Highlights of Chevy Chase Library Events!
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NEW AT CHEVY CHASE – SELF SERVICE
Choose your own library hours! A brand-new program is starting at our library where you get library access when you want, you choose. Click here to sign up for this program launch and get your very own, personal, library backstage pass.
Party This Saturday – All Canyon Families Invited.
Free tickets HERE!
The Chevy Chase Estates Association has again teamed with The Chevy Chase Country Club to throw a party for all canyon residents Saturday, May 13th, from 3 to 7 pm, at the jewel-of-our-canyon golf course. There will be a live band, dancing, food trucks, a beer garden, a bounce house, and kid games galore. Come party with your friends and neighbors, and get a head start on Mother’s Day.
The weather report says Saturday will be HOT. Large crowds expected and free tickets are first come first serve. Please help with parking; consider walking, biking, or carpooling.
Reserve your free tickets here! First come, first serve.
Protect Your Pets from Canyon Wildlife
We sadly continue to notice the “lost pet” posters up and down the Canyon neighborhoods. Living in our Canyon is indeed special, but we share it with wildlife and some of the wildlife can be harmful to dogs and cats. We offer the following to help keep our pet friends safe.
Don’t let your dog or cat roam outside of the house.
Always leash your dog when on a walk.
Have your pet chipped, so it can be identified if found and turned over to a vet or the SPCA.
Consider attaching an AirTag style tracking device to your pet’s collar so they can be located via smart phone.
NEVER feed wildlife.
Don’t have pet food or water dishes outdoors.
Keep your yard clean of pet poop.
At your Vet’s advice, vaccinate your pet especially to guard against rabies from animal bites.
For more information on pet and wildlife safety…
86th Annual Meeting!
After two years meeting virtually on Zoom, canyon neighbors gathered in person at the Chevy Chase Estates Association’s 86th annual meeting. It was beyond wonderful to have everybody back together again! And just like before, the Chevy Chase Country Club was the perfect home to welcome canyon friends and neighbors for an evening of catching up, laughter, refreshments, good cheer, and fascinating speakers.
First up were Glendale’s new Fire Chief Timothy Ernst, and new Chief of Police Manuel Cid. Both men laid out their visions and goals, as well as their backgrounds and passions that led them to the helm Glendale Fire and Police.
Our featured speakers from the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy were Tim Martinez and John Howell who gave a presentation on the wildlife corridor that passes through Chevy Chase Canyon. They explained how our canyon passage links to other corridors that crisscross The Southland, and the conservancy’s mission to locate and preserve strategic parcels of land so that these vital wildlife pathways are never roadblocked.
The Chevy Chase Canyon wildlife passage crosses on the east side near 2908 Chevy Chase Drive and on the west side near 2833 Chevy Chae Drive.
For complete information from the Arroyo & Foothills on our Sycamore Canyon wildlife corridor with videos, maps, and plans for the future, click here.
To take a free tour of our wildlife corridor though Sycamore Canyon, click here. (March is almost filled but there are still openings in April)
Arroyo & Foothills Conservancy
Watch this short inspiring story about three canyon women who fought a house-flipper’s enormous illegal deck that towered over and threatened their homes below.
It started with a call to the CCEA. A concerned Chevy Chase Canyon resident was worried that slipshod construction on a bluff over their home might come crashing down upon them and their neighbors. After hearing their story, we at the CCEA began advising the homeowners on what to do and who to call. Along with advice, the Chevy Chase Estates Association did assist with a few sharp and strategic communications to the City of Glendale, but the battle was truly won by these three concerned neighbors.
The CCEA offers this video to show what unity and determination can accomplish. They did it and so can you.
Get your 2023 CANYON CRIER Here!
Annual meeting is Wednesday, March 8th, 6:30 pm at the Chevy Chase Country Club. All are welcome.
In this issue:
- Annual Meeting Invite
- President’s Message
- A Deck Too Far
- They Travel by Night
- Library Corner
- Canyon Cleanups
- Real Estate News
- And a Love Letter to the Canyon
Leticia Gonzalez, Chevy Chase Estates Association director, and Ken Batchelor have been honored by the Glendale Fire Department for going above and beyond in their hard work to clear dried brush, a.k.a. fire fuel, from around their neighborhood and community. They both organized the event and did the hard slash and clear labor to make our canyon a little bit safer.
Watch them in action in the video below. Their team included Glendale Fire, The California Conservation Corps, The Glendale Youth Alliance, your neighbors and CCEA board members. Well done, Leticia!
Merry Christmas from the CCEA
Is your home here? Can you find your neighbor’s?
Click upper right to see full-sized photos.
Homes were photographed at random and some we miss. We also try to find new displays. If your house has been overlooked, perhaps it can be found in the lights of years past below. Enjoy these beautiful canyon treasures, Merry Christmases (Glendale is so cool, we celebrate two, the 25th and the 6th.), Happy Holidays, and a very Happy New Year from your neighbors at the CCEA.