Frequently Asked Questions


All persons who are owners or occupants of single-family residences or a separate residence in a condominium project or planned development that is subject to the California Davis-Sterling Common Interest Development Act ("qualified residence"), excluding associations and their related issues, are eligible for membership. 

Qualified residences must be located north of San Vicente Boulevard, west of the 405 freeway and east of Canyon View Drive.  Our coverage does not include the Brentwood Glen, just adjacent to the 405, or Crestwood Hills, a pocket of homes near Crestwood Park.
The simplest way to find out if you are in BHA territory is to contact us via email, or find your residence within the boundaries on this map
A lot!  BHA represents our community with respect to local development and construction, traffic concerns, utility installations, city service allocations and a host of other daily homeowner issues.
No.  That would be unreasonable and unrealistic.  BHA strives to work with developers to insure they understand the needs and desires of the community, while respecting their rights and investments.  One of BHA’s main goals is to preserve R1 zoning and compliance with the San Vicente Scenic Corridor Specific Plan.  BHA also reviews plans, environmental impact reports and other pertinent information and determines if they are consistent with the needs of our Brentwood neighborhoods.
No.  We work with surrounding communities and their respective representatives when we feel the residents and our neighborhood might be impacted.
Yes, we encourage it.  We hold meetings the third Tuesday of each month to discuss current issues.  We like the input of our members and residents, since it’s you we are representing.  Frequently, homeowners will attend meetings and voice their concerns about an issue that’s important to them.  If more involvement is desired, you can speak to a member of our Board or email us.