The Wrightwood Property Owners Association (WWPOA) serves to protect property values, the quality of life, and the lifestyle in Wrightwood. The WWPOA is a 501(c)4 organization, and they are currently engaged in their annual membership drive.
As a property owner, membership in the WWPOA is free with the added benefit of a copy of the monthly Newsletter, which keeps residents informed of the town’s activities, including community services and advocacy work; Town meetings are held on various topics that are of concern to the town. The WWPOA also supports events such as Adopt A Highway Cleanup, the WW Village Trail, Scholarships for Serrano Graduates, the Ice Cream Social, and Holiday Festivities.
To help benefit the community, the Wrightwood Village Foundation (WWVF), a 501(c)3, has been established. The WWVF supports community activities and programs, including the annual Christmas Tree Lighting, the refurbished “Welcome to Wrightwood” sign on Hwy 2 and Music in the Pines. Additional info can be found at WWVF.org.
The WWPOA and WWVF spend many hours and much hard work to improve, inform, and present the many meetings and events for the Wrightwood community each year. Join the WWPOA to help them accomplish their goals by attending meetings and volunteering. They can always use fresh ideas to improve current activities and new project suggestions, help set up events or meetings, and help maintain the Wrightwood Village Trail. Check their website at wwpoa.org for activities and meeting dates to join the WWPOA or donate to one of the many projects and events. Click on Membership Info.