Eagle Rock, Los Angeles

Eagle Rock is a community located in northeast Los Angeles situated between the city of Glendale and the city of Pasadena. Eagle Rock is in Los Angeles County just east of the San Fernando Valley, adjacent to the San Rafael Hills. Eagle Rock was incorporated in 1911 as Eagle Rock City but was merged into the City of Los Angeles in 1923.

A massive boulder located at the north end of Eagle Rock contains a feature that casts a bird-shaped shadow on the huge rock at certain times of the day giving the community its name. The boulder is located just north of the Ventura 134 Freeway.

The community of Eagle Rock has nine Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments and numerous historic and architecturally significant homes including Craftsmen, Streamline Modema, Art Deco, Georgian, and Mission Revival Style homes.

Parks include the Eagle Rock Recreation Center, Eagle Rock Hillside Park, and Yosemite Recreation Center.

Eagle Rock is home to the 120-acre Occidental College which was established in 1887.


Center for the Arts Eagle Rock

Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, formally known as the Eagle Rock Branch Library and the Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center, is a beautiful historic Mission Revival and Spanish Revival style building in Eagle Rock constructed in 1915. It was originally built as a Carnegie Library and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Occidental College

Occidental College, also known as Oxy, was founded in 1887 by the Presbyterian Church, but became non-sectarian in 1910. The 120-acre private liberal arts college is located in Eagle Rock. It offers 40 majors and 9 minors. Enrollment is currently approximately 2,000.


San Rafael Hills

The San Rafael Hills are a mountain range, partially within the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County, that runs parallel to and below the San Gabriel Mountains. The San Rafael Hills contain all or parts of Pasadena, South Pasadena, San Marino, Monterey Hills, La-Canada-Flintridge, City Terrace, EI Sereno, Montecito Heights, Cypress Park, Mount Washington, Glassell Park, and Eagle Rock. The San Rafael Hills contain a large aquifer on the north side.




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