Presentation Planned at Next Town Council Meeting

First off, on behalf of the CV Town Council and the residents of our unincorporated area of Los Angeles County here in La Crescenta and Montrose, I want to thank the LA County Fire Dept., the Dept. of Public Works and frontline health care workers in Los Angeles County for their work on managing the effects of coronavirus in our community. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

With COVID-19 caseloads steadily decreasing, Los Angeles County permitted many sectors to reopen with safety precautions in place. Restaurants are now able to open for outdoor dining and personal care services can operate with limited capacity. When we use a date-driven pragmatic approach, we can still prioritize safety and public health while balancing the social, emotional and economic needs of our community members. Please come out and support our local restaurants.

Residents who are age 65 and older have been showing up in full force throughout Los Angeles County for their vaccines. For anyone who was already received their first vaccine dose, your second will be administered 21 or 28 days later (depending on which vaccine you received for your first dose)at the same location as your first and you will receive an email confirming your appointment. Los Angeles County has received more than 991,000 vaccines so far, and has administered nearly 80% of them. The County will continue the process of vaccinating health care workers and seniors before expanding the opportunity to other residents. Please visit for appointment information.

The next virtual general meeting of the CV Town Council is on Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. Los Angeles County staff will present an overview of preliminary planning analyses conducted to examine potential multi benefit improvements along the Eagle Canyon Channel, including a recreational trail connection between Two Strike Park and La Crescenta Avenue. The planning effort is currently in the early investigation stage and is not a formal project with funding identified for implementation. The primary purpose of the presentation scheduled for Feb. 18 is to provide the Town Council and the community with the most up-to-date information on the project so they can make an informed decision on whether to support or oppose any future recreational improvements at Eagle Canyon Channel. The presentation will be followed by a 10-minute question and comment period.  

On the same note, the Land Use Committee for the Crescenta Valley Town Council consists of members each of whom serves a three-year term. This year, three of the members’ terms will expire and the LUC would like to invite members of the community interested in serving through this committee to apply for an interview with the CVTC/LUC. Email for more information.

And lastly, do not forget our monthly Town Council meetings. For those who have an interest in attending and participating in our virtual meetings and want to submit comments and/or questions, we encourage you to please contact CVTC at

Stay safe, be healthy.

Harry Leon, President
Crescenta Valley Town Council