Rossmoor Park Owners Assn 12200 Montecito Rd, Seal Beach, CA90740 This association is responsible for the condos at this address. The owners elect them to look after common areas, such…More as the pool, spa, recreation room and all the plants and walkways. They have vendors that are used when an owner needs a plumber, electrician or general handyman. Sometimes a board member is exempt from paying home owners dues, during their elected term.
The Los Alamitos Unified School District is the administrative body responsible for the community's six elementary…More schools, two middle schools, one comprehensive high school and one continuation high school. The elementary schools are Hopkinson, Lee, Los Alamitos, McGaugh, Rossmoor and Weaver. The two middles schools are McAuliffe and Oak. The high schools include Los Alamitos High and Laurel High continuation school. Scattered throughout Los Alamitos, Rossmoor and Seal Beach, the schools serve students from all three communities. Governed by a five-member elected school board, the district's elections are held in even years with about half the board's seats expiring each election year. School board meetings are typically held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. The school district offers several programs including special education, extended day care and the Gifted and Talented Education program.</p>
<p>Gregory A. Franklin is the district's superintendent.</p>
Leisure World Trailer Club 13599 El Dorado Dr, Seal Beach, CA90740 It is a section of Leisure World, where everyone lives in a trailor. It has get-togethers, BBQs and field trips. It has…More monthly meetings, and has elected officials to run the club.
Bordering Los Angeles County, Los Alamitos is a small North Orange County City with nearly 12,000 people. The city…More celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2010 with a year of events, including a carnival and parade. Los Alamitos has its own police department, and it contracts with the Orange County Fire Authority for its fire services. The city is home to the Los Alamitos Medical Center and the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.</p>
<p>The Los Alamitos Civic Center is located on Katella Avenue just off the 605 (San Gabriel) Freeway, before the intersection of the city's two main drags—Los Alamitos Boulevard and Katella Avenue. The city is served by a five-member City Council elected at large, with the position of mayor rotating annually. Elections are staggered every two years, and each council term is for four years. In Los Alamitos, the position of mayor is not a full-time position. The Los Alamitos city manager is the city's executive officer. Major city departments located at the civic center include the police, public works and recreation and community services departments.</p>