Altadena Coalition of Neighborhood Associations

Special Note: The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (Public Works) is in the process of planning the Devil’s Gate Reservoir Sediment Removal and Management Project which will remove sediment from behind Devil’s Gate Dam to enhance its flood protection capabilities. Here is a flyer describing the interim measures.

UPDATED: Scroll down for an update on the drought as of February 10, 2017


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

March 28, 2017, 7-8:30 p.m.
Altadena Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Drive

What's All the Shooting About?
Capt. Vicki Stuckey, Altadena Sheriff's Station
Chief Phillip Sanchez, Pasadena Police Department
Natalie Salazar, Crimestoppers
Pasadena Humane Society Services to Altadena
Elizabeth Richer-Campo, Sr. VP, Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA

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Meeting Dates for 2017
January 24
March 28
May 23
September 26
November 28

Update on the Drought

This document contains information as of January 2017 on rainfall numbers and the drought, including graphics showing reservoir levels.

The LA Times published an
article about the drought on January 26, with reference to the US Drought Monitor.

Although there has been some alleviation,
Southern California is still in a drought and Altadena is not relaxing water restrictions. Please continue to observe water usage rules.


• Irrigation limited to twice (2) per week before 9 a.m. or after 5 p.m.

•NO irrigating turf or landscapes during and 48 hours following measurable precipitation.

•Adjust sprinklers and irrigation systems to avoid overspray, runoff and waste.

•Shut off decorative fountains, ponds, and other similar aesthetic features, unless a water recycling system is used.

•NO hosing down driveways, sidewalks or other paved surfaces.

•NO hosing to wash any vehicle except with a hose with an automatic shutoff valve.

•Commercial Businesses: Restaurants and other food service establishments can only serve water to customers upon request.

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Notes from Last Meeting