Devil’s Gate Sediment-Removal

Devil’s Gate Sediment-Removal

At its January 2015 meeting, the Altadena Heritage (AH) board of directors approved a $999 donation to Arroyo Seco Foundation (ASF) in support of ASF’s lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court December 11, 2014. The lawsuit challenges the Board of Supervisors’ approval of the Devil’s Gate Sediment-Removal Program in Hahamongna Watershed Park.

Devil’s Gate Dam

Devil’s Gate Dam

The proposed Devil’s Gate Dam sediment removal project will impact Altadena greatly, and for years to come. At December’s annual meeting, members voted to present Altadena Heritage’s position on this project by responding to the Draft Environmental Impact Report prepared by the Water Resources Division of L.A. County’s Department of Public Works. The response below covers community concerns to be aware of, and asks important questions about the project that AH wants answered before any action is taken.

Grant Lets Water Flow at Old Marengo Park!

Grant Lets Water Flow at Old Marengo Park!

Grant Lets Water Flow at Old Marengo Park! Altadena Heritage would like to gratefully acknowledge a grant of $1000 from the City of Pasadena to pay for water at Old Marengo Park, an Altadena Heritage Area (AHA) dedicated in 2012. Heritage partnered with Altadena...
Altadena Heritage supports Altadena Community Garden

Altadena Heritage supports Altadena Community Garden

Altadena Heritage supports Altadena Community Garden The Altadena Community Garden (ACG) Corner Revitalization Project has launched a capital campaign to raise $14,000 to complete a planting project on the corner of Lincoln Ave. and Palm St. The three formal planting...

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