We produce a newsletter periodically and distribute hard copies to the neighborhood detailing new news for the Historic Highlands Neighborhood Association. You can also access the Newsletter via this website by clicking THIS LINK: May 2017 HHNA Newsletter We like to hear your comments so please use the form on this website's Contact Page to communicate with us. Thanks for all [...]
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Panel discussion of Filming in Altadena, presented by representatives of County and State services, will be held at the Altadena Community Center on Tues. Feb. 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM. The Altadena Filming Committee was appointed by the Altadena Town Council to assess resident's concerns. Please attend to get face to face information about filming of television and movie shoots [...]
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Historic Highlands works toward landmarking the Altadena portion of the neighborhood. The Historic Highlands Neighborhood Association straddles Pasadena and Altadena. The Pasadena portion of the neighborhood was Landmarked in 2009. Neighbors in the Altadena portion are in the preliminary stages of investigating requirements and assessing neighbor interest in Landmarking the Altadena portion, and we have recently added a Board Member position [...]
Historical Highlands held a neighborhood volunteer thank you party October 22nd. The band “Carnival of Futility” entertained neighbors and a local taco truck company provided tacos and refreshments. Information on volunteering for future events was provided, along with the kick off and introduction of Landmarking efforts for the Altadena portion of the neighborhood.
A big thank you to Bungalow Heaven and Historic Highlands’ neighbors who helped landscape and create a Native Plant Garden at the new Jackie Robinson Post Office located at Washington and Mentor on Oct. 22, 2016. Boulders were donated by La Cañada Rustic Stone, Theodore Payne Foundation provided design help and education on how to plant and care for the [...]