Joshua Tree

Rosamond Skypark

The Rosamond Skypark Association

Joshua Tree
The Rosamond Skypark is a privately-owned and operated residential skypark located in Southern California's Antelope Valley (AKA "Aerospace Valley"). Our FAA designator is L00 (Lima-Zero-Zero) and our airport is open for public use. This website is operated by the Rosamond Skypark Association as a service to our owner/members. We also provide various items of interest to pilots and the general public.

Welcome to the Skypark Website


Current Happenings & Notices:

Annual Membership Meeting
Held

Held under COVID restrictions this year, the meeting drew 18 members split between in-person and teleconference.

Provisional minutes of the meeting will be posted shortly in the Owner's section of the website, but hightlights were:

**The second attempt to modify the "Parking" provisions of the CC&Rs to permit exposed parking of recreational vehicles on owners' lots once again failed to reach the required 2/3 affirmative (42 out of 63), with the count 41 in favor, 11 opposed.  

**In the election of Directors, new owner Chris Kenefick joins returning Directors Loftin, Reilly, Shank and Wilson.  A brief organizational meeting produced the following lineup of officers for 2021:
    President:                  Kevin Reilly
    Vice President:        Paul Shank
    Treasurer:                  Scott Loftin
    Secretary:                   John Wilson
    Director at Large:    Chris Kenefick


Security - Video Watch

As most know, we've been "hit" yet again with a mailbox break-in.  While we do have video, the night-time picture isn't clear enough to get much useful detail.   Similarily, a recent Skypark home burglery apparently occurred in broad daylight but unfortunately wasn't covered by any video.

The Board is going to look at options for improving our security video around the mailbox area.  Similarily, we encourage owners to evaluate your own system for possible improvement, or consider installing one if you don't already have it. 

The deterrant effect is certainly worthwhile, but if we could present law enforcement with evidence good enough to result in an arrest it would not only bring a measure of satisfaction but could have a ripple effect within our local "bad actor community".