FAQ: What distinguishes the Bluff  from Malaga Cove neighborhood?
Answer:  The Bluff Cove neighborhood begins oceanside just above the 500 block of Paseo del Mar and extends all the way to that street's re-entry point around a quarter mile south at its second PV Drive West intersection.
FAQ: Why does the Bluff Cove neighborhood have its own HOA?
Answer:  With Bluff Cove becoming PVE's top visitor attraction over the past decade, there has been a distinct influx of motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians.   Low helicopters also are unique to Bluff Cove's "front row."
FAQ:  Which Cove conditions does the BCHA seek to improve?
Answer:  With the influx of surfers, hikers and sunset admirers has come a significant increase in foot and car traffic, attendant noise and littering, as well as various illegal activities in and around the Cove itself.
FAQ:  Do I need to live in the described area to be a member of the BCHA?
Answer:  Yes, and we apologize to others.  There are neither dues nor required meetings.  Email jennifer@bluffcove.org, and you may become our 51st member!
FAQ:  Who are the BCHA's officers and members of any Board of Directors?
Answer:  Membership is strictly confidential.  As such, there shall be no public dissemination of such parties' identities.
FAQ: Why is BCHA membership confidential?
Answer:  The BCHA has opposed institutions of authority in Palos Verdes Estates (e.g., City Manager, City Council, Police Department).  Anonymity of members helps preclude those entities from engaging in acts of retribution (selective law enforcement), such as those committed by the PVEPD in March 2018 ahead of the Measure E vote.
FAQ:  What is the mailing address for the BCHA?
Answer:  The BCHA and associated Bluff Cove Homeowners Association Measure E Opposition Committee can be reached physically by sending mail to the following address:
2516 Via Tejon, Suite 102-953
Palos Verdes Estates, CA  90274
Palos Verdes Surf Club Bluff Cove 1930s