By FormLA Staff: The holidays present distinctive erosion related challenges for the Arroyo and Foothill communities of Los Angeles. In 2003, the area experienced property-damaging mudslides on Christmas Day, and 2009 also saw significant rainy season slides.
This year, neighbors and community members united to prevent future wildfires and mudslides, disasters often considered natural.
Sierra Madre Weekly. November 18, 2015: Thank you Community Planting Day volunteers! Over 75 volunteers from around the community gathered at City Hall last to help add new life to the landscapes surrounding the City’s public buildings. Planting day volunteers included a rich mix of young children, adults, and seniors all eager to lend their talents to the project. Working together, they installed nearly 300 plants in just two and half hours.