Crescenta Commons


Help us keep the Crescenta Commons clean and green:


Crescenta Commons located on the corner of Orange and Rosemont in La Crescenta is a small pocket park with benches a picnic table and beautiful drought tolerant landscaping. Donations from the community originally funded the project and the building was managed by the past President of the Crescenta Valley Town Council, Robbyn Battles, local architect Ines Chessum and community member Fred Laughrey. Hundreds of volunteers came out to help build the project. In late 2016, Robbyn Battles met with the County to have the management and ongoing maintenance moved to ASTER a non-profit Robbyn helped start 5 years ago where she continues to serve as President. The Crescenta Commons committee made up of several community members are responsible for the decisions and actual maintenance of the Commons. ASTER looks forward to sponsoring gardening classes, co-operative reading circles with Monte Vista Elementary as well as fundraisers in the near future. If you would like to learn more about the Commons or volunteering please contact Robbyn Battles 818-249-7492 or email her at Robbyn@Battlesrealestate.com

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  • Crescenta Commons Fundraiser
    On April 20th, 2017 The Crescenta Commons kids from Monte Vista Elementary held a fundraiser. The Crescenta Commons Kids are a group of 3rd, 5th and 6th graders that signed up to help care for the tiny pocket park next to their school, Crescenta Commons. The fundraiser was a huge success. The kids sold Krispy Kreme donuts. They raised over…

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    aster - April 27, 2017
  • New Flag Adorns Crescenta Commons
    Crescenta Commons, now maintained by ASTER, continues to have tremendous support from the community. The local American Legion and VFW have stepped in twice now to help maintain the American flag. The first flag was installed to acknowledge the 911 tribute sponsored by the local Crescenta Valley Chamber in 2014. The flag became tattered from the weather especially the high…

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    aster - February 5, 2017