Local Poison Free HOA's, Businesses

Cities that have passed Resolutions against rodent poisons and do not use them on city-owned properties including buildings and parks.


 

·      Agoura Hills 2014. Louis Celaya, Deputy City Manager, (818) 597-7314lcelaya@ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

·      Calabasas 2013. Alex Frassati, Environmental Services Supervisor, (818) 224-1680afarassati@cityofcalabasas.com

·      Camarillo 2017, Roger Pichardo, Management Analyst, (805) 388-5392rpichardo@cityofcamarillo.org

·      Hidden Hills 2014

·      Malibu 2013. Craig George, Environmental Sustainability Director, (310) 456-2489, CGeorge@malibucity.org. The city adopted a  

       pesticide free policy including herbicides and insecticides also. 

·      Moorpark 2013

·      Ojai 2014

·      Simi Valley 2015

·      Thousand Oaks 2015

       Westlake Village 2014


 

City of Irvine 2016. Removed all rodent poisons, insecticides, and herbicides and replaced them with organic choices. See http://www.justirvine.com/tag/city-of-irvine/

Examples of Schools

·      Oak Park Unified School District. 6 schools. Adopted a pesticide free policy, June 2016. They removed all bait boxes. 

·      Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District. Banned anticoagulant rodenticides 2016

·      Pepperdine University, Malibu. Saving about $14,940 per year. Also stopped using herbicides and insecticides. 

 

Examples of Homeowner Associations

 

·      Rockpointe Homeowners Association, Chatsworth. 739 units. 

·      Liberty Canyon Homeowners Association, Agoura Hills. Saving about $9880 per year.

·      Dos Vientos Homeowners Association, Newbury Park. Gave up rodenticides the 2nd half of 2015. Now saving about $40,000 per year. 

       

·      Camarillo Springs Homeowners Association, Camarillo

·      Meadow Ridge Town Homes, Agoura Hills

  ·     Rondell Homeowners Association, Agoura Hills. 

        Portico Townhomes, Malibu. 

 

Examples of Shopping Centers and Restaurants in Malibu

·      Malibu Village (including 4 restaurants)

·      Trancas Country Mart (including supermarket and 1 restaurant)

·      Zuma Beach Plaza (including food market and 1 restaurant)

·      Point Dume Village (including supermarket and 5 restaurants), 

·      Malibu Country Mart (including 10 restaurants)

       More Restaurants: 

       Nobu (310) 317-9140), 

        V’s (310) 456-3828,

        Cholada Thai (310) 317-0025

P.O. Box  8924

Calabasas, CA 91302

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