Altadena, California

Altadena is an unincorporated community in the Verdugo Mountains within the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County. Pasadena is to the South, La Canada-Flintridge is to the northwest, and the Angeles National Forest is to the north and east. Downtown Los Angeles is approximately 14 miles to the south.

Altadena is famous for its Christmas Tree Lane which is a 0.7-mile stretch of Santa Rosa Avenue between Woodbury Road and Altadena Drive. Started in 1920, Christmas Tree Lane is the oldest large-scale outdoor Christmas lighting venue in the United States. Christmas Tree Lane is a California Historical Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.


Altadena Town Council

Since Altadena is not an incorporated city, it is managed by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The Altadena Town Council, which consists of 16 local residents, represents the residents of Altadena at county board meetings. The town council is always in need of community volunteers.


Eaton Canyon Park and Nature Center

Eaton canyon Park and Nature Center is a 190-acre nature preserve located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains just north of Altadena and Pasadena. The zoological, botanical, and geological nature preserve features hiking trails, equestrian trails with a staging area, picnic areas, and seasonal streams.


Altadena Golf Course

The Altadena Golf Course is a 9-hole regulation length golf course designed by William P. Bell. The beautiful, tree-lined municipal golf course, opened in 1939, offers fantastic mountain views. The popular golf course also offers a driving range and a section for beginners. Attractive banquet facilities are available for special events.


Altadena Chamber of Commerce

The Altadena Chamber of Commerce & Civic Association, incorporated 1924, was formed to promote the commercial, industrial, civic, and general interests of the Altadena community and its trade area. The chamber produces special events, hosts periodic mixers, maintains a website, and provides valuable information about Altadena to visitors, residents, and businesses. The chamber welcomes new members.


Rancho San Pascual

Rancho San Pascual, also known as Rancho EI Rincon de San Pascual, was a 14,403 acre Mexican land grant made in 1834 that now includes Altadena, Pasadena, South Pasadena, and parts of San Marino.


Altadena Historical Society

The Altadena Historical Society (AHS) is a non-profit, volunteer organization founded in 1935. The AHS numerous collections are archived in 800 square feet at the Altadena Community Center. AHS offers quarterly lectures, exhibits, and more. Members are welcome.


Loma Alta Park

Loma Alta Park, established in 1954, is a beautiful 17.33-acre park located in the foothills of Altadena. The park offers equestrian facilities, swimming, baseball, tennis, basketball, picnic shelters, and much more.


Community Parks

Altadena is fortunate to have several well-maintained community parks including: Farnsworth Park, Enchanted Forest, Charles White Park, Millard Canyon, and Loma Alta Park. More information is available on the Altadena website.

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