Everything Toluca Lake

Just as the title says, this is dedicated to the community of Toluca Lake. Whether it be upcoming events, past events, history… if it relates to Toluca Lake, it will be here. If you know of anything pertinent to Toluca, feel free to contact us. Steve is also a contributing editor for the Toluca Times, so we can include an article there also for anything newsworthy!

Neighborhood Watch Meeting – Feb 28

February 11, 2017

Toluca Lake Annual Neighborhood Watch Meeting. Pizza and potluck! Guest speakers include Councilmember David Ryu, Neighborhood Prosecutor Diego Edber, LAPD Captain Don Graham and LAPD Captain Brian Whitten.

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Sleeping in Vehicle Enforcement – Map of Toluca Lake

February 7, 2017

Sleeping overnight in cars in LA will be enforced starting today. For more information see la.curbed.com/2017/2/6/14522644/l… If you have any questions reach out to our Sr. Lead Officer, John Antonioli (36968@lapd.online) or Diego H. Edber, Deputy City Attorney and Neighborhood Prosecutor, North Hollywood Division (Diego.Edber@lacity.org)

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Commemoration of the Treaty of Cahuenga – Campo De Cahuenga

January 1, 2017

Time-travel back to 1847 for this momentous Living History event. Witness the proceedings “in the moment” in the surroundings of the very place where General Andres Pico and Lt. Colonel John C. Fremont placed their signatures on the document ending hostilities and bringing peace with honor between the American forces and Californios under Mexican Rule.

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Toluca Lake rings in the season with Annual Holiday Open House street party

December 19, 2016

Up and down Riverside Drive, holiday music could be heard in front of the many shops, including a 20-piece ukulele ensemble. Every year the Village of Toluca Lake ushers in the Holidays with its Annual Holiday Open House, hosted by…

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Toluca Lake Holiday Open House Photos

December 2, 2016

View Jessica Sterling’s photographs of the December 2nd Toluca Lake Holiday Open House.

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LA City Council approves $1.4-billion plan to fix crumbling sidewalks

November 28, 2016

It could take up to 30 years for Los?Angeles to fix its backlog of buckled and broken sidewalks, according to a $1.4 billion repair program approved Wednesday. But for homeowners and businesses who can’t wait, the city will now offer thousands of dollars in construction rebates to help pay for out-front sidewalk makeovers.

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L. A. Times Neighborhood Spotlight:
Toluca Lake is a homey backdrop for Hollywood elite

November 26, 2016

One of the toniest celebrity addresses in Los Angeles gets its name from what was once an unassuming spring-fed marsh in a far-flung corner of land baron John Lankershim’s vast rancho in early San Fernando Valley.

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Holiday Tea & Gift Show

November 22, 2016

Vendors: Jeanice’s Art Glass, Divine Chocolates, G. Marie Tree Skirts, Stockings & Pillows, Michelle Marie Antiques & Collectibles, Theresa and Liz’s Jewelry Collection, Mitch’s Holiday Cards.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit “Providence Saint Joseph Healing Arts Program”

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Please Voice Your Support for Threatened Bob and Dolores Hope Estate

November 16, 2016

This Thursday, the City’s Cultural Heritage Commission (CHC) will vote on whether to recommend designating the Bob and Dolores Hope Estate as a Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM). Councilmember David Ryu filed an emergency motion to

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Group Play Dates

October 25, 2016

Are you looking to connect with other moms in your neighborhood and set up a Group Play Date with other kids in the same age group? Do you want to socialize your kids and give them the opportunity to develop early friendships with other kids in your neighborhood?

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