Pasadena Heritage Home Tour

Pasadena Heritage Home Tour

March 25: Discounted Home Tour Offer from Pasadena Heritage Pasadena Heritage is holding its annual Spring Home Tour on Sunday, March 25. This year’s theme, “Better Homes and Gardens,” features two Altadena stops: the historic McNally mansion and a 1922 Spanish...
2017 Membership Meeting and Holiday Celebration

2017 Membership Meeting and Holiday Celebration

2017 Membership Meeting & Holiday Celebration More than 160 members gathered at the beautifully restored 1898 home of John and Janis Rodriguez for the annual meeting and holiday festivity. Cary Belling serenaded the event this year on violin, and Gail Casburn of...
Informational Open House

Informational Open House

Informational Open House at the Altadena Community Center Saturday, October 28 from 10-11:30am The Department of Public Works will fulfill a condition of its revised EIR for Devil’s Gate Sediment Removal and Management Project. The open house is the next to last...
Public Hearing

Public Hearing

Public Hearing – Devil’s Gate Sediment Removal Public Hearing – Tuesday, November 7, 2017 @ 9:30 a.m. The Recirculated Portions of the Final EIR will be presented to the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors (Board) to certify compliance with...
“Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle” Town Hall Meeting Third Thursday

“Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle” Town Hall Meeting Third Thursday

“Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle” Town Hall Meeting Third Thursday Third Thursday October 19, 7pm “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle” A town-hall meeting with Jessica Aldridge, Sustainability Manager for Athens Services Athens Services is contacted by LA County to provide...
Town Hall 9-12

Town Hall 9-12

Join Altadena Heritage in a Town Hall Meeting
with LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger on Septemer 21st
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!

Altadenans again show they know why water is worth fighting for.

Altadenans again show they know why water is worth fighting for.

Since water’s for fighting here in the Golden State, Altadenans are doing a very good job of holding up their part of the California bargain.

As an unincorporated area with a strong local identity but just an advisory-only Town Council to elect — along with a Los Angeles County supervisor with 2 million other constituents — Altadenans have always been good at shows of self-governance that involve simply showing up.

Town Hall 9/21

Town Hall 9/21

Altadena Heritage Event Join Altadena Heritage at the Town Hall with Supervisor Kathryn Barger on 9/21 Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 21! Altadena Heritage will sponsor a town hall with our new supervisor Kathryn Barger at 7 pm in the Community Center,...
Altadenans Know Why Water is Worth Fighting For

Altadenans Know Why Water is Worth Fighting For

Since water’s for fighting here in the Golden State, Altadenans are doing a very good job of holding up their part of the California bargain.

As an unincorporated area with a strong local identity but just an advisory-only Town Council to elect — along with a Los Angeles County supervisor with 2 million other constituents — Altadenans have always been good at shows of self-governance that involve simply showing up.

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