Physical Characteristics:

Welcome to Alpine Forest Park Property Owners' Association (AFPPOA), a private community located in the mountains approximately 7 miles south west of Tehachapi, California. AFPPOA is a non-profit association of property owners within the boundaries of Alpine Forest Park. AFPPOA is comprised of approximately 5,000 acres over 5 tracts and includes 1,080 assessable lots. The lowest altitude in Alpine is 4,700 feet and the highest is about 6,900 feet.


There are currently about 274 homes, which have been built by each individual property owner under the approval of the Building & Planning Department of Kern County. The preponderance of homes is in tract 3423, which is also the only tract with a community water system. All lots in tracts 3424, 3426, 3427 and 3452 require a well, a responsibility of the property owner.

Roads and Maintenance:

AFPPOA's roads are semi-private, non-dedicated roads. There are 36 miles of maintained roads, six (6) miles of which are paved. The Association cannot guarantee access to properties from November through April. All dirt roads are maintained biannually, at a minimum, and as conditions warrant.


Security Officers are responsible for observe and report duty only. They patrol both the residential area and the upper elevations daily and are additionally responsible for fire watch duties in the summer.


There are 4 major structures which the Association owns:
  • Chalet - 3,700 square feet with 2 bathrooms, kitchen, great room and 2 offices. The Chalet is available to rent by members for $200.00/per event, and a $200.00 refundable cleaning deposit. Please call the office at (661) 822-6525 for more information.
  • Barn - 4,500 square feet. Used for storage of equipment.
  • Two (2) guard posts.


Water is available in tract 3423 from the Alpine Forest Park Mutual Water Company, a separate California corporation, which is responsible for the delivery of water throughout the tract. You can reach the Water Company at (661) 822-3266 Monday through Friday 9 - 12:30 p.m. In all other tracts, property owners are responsible for drilling their own wells.


There is no door-to-door trash service available in Alpine Forest Park. As a courtesy,the Property Owners' Association provides trash bins with a portion of your assessment funds. As an owner we ask for your cooperation in seeing to it that we can all enjoy the convenience without the necessity of raising our assessments or abandoning this service completely. Please be aware of, and cooperate with the following rules:
  • Household Trash Only
  • Break boxes down
Yard clippings, trees, furniture and other bulky items should be hauled to the Tehachapi Dump (click for map).


There is NO HUNTING anywhere in Alpine Forest Park POA. To insure the safety of the community where a bullet could conceivably travel into a home, there is absolutely NO HUNTING! Also, there is NO ACCESS TO BLM LAND! through Alpine Forest Park without trespassing on private property. All of Alpine Forest Park is private property, whether it be the roads in Alpine, which the association owns or any place off the roads, which would be privately owned property. As an owner we ask for your cooperation in keeping our community safe for all and cooperate with this rule.