Rosemont Preserve Overview

Preserving this land in 2012 effectively doubled the amount of available green space in La Crescenta. Thanks to Supervisor Antonovich and the County of Los Angeles, Bank of America, Crescenta Valley Group of the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, First Pacific Advisors, LLC, Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley, La Crescenta Women’s Club, Montrose-La Crescenta Kiwanis Club, San Fernando Valley Audubon Society and Wells Fargo, along with 251 individuals who gave generously to help secure the land for the Rosemont Preserve in 2011 and 2012. Thanks to the Crescenta Valley community for its tremendous support.

And we offer a special thank you to Terry Villanueva. She suggested that we purchase the property from her at a substantial discount. During the closing celebration at the Rosemont Preserve Terry was overheard to say “this is the happiest day of my life!” Well Terry, you’ve made our community happy for years to come – we are eternally grateful!

AFC created an advisory committee to steward the land and conduct programs for the local community. To get involved with the preserve, email the Friends of the Rosemont Preserve at [email protected].

Rosemont Preserve Map & Directions

Rosemont Preserve Map

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Directions: Exit La Crescenta Avenue off 210 fwy, proceed north to Foothill Blvd., turn right to Rosemont Avenue, turn left.  The Preserve is located at the top of Rosemont Avenue, parking is available at Two Strike Park, 5107 Rosemont Avenue (google map).Click edit button to change this text.

There is a trail approximately 1/3 mile in length across mostly flat terrain – an easy hike. Out of deference to the wildlife, no dogs are allowed. Any questions? Contact [email protected].