal with the COVID-19 crisis. Although these restrictions were lifted, the AHCCC remains CLOSED at this time. The JPA Board of Directors continues to work through the financial challenges that the crisis brought with it.  The City of Calabasas recently announced its plans to begin some much-needed maintenance and repair work on the roof.  This work will take several months, which will delay a potential reopening even further.  Please continue to check here for updates on the future reopening of the AHCCC.

MAY 24, 2021

Although restrictions begin to be lifted in LA County and throughout the State, the AHCCC continues to be closed to the public. The AHCCC JPA Board of Directors is currently working through a reopening plan and hopes to have updates shortly.   

May 7, 2021

The AHCCC hosted the FOUR Cities Vaccine Clinic today, in cooperation with Albertsons Pharmacy.  It was a two-dose clinic that provided almost 2,000 vaccinations for local community members!  Thank you to all the volunteers and city staff who helped in the effort!

February 1, 2021

The Private Coivd-19 Testing site has completed its use of the facility. The Community center continues to be closed to the public. As of February 12, 2021 the Community Center will no longer have any staff. However, the Center will still be cared for and e-mails will be answered weekly. Please contact

Please continue to check our website for updates on the status of the Community Center and its future.

January 6, 2020

The Agoura Hills/ Calabasas Community Center continues to be closed due to health regulations. At this time, we do not have a date for when or how we will be able to resume operations. We appreciate your patience and hope to be able to serve you again in 2021. Memberships continue to be on hold and we are not able to take any deposits for future events or programs at this time. 

December 11, 2020

It seems like a lifetime ago that we celebrated our 20th anniversary, yet, today on our 21st anniversary things are so different. We have had to remain shuttered since March 14, 2020 and still do not know when, if, and how Community Centers will be allowed to reopen. This is the season of hope and togetherness and I truly hope that this message sees you safe and able to celebrate the season in new and special ways. Thank you for being a part of our journey in this crazy year and keep the hope alive for us to be able to open again soon.   

November 17, 2020

To our trusted members, business partners, instructors, and participants:

I hope that this message finds you and your families safe during these crazy times. I can truly say we miss having you at our facility. We have some sad news, during our closure the Community Center has had to deplete its savings. In all truth, we may not be able to return without some significant support from the Community. As most of you know, L.A. County continues to be in the most restrictive category for reopening and with numbers surging, places like ours are on the last list to reopen. When facilities have been reopened in other parts of the state and country, they look very different. Smaller numbers, limited use and hours, no group gatherings, limited staffing, increased maintenance and supplies are just some of the major changes we will be facing. As a large facility and one that is almost 21 years old, there continues to be capital improvement items that need to be addressed and we need a strong funding base to be able to offset costs if we are able to reopen.

As you may know Giving Tuesday is coming up on December 1, 2020 this year. Our non-profit arm has set up a donation button on our website if you are interested in “Supporting the Center” during these tumultuous times. The Community Center Alliance would like to remind everyone that there is no limit on charitable giving during 2020. Please note that donations to the cause unfortunately cannot guarantee that we will be able to reopen. The CCA encourages you to give if you are able to and want to support the center. Please click here for the donation button.

In closing, this is a time of year is for being thankful and I want to thank you all for your patronage, your friendships, your smiles, the community and its strong spirit, the league and class participants, and our members for allowing the Community Center to be a large part of your lives for the past twenty years. It has been the Community Center’s honor and pleasure to serve you and I do hope that we will be able to do so again in the future.

Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season!


Brianne Anderson

Executive Director, AHCCC

Community Connections

During the temporary closure of the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, the JPA Board of Directors, with the two cities and Center staff is currently working on a new business plan and restructure of the Center. The Board is seeking public input and feedback regarding the Center and its purpose in 2021 and beyond. Please send your comments and ideas to Executive Director Brianne Anderson at The non-profit arm, the Community Center Alliance is looking for new members to revitalize and work on fundraising strategies for the Community Center moving forward. If you are interested in becoming a part of this new chapter or are interested in making a financial contribution to support the Center, please reach out to the Executive Director at and she can connect you with  the CCA. The Board looks forward to serving the community again and hearing from its members, residents, and site visitors. We still have some refund checks that have not been cashed, we kindly ask that you cash them at your earliest convenience.


Though our doors are closed right now, there are still many virtual programs (some are free and some are fee based). We reached out to our vendors to help connect you with them so that you can still have some of the amazing services that they offer.

