Garfield Heights, named in 1904, is the jewel in the crown of northwest Pasadena, California.
Architecturally diverse, the neighborhood boasts Craftsman, Queen Anne, Foursquare, and Spanish Colonial Revival homes designed by such imminent architects as Greene & Greene, Frederick Louis Roehrig, Meyer and Holler, Arthur Benton, and Sylvanus Marston. Many of the area's homes, built between 1890 and 1920, exude the sense of grace that permeates the district today.
The Garfield Heights Neighborhood Association (GHNA) represents the residents of over 400 homes located within its boundaries: Marengo Avenue on the west (both sides of the street), Washington Boulevard on the north (the south side of street only), Los Robles Avenue on the east (the west side of the street only), and Mountain Avenue on the south (the north side of street only.)
The annual Block Party and the bi-annual Home Tour are popular neighborhood traditions organized by the GHNA.
As proud as the residents of Garfield Heights are of its beautiful historic architecture, we treasure even more the friendships and ties between neighbors.
2021 Board Members
Chair: Lisa Mann
Vice Chair: Kevin Polizzotto
Secretary: Monette Velasco
Treasurer: Jen Harmon
Members-at-Large: Martha Colburn, Jason Johnson, Martha Gaddy Little, Itza Mari, Danny Parker, Jura Slattery, Cindy Stone
Art: Martha Colburn
Beautification & Historic Preservation: Martha Gaddy Little
Block Party: Lisa Mann and Carmen Roberts
Communication: Jason Johnson
Disaster Preparedness: Cindy Stone
Fundraising: Kevin Polizzotto and Jen Harmon
GHNA Cook Book: Michelle Kuper
Home Tour: Steven A. Preston and Sandra Clark-Davis
Neighborhood Support: Jura Slattery
Safety & Crime: TBD
Social Events: Jura Slattery
Welcome Wagon: Jennifer Delaney
GHNA representative to Pasadena Neighborhood Network: Cindy Stone (interim)
GHNA Representative to Pasadena Historic Preservation Commission: Fred Pickel
These committees need your help. Email email@example.com and express your interest. Your email will be forwarded to the appropriate committee chair. The work they do is fun and makes a significant positive impact on the neighborhood. Get involved. You'll be glad you did!