Filming in the CCCHA

Since Hollywood, California is the entertainment capital of the world, the California Country Club Homes Association, (CCCHA), is a “Film Friendly” neighborhood, located in Cheviot Hills just South of FOX Studios in Century City.

Cheviot Hills has often been the filming site of countless motion pictures and television shows dating back to 1928, which include “The Finishing Touch,” starring “Laurel and Hardy.” Stan Laurel was a resident of Cheviot Hills living on Glenbarr Avenue. In the late 1970s, “The Ropers,” a television series spun off from the popular “Three’s Company” series with John Ritter, was filmed in Cheviot Hills. A house on Cheviot Drive was used in “The Flying Nun,” starring Sally Field, and a house on Glenbarr Avenue was the home of “Nanny and the Professor.”

Today, Cheviot Hills continues to be a popular setting for many location managers in the entertainment industry. We have had everything from Audi to Coca-Cola and St. Jude Children’s Hospital commercials, to numerous popular television shows like “The Goldbergs,” “Bones,” “Life in Pieces,” “Ray Donovan” and, “Modern Family.”

If you are a production company interested in filming in our HOA, whether it’s a feature film, television show, commercial, documentary, etc., please contact our Film Liaison, Derek Barton at 310-704-3904 or via email at

To obtain a permit for filming, please reach out to FilmLA at 213-977-8600. They are available 24/7. FilmLA is a 501(c)4 not-for-profit public benefit organization and the official film office of the City and County of Los Angeles. FilmLA streamlines and enhances the on-location filmmaking process for communities and content creators to ensure the Greater Los Angeles economy continues to thrive.

If you are a homeowner living in the CCCHA and have any questions or complaints regarding any filming in our HOA, please contact Derek Barton at 310-704-3904 or via email at