Pride of Buckingham Canyon Cleanup
8:30 AM / Saturday, June 15, 2019
Please join us in cleaning up our canyon by volunteering to pick up litter along East Chevy Chase to Emerald Isle Drive, and Linda Vista to Buckingham Road. We’ll meet at the intersection of East Chevy Chase and Linda Vista. Please contact Leticia Gonzalez at 818-434-4647 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The “Pride of Buckingham” group was established with the intent of bringing the folks who reside on Buckingham Road and Buckingham Place together in sharing this beautiful Canyon and taking pride in keeping the environment clean. The Canyon Cleanup event has been happening (usually quarterly) for more than a decade.
They may no longer die slow bleed out deaths from rat poison. We of the CCEA have been championing this for a long time.
Rat Poison kills rats; and HAWKS, OWLS, BOBCATS, MOUNTAIN LIONS, and your DOGS AND CATS.
POISON is NOT THE ANSWER!
This just in from our new Glendale Fire Chief Silvio Lanzas to share with canyon neighbors…
Glendale Fire Department in conjunction with the Pasadena Fire Department will be participating in a Brush Fire Preparedness drill on Sunday April 28th. The drill will be on the border of Glendale/Pasadena and La Canada at the top of Chevy Chase Canyon. There will be two sessions, 9:00am and 1:30pm each lasting approximately 3.5 hours. The drill involves a strike team deploying at a brush fire in a structure defense mode during a simulated fire approaching the homes.
More to come about Glendale Fire Chief Silvio Lanzas and his battle with wildfires.
Many Glendale business will be closed on Wednesday the 24th. Here is why. Just one guy’s story on Youtube out of thousands. This is a must watch. We can’t show you the iconic photo of the many Armenian young women crucified during the Genocide but one can look that image up.
Photos from our 82nd annual meeting. It was a great event at our beautiful new Country Club. If you weren’t there, plan on coming next year!. We have great new people in charge of our police and fire. Glendale CA Police Chief Carl Povilaitis, Glendale CA Fire Chief Silvio Lanzas, and Glendale CA PD Lt. Rafael Quintero who is in charge of traffic.
Free invite for Canyon Neighbors!
Our 82nd annual meeting on Wednesday, March 13 at 7:00 pm is a free event for all folks living in the canyon hosted at the new Chevy Chase Country Club. CCEA members dine at the club before the meeting and get 15% off your check.
This year’s meeting will Feature a discussion from Glendale Police explaining how they are dealing with the ongoing problem of reckless drivers who tear up Chevy Chase Drive. Please come and tell them your stories. The problem of speeders and reckless drivers in our canyon needs to be addressed. The cars now so much more powerful, the drivers now seem so much more reckless.
Important Legal Doc
It’s March, that time of year, time to renew your membership or become a new member for $35 and help support the oldest association of homeowners in California. If you live outside the canyon become a Contributing Friend of the CCEA. An easy online payment button is below. Thanks.
Your Business Here! Reach 1500 Canyon Homes!
Have a business you’d like canyon residents to know about? Dog walkers, plumbers, babysitters, lawyers, accountants, gardeners; whatever your business, all you need is a business card, or business card art, to advertise in the Chevy Chase Estates Association annual newsletter and reach over 1500 households in our canyon in our March mailing. For 75 years the CCEA has mailed out our beautiful black and white newsletter to each household in our canyon, and we have decided to open it up to advertising to help cover the costs of mailing and promote our neighborhood businesses. The cost, a mere $50 to let potentially1500 families know about your business or service. Space is limited. This year we are also offering quarter and half page ads! See what last years ads looked like in our newsletter that went out to all 1500+ canyon residents.
Space is limited. Last day for add placements is Jan. 31st. For questions and info, email@example.com.
Please see below for instructions on how to submit your ad.
Ads can be purchased online or via snail-mail.
Purchase your ad space here!
Then email a PDF of your business card to:
Or mail your business card and a check for $50 made out to Chevy Chase Estates Association to:
Chevy Ads c/o Graeme Whifler
3235 Cornwall Drive
Glendale, CA 91206