Flock Safety Grant Program

City of Rancho Palos Verdes
Homeowner’s Association Security Camera Grant Program 2020 Expansion  


The City of Rancho Palos Verdes seeks to provide its residents with opportunities to further enhance community safety by strengthening neighborhood vigilance and security. Continuing efforts to improve public safety by following the City’s Public Safety Strategic Plan and implementing the City Council’s Goals, the City has expanded its Homeowners Association (HOA) Security Camera Grant Program to allow HOAs to purchase Flock Safety cameras to monitor vehicles on neighborhood streets.

Security cameras are proven deterrents and effective tools in crime prevention and crime-solving efforts. Flock Safety’s mission is to eliminate non-violent crime. This is possible with crime-fighting technology that provides coverage for the entire neighborhood. When a crime occurs, Flock Safety automated license plate reading cameras give law enforcement the actionable evidence needed to solve crime.  


Application Packet (PDF)
Application Checklist
Application Process Graphic
HOA Security Camera Grant Program: 2020 Flock Safety Program Fact Sheet
Flock Safety Camera Information Sheet
Flock Safety Overview (Flyer)
Encroachment Permit Package (PDF)


All formal HOAs within the City of Rancho Palos Verdes are eligible to apply for the grant program. Interested HOAs are required to follow the City’s application process. Due to the limited amount of funding available, participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please be advised, the City has entered a special partnership with Flock, and for any Flock Safety related questions, please contact Karina Bañales, Deputy City Manager to connect with the appropriate Flock Safety Community Consultant for RPV (Paul). 

How to Apply

Please download the application packet (PDF) above. The first three pages (the Application) will need to be submitted to the City for review and approval. Upon approval, the City will connect the HOA with the Flock Safety Community Consultant - Paul Park. Once an agreement in made with the HOA and Flock Safety, the HOA will send the City proof of invoice and purchase as well as the questionnaire in the checklist. For a detailed understanding of the entire process, please view the graphic that displaying the application process.  

In order to best support the HOAs and to streamline the process, Staff is readily available to answer any questions and provide assistance during the application process. For any further questions not addressed in the Program Fact Sheet and the Flock Safety Camera Information documents, please contact Karina Bañales, Deputy City Manager, at kbanales@rpvca.gov or call (310) 544-5203. To submit an application, please email kbanales@rpvca.gov.