Welcome!
There is something for everyone at the Westwood Club!

The Westwood Club is the hub and HOA of the Westwood community in Rancho Bernardo, CA. We provide recreational facilities, activities, amenities and services for our residents of all ages and their guests.

The Westwood community is governed by 28 separate sets of CC&R's and is comprised of 2396 individual homes and Townhomes.

Browse the website and discover what the club has to offer. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Westwood Club
17394 W. Bernardo Drive
San Diego, CA, 92127
858-485-6300
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Information
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Info on how to be a part of the club.
Upcoming Club Events:
MJC Basketball
Matt Clark offers skills and drills clinics Sundays from 8-9:30am in the gym.
Any age and skill level is welcome.
Cost is $15 per session.
Please visit: www.mjcbasketball.com for details and schedule.
You can contact Matt at: MJCBasketball@gmail.com
Upcoming Events
Contact Us
Westwood Club Board Member Elections
Have Begun!
Community Links
http://www.sdbusinesschamber.com/
North San Diego Business Chamber
http://www.rbhistoricalsociety.org/
Rancho Bernardo Historical Society
http://www.rbplanningboard.com/
Rancho Bernardo Planning Board
Poway Unified School District
http://www.powayusd.com/
http://rbcommunitypark.com/
Rancho Bernardo Community Park
Click on this link to check out who is running.
Important dates at the club - 2015
2/17 Basketball Camp Begins
3/20 Annual Mtg & Dinner
4/04 Easter Egg Hunt
4/07 Spring Camp Begins
TBA Swim Lesson Sign Ups
5/23 Lifeguards on Weekends
5/30 Summer Kick-off Event
6/11 PUSD Year Ends
6/15 Summer Programs Begin
7/01 Annual Dues are due
TBA PUSD in Session
9/07 Last Day for Lifeguards
9/12 Annual Family Camp Out
10/24 Halloween Carnival
11/24 Thanksgiving Mini Camp
11/26 Club Closed Thanksgiving Day
12/22 Winter Mini Camp Begins
12/25 Club Closed Christmas Day
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER ANNOUNCED!!
March 20th at the Annual Mtg
Richard Halsey, author of:
Fire, Chaparral, and Survival in Southern California
Richard Halsey has dedicated the past ten years to helping Southern California communities learn to adapt to a fire-prone environment. Halsey is a teacher of natural science at the San Diego Natural History Museum and has trained as a wildland firefighter. Halsey coordinates education and research through the California Chaparral Institute:
www.californiachaparral.org