The Homestead Valley Community Council is the representative body to lawmakers for the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County defined by the communities of: Flamingo Heights, Johnson Valley, Landers, and Yucca Mesa.
Many years ago these communities were involved in difficulties regarding water rights and delivery, and as a result each community banded together via their respective community centers and improvement associations to form the Homestead Valley Community Council (HVCC).
Each community appoints delegates to serve on the council, providing a representative voice for the valley to the County of San Bernardino, the State of California, and the surrounding communities. If you live within the boundaries of these four vast and rural communities, we are the officially recognized body for your concerns.
If you have issues or concerns within these communities you feel need to be addressed, please bring these concerns to your local community center or improvement association, and your association's delegates to the council will be happy to have your matters addressed at an upcoming meeting of the council. Alternatively, you may locate one of the respective HVCC delegates for your area and address the issue with them directly. The HVCC meets monthly and all council meetings are open to the public. You may also address your issue here.
Feel free to browse our website for up to date information concerning the interests of our community. We maintain a wealth of information and post an events calendar. Don't forget that you are welcome to attend ANY of our upcoming council meetings.