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Altadena Coalition of Neighborhood Associations

Timely Information:
Covid-19:

NEW: Covid-19 vaccination grants available for Faith- and Community-Based Organizations
  • Downloadable
Home Care Guide in English/Spanish/Vietnamese
  •
CDC website
  •
California Department of Public Health website
  •
Los Angeles County Covid-19 information
  •
Coronavirus infographic
• Devil's Gate Restoration Project
info & construction schedule
NEW: Wildfire information links from California FireSafe Council
Current fire information is here.
• UPDATED: Scroll down for an update on the drought as of September 2021 (also see new post there).
• 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 September 2021) <<<

Welcome


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, September 28, 2021, 7–8:30 p.m. via Zoom
If you are not on our mailing list and would like a link to the meeting: Contact us.
(Note: Meetings are not recorded.)


Topics:
• Fire Prevention
  Speakers:
  Speaker from LA County Fire Dept. TBA
  Lt. Mark S. Skaggs, Altadena Station Operations, Altadena Sheriff's Station
• Covid-19 Update: Vaccinations and the new variants
  Speaker: Anders Corey, Health Deputy for Supervisor Barger

Did you attend the May 25, 2021 meeting? Take our survey. If you didn't attend, use the survey to let us know why.

Meeting Dates for 2021 (All dates Tuesdays except November)
January 26
March 23
May 25
September 28
November 17 (Wednesday)


Update on the Drought

The
US Drought Monitor reports there are extreme drought conditions in Los Angeles County. Our local aquifer has not yet recovered from the previous drought and is under further stress from the current drought. So everyone should continue to make water conservation a way of life (see next items).

Lincoln Avenue water reports that rainfall for this rainy season (2021) is 34% of the average for Altadena.

NEW: Home water conservation tips

Report from Kinneloa Irrigation District on 2019-20 rainfall and water levels.

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

Some
tips for water conservation at home.

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.


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Notes from Last Meeting

May 25, 2021
    • Meeting notes
    • Powerpoint agenda

Organizing Meeting
July 27, 2010 (Organizing) Meeting Notes
   
• Powerpoint agenda

For past meeting topics and notes, see the Past Meeting Topics page