Good evening fellow canyon residents. On Wednesday, February 28th at 6:30pm, there will be an informational meeting at the Glenoaks Elementary School Auditorium to discuss traffic concerns around the school and more specifically at the corner of Glenoaks Blvd. and Waltonia Dr. The city will listen to resident input and lay out the several options they are considering to address the traffic issues during school pick-up and drop-off.
February 28, 2018 6:30pm Glenoaks Elementary School Auditorium 2015 E. Glenoaks Blvd. Glendale, CA 91206
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
On Sunday, April 2nd from 10:00am until 4:00pm, the Eagle Rock Community Garden and Art Park will be having their 5th Annual Open House and Plant Sale. Should be a great family event and a good way to get your garden going this spring.
Eagle Rock Community Garden and Art Park 5th Annual Open House & Plant Sale Sunday, April 2nd 10:00am-4:00pm
1003 Rockdale Ave. Eagle Rock, CA
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!
If you are looking for something fun to do between rain storms head on over to the Eagle Rock Community Garden and Art Park. Today is their 4th annual Open House and Plant Sale.
So if you are looking for some plants to get your vegetable garden started, or just want something fun to do, head on over to the other side of the hill and check it out.
Eagle Rock Community Garden Open House and Plant Sale 1003 Rockdale Ave. Eagle Rock Sunday April 10, 2016 10:00am - 4:00pm
[UPDATE 3/21/16 8:44pm] New Location:
Richard Alatorre Park, Base of the Eagle Rock 7600 Scholl Canyon Rd, Los Angeles, 90041 (just north of 134 Freeway, and north end of Figueroa Street. Park along street; location is close to road).
Communities United to Stop Scholl Dump Expansion is holding a press conference tomorrow, Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 9:00am.
The event will be at the Eagle Rock Rec Center (east of the playground).
Even though speaking roles are strictly limited to 4 newsworthy leaders at this event, your PARTICIPATION as a conscientious community stakeholder making visible your opposition to the expansion of the Scholl Dump is extremely important.
Attire: WEAR BLUE, dress appropriately for 70 degrees, bring a dust/particulate mask for nose and mouth.
Parking: At Eagle Rock Rec Ctr parking lot OR along Eagle Vista.
Duration of event: 30 minutes
The message of the event is END, DON'T EXTEND THE DUMP. TAKE DUMP EXPANSION OFF THE TABLE.
If you plan to attend, please rsvp to email@example.com so that the organizers can have an idea of how many people will be attending.
On Wednesday, September 16th, Mayor Ara Najarian addressed a lively crowd of Glenoaks Canyon residents at the GOCHA annual meeting held at the Joe Bridges Clubhouse. The mayor talked about the growth in Downtown Glendale and how the city council has focused on the downtown area so that they could limit the growth in the hillside communities like Glenoaks Canyon.
Najarian went on to say that there will be 4,000 new apartment units available in downtown over the next twelve months. With that will come new restaurants and nightlife. The downtown region is flourishing although there is concern about additional traffic that will impact the area. There is also concern that the units being developed are apartments which will cater to more transient residents. Some of these apartments will be renting for up to $4,000 per month which will most likely not attract young families which is what the city wants.
The mayor also brought up that there will be a new transportation measure coming before voters in the next year that could provide the funds for a light rail system to connect the Orange and Red lines (Pasadena and North Hollywood) with two stops in Glendale.
There was a lot of dissension among the residents at the meeting towards the mayor and city council for allowing this kind of "irresponsible" development to happen.
Residents also asked the Mayor and Steve Zurn who was also in attendance about the Glendale water rate hikes as well as the Scholl Canyon Landfill. There were really no satisfactory or definitive answers coming from the city on either topic. The landfill expansion continues to be evaluated but nothing concrete has been discussed.
GOCHA also awarded Mark and Veronica Tharp with its annual resident appreciation award for all that they have done for our community, most notably organizing the annual dog parade and being great neighbors. Congratulations Mark and Veronica!
The Glenoaks Canyon Home Owners Association is having its annual meeting on Wednesday September 16 at 7:30pm in the Joe Bridges Clubhouse at Glenoaks Park.
This year's guest speaker is Glendale's Mayor, Ara Najarian.
Please join GOCHA and your neighbors at this once a year event. It's a good time to catch up and discuss important issues pertaining to our canyon.
GOCHA ANNUAL MEETING Wednesday, September 16, 2015 7:30-9:00pm Joe Bridges Clubhouse
The time is once again upon us when the days start getting shorter and pancakes and sausages get thrown on the griddle at Glenoaks Park. That's right, its time for the annual GOCHA Pancake Breakfast that will be held on Saturday, September 19th from 8-11am. Come join your neighbors and celebrate our beautiful canyon while enjoying a free breakfast cooked by your very own GOCHA board members.
See you there!
GOCHA Pancake Breakfast Saturday, September 19, 2015 8-11am Glenoaks Park