A full environmental impact review has begun for the proposed biogas power plant on Scholl Canyon Landfill (Biogas Renewable Generation Project). The Glendale City Council contracted Stantec (once again) to conduct the study. There will be two times during the almost year-long process where public comments are solicited.
It’s that time of year again. Time to celebrate our four-legged friends at the annual Glenoaks Canyon Dog Parade. So come on down to the park on Saturday, April 13th from 11:00am-1:00pm and take part in this fun event (sorry, no cats please).
Hope to see you all there.
2019 Glenoaks Canyon Dog Parade
Saturday, April 13, 2019
11:00am - 1:00pm
Apply now for a GOCHA Scholarship
What are you doing after high school graduation? If you plan to continue your education, Glenoaks Canyon Homeowners Association might be able to help. This year, the homeowners association will award a $400 scholarship to a high school senior who will attend a university, college, or community college following graduation. The applicant must live in Glenoaks Canyon, and at least one family member must belong to GOCHA. In addition to academic merit, the Scholarship Committee will carefully consider the applicant’s service to the local community, especially to Glenoaks Canyon. If you are interested, you can apply online here:
If you prefer, you can download the application, print it out and mail to us at
P.O. Box 9949
Glendale, CA 91226
All application materials must be submitted by May 1, 2019.
The Glenoaks Canyon Homeowner’s Association depends on the generosity of the community to be able to provide the services and contributions that help make our canyon great. Annual funds go towards things that are important to the community including our Disaster Preparedness Program, the fight agains the Scholl Canyon Landfill, the Pancake breakfast, Dog Parade, and many other things that help preserve the specialness of the neighborhood.
Please take a moment to become a member. The 2019 Membership form can be found here.
Come one, come all. Tomorrow (Saturday) is the annual GOCHA Pancake Breakfast. If you haven't been before, its a great way to get a free breakfast, but more importantly, a fantastic way to meet your neighbors. Our time-honored griddle masters will be there turning out great pancakes and sausages. There will be coffee, juice, milk and other tasty treats. Hope to see you there.
GOCHA Annual Pancake Breakfast Glenoaks Park Saturday, October 14, 2017 8:00am - 11:00a
Children are encouraged to join parents. We realize with sport schedules it can be difficult, but please try.
If you walk the fire roads please consider taking a trash bag and collecting litter along the way. Together we can keep the canyon one of real gems of the Jewel City.
Glenoaks Canyon Annual Clean-Up Day Saturday, May 6, 2017 9:00am
Canyon Marker Corner Glenoaks Blvd. & Mt. Carmel
For those of you who did not receive the Echo in your mailbox, or for those of you who enjoy the Echo that no longer live in the canyon, here is the digital version of the Winter 2017 Echo. Hope you like the new design and layout. Winter 2017 Echo
This Saturday, September 17, 2016, from 8:00am to 11:00am, come to Glenoaks Park to enjoy a free pancake breakfast courtesy of GOCHA. Its a fun way to hang out with friends and meet some of your neighbors. And, as an extra bonus, this year, our new GOCHA President, Rick Marquis, will be manning the griddle. Hope to see you there!
This is a reminder that the Annual Meeting for the Glenoaks Canyon Homeowner's Association (GOCHA) will be held on:
Wednesday, September, 14 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
The meeting will be held at Joe Bridges Clubhouse at Glenoaks Park located at 2531 E. Glenoaks, Blvd., Glendale CA
Please join us to learn more about:
The Canyon's Disaster Preparedness Program Come listen to Isabel Meyer discuss the details of the Canyon's Disaster Preparedness Program. The Glendale Fire Department and Glendale Police Department will also be present to discuss how their efforts will dovetail with the Canyon's in the event of a fire or natural disaster.
The Scholl Canyon Landfill City Manager Scott Ochoa and Council Member Vartan Gharpetian have graciously offered to speak at our meeting to share with us the current status of affairs with the landfill.
Hope to see you there.