Altadena Heritage is a nonprofit volunteer-based advocacy organization dedicated to protecting, preserving, and raising awareness of our foothill community’s rich architectural, environmental, and cultural heritage.
Join Altadena Heritage in a Town Hall Meeting
with LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger on Septemer 21st
Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 21! Altadena Heritage will sponsor a town hall with our new LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger at 7 pm in the Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Drive.
Learn about some of the priorities Supervisor Barger has outlined (protecting open space, building urban and hiking trails, housing the homeless) and bring your questions/aspirations for Altadena!
Open Forum on the Altadena Pipeline – July 20
Over 100 people turned up for Altadena Heritage’s Third Thursday program on the proposed crosstown pipeline and its connection to sediment removal behind Devil’s Gate Dam — moderated by Larry Wilson of the Star News. Because these projects are so important we welcomed Neighbors Building a Better Altadena and the Altadena Library as co-sponsors of this panel discussion. Both projects were initiated by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, and involve Pasadena. The pipeline would transfer water from behind Devils Gate Dam across Altadena to Eaton Canyon for the purpose of infiltration into the Raymond Basin, traveling from Pasadena to Pasadena, across Altadena, if the Woodbury Road/New York Drive route is chosen. > Read More, Watch Video