Wall of Volunteers


D J Chang

Terry Katnic

Michelle Mar

Jim & Terry Poste

Jo-Ann Scandaliato

Michelle Sheridan

Tym and June

Jim Wellington

David & Rose Zata

Your name could be here ** ** Click here to email SSHOA President, Richard Scandaliato,to volunteer your services.


Board Business

Community News

New Oversized Vehicle Signs

Our Gorgeous South Shores!

Between Santa Catalina Island and South Shores plies a cruise ship:

Skate Park at Peck Park Draws a Crowd

Lightning Strike on Catalina Island, as seen from South Shores

Taken from the backyard of SSHOA Board Member and CyberWatch Captain Bob Genest -- 7/27/14, 3:17p.m. --
featured on the front page of The Daily Breeze, 7/29/14:

Great shot, Bob!

What's Happening in South Shores

Click links (blue topics) below to

Tree trimming and brush clearance

5-year District 15 trimming removes dangerous palm fronds.

"Clean San Pedro" clears eyesore brush.

Waterfront development letter to Mayor Garcetti

SSHOA President Scandaliato urges the mayor to fulfill promises and make the Port competitive by building continuous access to the water.

Letter of Appreciation to LAPD

SSHOA Board thanks Capt. Whitten and Lead Officer Eve Wight

Annual newsmagazine: VIEW POINT 2015

SSHOA looks back at a busy 2014 and makes plans for 2015.

Know Your Watering Days

Water Reduction Tips (Courtesy, Torrance Tribune)

New AARP Livability Index

You can compare South Shores with other communities nation-wide (three at a time) by using AARP's new Livability Index: click here
... then type the address (or select a prompted address as you type) and click the blue push-pin, then Add to Comparison, then View Comparison.

To see what AARP considers the top 30 neighborhoods in the country, click here.

(The following is from the May, 2015 issue of AARP Bulletin.)

Photo Reel

Why did AARP develop the Livability Index?

As the U.S. population ages, we face a serious challenge: our communities are not prepared for an aging society. In an effort to address this urgent problem, AARP sought to help consumers and policymakers decide whether their communities are places where residents can easily live as they get older. Taking a multifaceted approach to assessing livability at the neighborhood level, AARP developed this ground-breaking tool to jump-start community conversations about livability and encourage action by consumers and policymakers alike.

Community Reference (VIEW POINT, p. 11)


Good Neighbor 2015 Nomination

You are invited to nominate someone for the 2015 Good Neighbor Award. 

The Good Neighbor Recognition Certificate is awarded each year to someone who has fulfilled the Purpose of the SSHOA in a significant way, such as enhancing the beauty of our neighborhood.  This is the Purpose stated elsewhere on this webpage:

South Shores Homeowners’ Association in San Pedro, CA, exists to enhance the daily lives of our community members by fostering a sense of “pride in belonging” to a community that cares about one another and seeks to nurture our spirit of neighborliness.

Past recipients of the award include retired LAPD Assistant Chief George Beck, Dr. Richard Schaar, artist Loa Sprung and Rex Hemnes (click to view)

Please copy this form or send an email to nominate someone for 2015:



I would like to nominate _______________________________ for the Good Neighbor Award for 2015 for the following reason(s):


Name: _______________________________ (optional)


Send to SSHOA, P.O. Box 922, San Pedro, CA 90733.