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March 1, 2018-Community Meeting: Roosters
Feb 10th, 2018
In an effort to eliminate illlegal cockfighting, the Board of Supervisors introduced a motion for a proposed ordinance that would limit the number of roosters allowed in unicorporated LA County. Animal Care and Control staff will be available to hear comments, concerns, and suggestions. Meeting Details: March 1, 2018, 6-8 PM, Acton-Agua Dulce Library, 33792 Crown Valley Rd, Acton. read more

Town Council Incumbents Sworn In for Another Term
Dec 13th, 2017
At the December 13, 2017 meeting, Candy Clemente, Troy Fosberg, Mary Johnson, and Lou Vince were installed by Supervisor Barger's 5th District Deputy Rosalind Wayman for another 2 year term. read more

No Election Needed for Town Council
Nov 1st, 2017
All incumbents are unopposed and there will be no election. Candy Clemente, Troy Fosberg, Mary Johnson, and Lou Vince will be declared elected by acclamation for a 2-year term starting in December. read more

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Community Standards District Revision Committee

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March 4, 2014:  In effort to keep Agua Dulce rural and equestrian-friendly, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a revision to Agua Dulce's Community Standards District, part of the county’s Title 22 - Planning and Zoning of the Los Angeles County Code.  

Being part of Los Angeles County, a gigantic, urban, metropolitan county, Community Standards Districts allow small communities like Agua Dulce to establish their own development standards and set of regulations that protect and preserve their unique community characteristics.  The revised standards approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 4, 2014 will maintain low density development, minimize urban infrastructure, protect sensitive resources, maintain and enhance the pedestrian and equestrian trail system, and preserve the archeological, historical, agricultural, equestrian, cultural, and geologic features that are unique to Agua Dulce.  A special thanks to Supervisor Antonovich for supporting the community’s intent to strengthen the standards to maintain our distinctive rural character.  The community of Agua Dulce has been working on the revisions for many years, and the Agua Dulce Town Council is proud the new standards are finally in place for protection and preservation of our distinctive lifestyle.

Los Angeles County Code allows a community to implement special development standards to more closely control the growth and change within the community. These communities are called Community Standards Districts and their community standards supersede the general provisions of County Code. In 1985, the residents of Agua Dulce adopted a few broad standards and guidelines with the intent of protecting our unique environment.  
Our small town has experienced significant growth in the recent past from both individual and group development projects. The existing CSD document was written many years ago in order to provide broad guidelines for preserving the rural character of this community. Due to the ongoing need to maintain a balance between community growth and preservation of our rural lifestyle, the CSD has been reviewed and a revised draft created based on input gathered over the last ten years. Changes have been incorporated in the current CSD draft in order to formalize past recommendations and provide guidelines that effectively address the current development environment.  
The CSD Revision Committee appreciates your community participation and partnership in developing a final document. If you have questions, please contact either of the Co-Chairs of the Committee: Lorene Cangiano at or Mary Johnson at