Juniper Hills


The Juniper Hills CSD was adopted and came into effect in February of 2007 and amended in 2012. The CSD sets out to ensure that future public and private improvements are consistent with the community’s existing development pattern, and maintain its secluded rural character, unique desert foothill appearance, and significant natural resources of the community.

The full legal text of the Juniper Hills CSD can be found in Title 22 (Planning and Zoning) of the County Code. Community Standards Districts are listed in alphabetical order. Simply scroll down to the title of the CSD and click the link to jump to that page.

No update to the CSD is proposed at this time.



The community of Juniper Hills is located in the southern portion of the Antelope Valley, south of Littlerock and Pearblossom.  The community is largely developed and is generally not served by existing infrastructure and public facilities, but it does contain many single-family homes on large lots and some agricultural uses. The community is adjacent to the National Forest, includes scenic hillside areas, and is subject to several safety hazards, including the San Andreas Fault and Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones.

For a more detailed description of the Juniper Hills community can be found in the Community-Specific Land Use Concepts chapter of the Antelope Valley Area Plan.