Get Involved in Altadena This Week

Mon, 07/17/2017 - 1:03pm -- MKittay

Altadena Library District is incredibly fortunate to serve such a diverse and engaged community! We are consistently inspired by hearing about the many spaces throughout Altadena that residents are serving with their time and resources. As a connector in the community, the Library District is dedicated to connecting residents with opportunities to serve, through both the Library and dedicated community organizations.


Neighbors Building a Better Altadena (NBBA) is a prime example of a dedicated, community organization, and it is never too late to get involved in their efforts. NBBA promotes community-wide engagement to make Altadena economically strong and socially cohesive, while preserving our cultural and economic diversity. Throughout the summer, there are plenty of opportunities to meet members of community organizations (like NBBA!), to learn more about getting involved, to serve, and to have your voice heard about recent community topics. Be sure to save the dates below:

  • Tuesday, July 18 at 7:00pm at the Community Center (730 E. Altadena Drive) - Town Council Installs New Council Members: New Council members will be sworn in, and the names of the applicants for vacancies in tracts 4601 and 4612 will be announced.
  • Thursday, July 20 at 7:00pm at the Community Center (730 E. Altadena Drive) - Panel Discussion on the Pipeline: NBBA and Altadena Heritage are co-sponsoring an informational panel discussion about a pipeline project that is proposed to go straight through Altadena. The project involves the City of Pasadena and L.A. County and will carry water from the Arroyo, down Raymond Avenue, across Woodbury and New York Drive over to Eaton Wash. More information and a map of the route for the proposed pipeline are on the Altadena Heritage website:
  • Saturday, July 22 at 9:30am (Coffee will be served at 9:00am) at First Presbyterian Church of Altadena (2775 Lincoln Avenue) - NBBA General Meeting: Details on the NBBA Facebook page: Sign up today if you haven’t already!

Learn more about Neighbors Building a Better Altadena and their efforts at