About the Homeowners’ Association

The Bridle Path Homeowner's Association, Inc. (BPHOA) is the managing organization for the Bridle Path community. It was established in the 1976 and was the first HOA in Simi Valley. It is managed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected by the homeowners on an annual basis.
 

Present Board Members

PRESIDENT: Dan McCarty
daniel.mccarty@simivalleybridlepath.org
 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Garry Boswell

SECRETARY: Stephanie Bennett
steph@simivalleybridlepath.org

TREASURER: Dean Wageman
treasurer@simivalleybridlepath.org
 
ASSISTANT SECRETARY: Lindsey McGeorge
 

Run By Homeowner Volunteers

The BPHOA is run by members of the community who serve on the Board of Directors as volunteers. Their main functions are:
  • Ensure sound fiscal management and
  • Maintenance of equestrian facilities:  Arenas, Bridle Paths and Trails
  • Maintenance and stewardship of the Mountain Park
  • Architectural approvals for changes to landscaping, exterior of homes and infrastructure
  • Enforcing the Covenants Conditions Restrictions and Reservations (CC&Rs), Rules and Regulations
  • Handling other HOA business
  • Scheduling and managing community events
The Bridle Path Homeowner's Association is one of the least expensive Associations in California with dues currently at $84 per month.