Community Links

Arroyo_Seco_News Here's the best way to stay up to date with all the issues, events and developments affecting the Arroyo Seco: subscribe to Arroyo_Seco_News, a free email news and discussion group.
Angeles National Forest Find out about all the activities and issues facing the Angeles National Forest.
Audubon Center at Debs Park The spectacular Audubon Center at Debs Park, 4700 N. Griffin in Los Angeles, is now open and sure to be a tremendous asset for Arroyo lovers.
Altadena Watershed Committee This is an ad-hoc community group that promotes watershed awareness in the Altadena community. A major project is the pocket park at Marengo and Woodbury, a model of a sublime California landscape and waterwise planting.
Arroyo & Foothills Conservancy The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy preserves land and restores habitat in and around the San Gabriel and Crescenta Valleys, thereby protecting natural areas for birds and wildlife and providing access and educational experiences for the community. AFC works with urgency to save these precious places before they are gone
North East Trees North East Trees (NET) is a dynamic grass roots environmental group that designs and constructs greening and open space projects in Northeast Los Angeles. Since 1990, NET has planted over 16,000 trees.
Friends of the Southwest Museum Friends of the Southwest Museum has been organized todemand that the Board of Autry National Center make a firm and legally-binding commitment to take responsibility for the continued maintenance and operation of the Southwest Museumís Mt. Washington facilities, in perpetuity.
Pasadena Audubon Society The Pasadena chapter of the National Audubon Society has sponsored educational events and bird-watching activities since 1904.
West Pasadena Residents Association The West Pasadena Residents' Association is one of the most effective and influential advocates regarding current issues that may affect the architecture, history, and quality of life of West Pasadena. All residents in the area bounded by Fair Oaks Avenue and Colorado Boulevard and the southern and western Pasadena limits are eligible for membership.
Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council This is the very informative website of the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council.
Local Nature Centers Pasadena Audubon provides this list of outstanding local nature centers and the programs they provide.
Pasadena Walks Here is a pedestrian advocacy group dedicated to maintaining and improving Pasadena as a walkable city. Take a hike!
Pasadena Heritage The mission of Pasadena Heritage is to protect, maintain and enhance buildings and neighborhood, natural resources and other monuments and artifacts that exemplify or constitute the historical and cultural heritage of Pasadena.
Highland Park Historical Trust HPHT works to preserve the heritage of the Arroyo Seco communities of Highland Park, Garvanza, Mt. Washington, Hermon and Montecito Heights through education, advocacy and preservation projects.
Pasadena Group - Sierra Club The local Sierra Club is an energetic bunch with lots of hikes and activities as well as educational events.
The River Project The River Project is dedicated to planning for natural resource protection, conservation and enhancement in Los Angeles County. Its mission is to encourage responsible management of our watershed lands and revitalization of our rivers for the social, economic and environmental benefit of our communities. Through outreach, advocacy, scientific research and hands-on educational programs, we provide communities with the tools to reclaim their riverfront lands.
Theodore Payne Foundation The Theodore Payne Foundation promotes the understanding and preservation of California native flora. It's mission is to promote and restore California landscapes and habitats, to propagate and make available California native plants and wildflowers, and to educate and acquire knowledge about California flora and natural history.
Arroyo Arts Collective This dynamic arts collecive promotes creativity, innovation and culture in Northeast Los Angeles.
Northeast Los Angeles This is an online service for the neighborhoods of North East Los Angeles -- Atwater, Cypress Park, Glassell Park, Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Lincoln Heights, Montecito Heights, and Mount Washington.
Northeast Los Angeles Network Nelanet.org, the Northeast Los Angeles Network, is a project in community communication and empowerment organized by Occidental College.
Montecito Heights Improvement Association Here is the very informative website of the Montecito Heights Improvement Association, part of the proposed new Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council. Located south of South Pasadena on the east side of the Arroyo, Montecito has a spectacular view of the Arroyo. This site also hosts a page for Friends of Debs Park.
Friends of the Los Angeles River Friends of the Los Angeles River was founded in 1986 to protect and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Los Angeles River and its riparian habitat through inclusive planning, education and wise stewardship.
San Gabriel Mountains Regional Conservancy SGMRC acts as an umbrella, providing staff to assist with partnering between all the local conservancies in the San Gabriel Valley. Because of the support provided by the Regional Conservancy, other conservancies are springing up around the San Gabriel Valley, moving many agencies to consider the importance of regional open space, planning, and the negative consequences of not planning locally, carefully and thoroughly.
Pasadena Business Guides to everything that you want to know or things to do in Pasadena. Covering information on public site, local guide, healty, travel guide and more.
Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau Located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena is just 15 minutes north of downtown Los Angeles in sunny Southern California. Pasadena offers the business and recreational traveler a surprising combination of sophisticated charm, culture, history, and fun. Here is the Convention and Visitor's Bureau page on Nature and Recreation in Pasadena's Arroyo Seco.
Pasadena and Visitors Bureau Located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena is just 15 minutes north of downtown Los Angeles in sunny Southern California. Pasadena offers the business and recreational traveler a surprising combination of sophisticated charm, culture, history, and fun. Here is the Convention and Visitor's Bureau page on Nature and Recreation in Pasadena's Arroyo Seco.
South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Strategically sited in the center of the Arroyo Seco, South Pasadena offers a friendly residential community with a wide variety of retail options.
LA & San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council The mission of the Watershed Council is to facilitate a comprehensive, multi-purpose, stakeholder-driven consensus process to preserve, restore, and enhance the many beneficial uses, economic, social, environmental and biological, of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers watersheds eco-system through education, research, planning, and mediation.
NELA Bikes! NELA Bikes! (North East Los Angeles Bikes) works to celebrate bike culture and inspire people to get out of their cars and ride. NELA Bikes supports sustainable transportation in our car crazy city. NELA Bikes! seeks to inspire and promote solutions, and have fun along the way.
If you would like to suggest a link to an Arroyo-based organization, please send an email to: links@arroyoseco.org