Your park, your plan
By Justin Chapman 05/04/2006
What to do with 30 newly acquired acres of Hahamongna Watershed Park once owned by the Metropolitan Water District will be up for discussion today during a community meeting at the Salvation Army building in Pasadena.
The land is currently home to the Rose Bowl Riders, Tom Sawyer camp, the March 1 program, the former USFS Oak Grove Ranger Station buildings, LA County Fire Camp 2, oak woodlands, trails and a Frisbee golf course.
Pasadena’s master plan for the new Arroyo Seco parkland between La Canada Flintridge and Altadena would, among other unprecedented changes, add soccer fields and a paved road perimeter to the undeveloped area.
Another community meeting about the new parkland will be held on May 18.
The Salvation Army building is located at 960 Walnut St.
For more information, call city Public Works Supervisor Rosa Laveaga at (626) 744-4321.