Altadena Heritage addresses its mission to raise awareness of our foothill community’s rich architectural, environmental, and cultural heritage by recognizing places that make Altadena unique. This work includes periodically designating sites and whole neighborhoods as Altadena Heritage Areas through our AHA! Program, annually celebrating gardens that give to the beauty of our streets in the Golden Poppy Awards and Garden Party, and holding other special programs that give members access to special places in our community.
Watch this past event. MVM and Altadena Heritage’s Re-Dedication for Owen Brown.
Saturday May 7th @9am
Saturday March 12 Time: 9am
We had a really great time on our hike to visit the Owen Brown gravesite.
Sunday May 22nd @3pm
Sunday May 29th @8am
Val Zavala retired after 30 years as an award-winning TV news reporter.
We held our first Third Thursday Topic: Historic Landmark Designation.
Where Does the Stuff in the Blue Bin Go?by Val Zavala We see them every week. Those monster gray and red Athens trucks with giant metal arms that reach down to grab bins holding tons of garbage, yard waste and recycling Altadenans throw away each week. And the stuff...
Letter from the Chair In its role as an advocate for the protection and preservation of Altadena, Heritage Board and committee members often spend time communicating with LA County officials, agencies, and utilities (Supervisor’s Office, LA County Public Works,...