Please reach out to the contact information provided to connect with some of your favorite instructors. Please note that both the City of Agoura Hills and the City of Calabasas are also offering virtual programming for a fee during this time. Please click on either city name to view and register for with their virtual programming.

Zini Joshi with  BollyX: You can also follow her on Instagram for updates on online classes: @zinijoshi or connect with Facebook at "Zini Joshi" She is currently offering free BollyX classes. 

Ann Monahan 818 421 5159 is teaching Zoom classes- contact her to find out where and when. 
Missy Andrews:
Trissa She is doing senior fitness and pilates through ZOOM right now. 

Chandra Gero: offering online yoga.

Patrice Jones: Offering online classes through ZOOM. 818-404-9142

Gaylene Cascione: Adult Dance Zoom... please click here.

MAY 22, 2020

Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center To Temporarily Close with an Anticipated Re-Opening in January 2021  

The Board of Directors of the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center Joint Powers Authority met on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 6:30 pm to discuss the financial status of the Community Center and the potential for an extended temporary closure. After reviewing the Center’s major losses during the COVID-19 Pandemic and the liabilities that the Center will be responsible for in the next six months, the Board made the terribly hard decision to temporarily shut down operations as of June 1, 2020, with an anticipated re-opening in January 2021. Regularly scheduled programs will not be held during the temporary closure; however, the Center is working on alternate solutions for all programs and will keep the participants and the public updated as these decisions are made. The JPA Board of Directors wants to make sure that the community is aware that this measure was not taken lightly and was approved with the hope of seeing the Center fully operational in the future. It has been a wonderful asset to the community over the past 20 years, and the Board is fighting to make sure that it will continue to be so despite the financial hardships it has undergone.

During the time that the Center doors are closed, the JPA Board of Directors, the Executive Director, and the two cities will work together to revitalize the Center with a plan that is sustainable and best serves the communities’ current and future needs. The JPA Board of Directors and staff want the community to be involved in this process and are looking for the community to share ideas, programs, and needs with the Board to help them make sure that the Center can remain a vital piece of the community. Please reach out to Brianne Anderson, Executive Director at to share comments regarding the Center in 2021 and beyond. Please make sure to follow our website and social media for meeting updates and additional opportunities to get involved in the process.

Refunds continue to be issued for any pending events, programs, memberships, camps, and security deposits. Memberships will continue to be placed on hold during this time and no charges will be made for anyone in our system.

For specific questions you may have regarding the temporary closure or if you would like to support the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center during this time, please reach out to the Executive Director at Community members may also visit the Center’s website at for meeting and status updates.

COVID-19 Resources for the Community 

L.A. County Health has shared some valuable information regarding the most up to date information:

Beware of scams, false news and hoaxes surrounding novel coronavirus. Accurate information, including announcements of new cases in LA County, will always be distributed by Public Health through press releases, social media, and our website.

The website has more information on COVID-19 including FAQs, infographics and a guide to coping with stress, as well as tips on handwashing.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH, County)

Social media: @lapublichealth

The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Access Center 24/7 Helpline (800) 854- 7771.

Center for Disease Control 

City of Agoura Hills Information

City of Calabasas Information




Community Connect Blog

In this crazy year, what does it mean to be thankful?

November 16, 2020

This year continues to be a struggle for all of us. With most of the state back into the strictest tier, many businesses closing their doors again, small businesses continuing to struggle or close permanently, schools reopening and some being delayed, and our holidays continuing…

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It is ok to not be ok during these times.

Times are tough right now. The glimmer of hope of reopening has dimmed a little more, jobs and many businesses have shut down again, schools are going virtual only for the time being, cases are increasing instead of flattening, and virtual everything seems to be the new normal. I am often asked when…

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Gyms are reopening, why is the Community Center still closed?

We are receiving this question a lot lately so I thought I would put a little reminder that the temporary closure of the center was a very difficult decision made by the JPA Board of Directors due to the financial situation that the Center is in. Like many businesses that were hit hard due to the CO…

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Tips for "Staying At Home"

How to prepare your home for COVID-19

The AHCCC will be posting links to activities and tips on staying healthy both physically and mentally during this time; activities to do at home with and without children; tips from the business community; how to assist your neighbors from afar; and more. You may also follow us on our social media for some chances to socially interact without putting anyone at risk. As we have been doing these since 3/24/2020 and our tips are getting long, we have reactivated our blog so that you may view each day or previous days by visiting our blog on the link above.