Altadena Heritage formed in the early 1980s when many beautiful old homes and mansions were being demolished and replaced with tract developments. Altadena’s architectural heritage was in peril. At the time, Los Angeles County had no historic preservation ordinance, so AH decided that its first time-critical task was to advocate for preservation. As an advocacy organization, AH has never shied away from taking a stand on issues affecting our town and its governance. We organize educational programs to inform Altadenans and advocate for Altadena with the county on issues such as public landscaping, building standards, and watershed management.
Enhancing our Environment
It is unfortunate when trees are lost – uprooted by wind or fire…
Public Works and Southern California Edison Altadena Street Lighting…
Welcome to our Tree Page with information on selecting, planting, caring for and maintaining your trees.
Community Standards & Zoning
Near/far contrast, Ridges, Cultural landmarks, Existing community boundaries and gateways.
Video Presentation – The pipeline would transfer water from behind Devils Gate Dam across Altadena to Eaton Canyon…
The L.A. County Department of Regional Planning.
This document reflects feedback from the White Paper Coalition. 2016
In unincorporated Los Angeles County, a “Community Standards District” (CSD) is an addendum to the zoning code.
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.
At Altadena Heritage we put on events and programs every year and want to help Altadena become a more lively and vibrant community!
You buy your water from a Mutual Water Company. It is a non-profit corporation, not a government.
The City of Pasadena helped out in the park’s building phase by installing a water hook-up to help establish native trees and plants there.