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The CVCA exists because the Crescenta Valley is broken up into 4 political divisions.  And what happens in one of these divisions can greatly affect the quality of life in another division.  In the past, different political entities would not listen to you  if you lived in another division.  For example, if you live in unincorporated La Crescenta, the city of Glendale wouldn't listen to you - even though you are in the Glendale School District.  By pooling our common interests, we are trying to be heard, no matter where you live, work, pray, go to school, etc.

The CVCA is not designed nor intended to replace existing groups with concerns in the valley.  Instead we support them and work with them whenever possible.

These participating groups include:

V.O.I.C.E.: Glendale-Crescenta Volunteers Organized in Conserving the Environment (V.O.I.C.E.) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation formed in May 1997 in order to educate the public on environmental and conservation issues of importance to Glendale and the Crescenta Valley.

Verdugo Hills Golf Course Committee: Seeking a multi-jurisdictional purchase to preserve the Verdugo Hills Golf Course property in perpetuity and to expand its recreational opportunities.

CV Dogs: Helped create a dog park in the Crescenta Valley (Retired participating group)

Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley:  Our purpose is to investigate, record, and celebrate the history of CV.

Crescenta Valley Heritage: Started in June 2005 as the activist wing of the Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley.  Our purpose is to share information about the preservation of historical, cultural, and natural resources in the Crescenta Valley.

Crescenta Valley Arts Council: Dedicated to fostering a vibrant, thriving arts environment, wherein artistic expression is a priority and hallmark of community life in the Crescenta Valley (Retired participating group)

Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council: The Board consists of community stakeholders who meet, discuss, and prepare presentations about local needs to Los Angeles City governing bodies.