Altadena Coalition of Neighborhood Associations

Special Notes:

NEW and Timely:
Altadena Town Council elections are June 8; all the info, including candidate applications (due 5pm May 10) available here.
Deadline to register non-compliant hedges and fences has been extended. Download details and registration form.
• From — 8 reasons to visit Altadena
How to be a good neighbor — Good advice for neighborhood associations
Current fire information is here.
• UPDATED: Scroll down for an update on the drought as of March 2019
• Look under Links for neighborhood associations and watches and a list of community resources.
>>> Check out the Resources page for links relating to meeting topics (updated March 2019) <<<


The Altadena Coalition of Neighborhood Associations was established in 2010 to provide a means for Altadena neighborhood associations and Neighborhood Watch groups to network and share ideas and best practices. ACONA meetings are held bimonthly at the Altadena Community Center. All are welcome to attend.

Next Meeting

Tuesday, May 28, 7–8:30 p.m.
Altadena Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Drive

• Update on Water in Altadena (after the rains)
Speaker: Melvin Matthews, General Manager, Kinneloa Irrigation District
• Search & Rescue in Altadena (helicopters, etc)
Speaker: Alex Canchola, Altadena Sheriff's Station
• Devil's Gate Reservoir Restoration Project Update
Speaker: Brittany Barker, Civil Engineer, LA County Public Works
• Extension of Deadline to Register Fences and Hedges
Speakers: Ai-Viet Huynh & Alex Garcia, LA County Dept. of Regional Planning

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(And if you didn’t attend, please take our survey to tell us why.)

Meeting Dates for 2019 (all dates are Tuesdays except where noted)
January 30 (Wednesday)
March 26
May 28
September 24
November 26

Update on the Drought

US Drought Monitor reports there are no drought conditions in Los Angeles County…for now. Everyone should continue to make water conservation a way of life (see next item).

The Foothill Municipal Water District is advising making water conservation a way of life in
this press release.

Thank you to Girl Scouts Heart of Central California Council for sending us
this article about saving water while traveling, both at home before the trip and on the road.


Notes from Last Meeting