Mountain Cove, CA 91702 


 Mountain Cove

    
    Established in 2002

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Mountain Cove Community

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MCSC Event Calendar

 

HOA

OFFICIAL HOA WEBSITE:
   Mtn. Cove HOA
  (Mtn. Cove Connect Resident)


 Mtn. Cove Social Committee

FirstService Residential:
   Direct:
   (909)579-6551

   24/7:
   (800)428-5588

   Office:
   (909)981-4131


Cities Towing:
   (626) 969-5921



72 Hour Safe List:
   (909) 981-4131


 Patrol Masters:
   (877) 648-0602
   (Add to safe list)

 

Community Links

 Mtn. Cove Shop

  Mtn. Cove Weather
 

Safety and Emergency


LA County Animal Services:
   (626)962-3577

 San Gabriel River Ranger District
   (626) 335-1251


Bear Proofing Your Home

 

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Good News, Neighbors!

FPAC

 

 

Success

Over the last month, with your help, we have mailed out over 1,600 of your letters to our governmental representatives, highlighting our concerns about encampments in the San Gabriel riverbed.  Congratulations to all who participated in this first campaign.  We definitely got their attention!

Feedback

Congresswoman Grace Napolitano’s office has been in contact and they are setting up a Zoom Conference with the representatives on our list to discuss the issue and answer questions for the community.  The date is yet to be confirmed, but the plan is mid-October.  We will have a limited number of community representatives present for the meeting, but we want to present them with as many good questions as possible in regards to the riverbed issue.

Let us know what you want to know!  Please email your questions A.S.A.P. to MTcoveFPAC@gmail.com so that we may print them and submit to the Congresswoman’s office in a timely manner.  The deadline for submitting questions is Thursday, October 1st.

The Next Step

Now we launch our second letter campaign.  Our first letter reached out to all of our representatives and emphasized our many concerns about the fire hazard of encampments in the San Gabriel riverbed.  This letter will be a very specific request, focusing on our Federal Representative, Congresswoman Grace Napolitano. She told us she needs as many as letters as possible with a specific request to show wide support for this when she brings this up in Congress.

We are writing Congresswoman Grace Napolitano to ask her to obtain funding, specifically earmarked for ongoing and continuous San Gabriel Valley riverbed sweeps and patrols by the Army Corps of Engineers. 

We want a permanent solution that is proactive and preventative, not a cleanup after the fact. 

These letters will not need postage as they will be collected and hand-delivered to her office.  All we ask for is your signature, printed name, and address.

We ask that you:

·Print one copy for each adult in your household to sign.  The letter is in two formats, Microsoft Word and a PDF file. You just need to choose the format that you prefer:

- You can find the letter as a Microsoft Word File Here

- You can find the letter as a PDF File Here

 

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Signed letters may be dropped off at the box in front of 33 Mountain Laurel Way in Mountain Cove, Azusa. At 33 Mountain Laurel, there will be pens and blank copies of the letters at this address if you are not able to print them at home.  You are welcome to come by, sign the letter, and drop it in the box provided.

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As another option, drop off the letter at the Azusa City Hall Monday-Thursday, 7 am - 5:30 pm and ask them to give it to Mayor Gonzalez. Then please email us to let us know so we can keep track of how many are sent: MtCoveFPAC@gmail.com

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Or, you can mail it directly to Representative Grace Napolitano, and then please let us know via email at MtCoveFPAC@gmail.com so that we can keep track of how many she received.

 




Thank you for helping people and making our community a safer place to live!























A Cove of Tranquility

Mountain Cove is beautiful, but what makes this community truly special are the people that live here. The residents of Mountain Cove make this community what it is. Our neighbors are more than just neighbors...they are friends. We especially appreciate it when our neighbors get involved in the community in which they live. We have several community events throughout the year.

Living in a natural cove of the foothills provides a vibrant community connection. In this niche, carved out by time and careful hand, Mountain Cove cradles a way of life: rustic, refined, a private habitat of natural tranquility.

Nature has created a special space amid the majesty of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument (aka: the Angeles National Forest). Mountain Cove's three collections are woven into a handsomely textured tapestry of community life. Paths within the neighborhoods connect one to another, linking you to friends and private recreation. A panoramic overlook takes you to the top of the community to enjoy a stunning view. The trails offer the natural refreshment of biking or hiking. And around the perimeter of Mountain Cove, the San Gabriel River winds through nature as it has for centuries. Like Nature herself, everything about Mountain Cove reveals a sense of balance, charm and enrichment.

Event Event Date Time Set-up
       
2020 Event Calendar
Egg Hunt   10:15am  
Music In The Cove   8:30pm-10:30pm  
Luau   6pm-9pm 
Halloween Town   6pm-8pm 
Cookie Exchange   2pm-5pm 
       
(The above scheduled dates are subject to change as necessary.)



 

 

 

 

Between the Earth & Sky
and the River & Forest
Lies A Special Place to Call Home
 

 

Being such a special place to live, it can be difficult to purchase a home here. Neighbors frequently get letters from realtors telling us that they have a specific buyer wanting to pay top dollar for our homes. The problem is, most of us love it here and don't want to leave. It is one of those very rare gems in the San Gabriel Valley that cannot be duplicated.

Located in one of the most beautiful and unique canyons in Southern California. Mountain Cove is located approximately 15 minutes East of Pasadena. It is a very special place to get away from the city without moving away from it. Every time you turn that bend into the canyon, you know that you have left the hectic pace of life in LA for a relaxing retreat that you can call home. Mountain Cove has over 320 homes. The homes were built by the Orange County division of Standard Pacific Homes which, after mergers, is now known as Lennar Homes with 3 developments:

Copperwoods (3,233-3,691 sq. ft.) Spanish, Cottage, Craftsman architecture.
Sagewoods (2,648-3,178 sq. ft.) Spanish, Traditional, Craftsman architecture.
Wildwoods (2,160-2,580 sq. ft.) Spanish, Traditional, Craftsman Bungalow architecture.

A total of 9 floor plans and 3 elevations for each floor plan with each having a variety of colors, bricks, and stone. Each development offered a different set of amenities. All homes are well built. The Sagewoods have higher basic standards that Wildwoods. The Copperwoods have higher basic standards than both Sagewoods and Wildwoods. It is also common for Mountain Cove homeowners to add many upgrades to their homes.

This private gated community is surrounded by the Angeles National Forest (wildlife), the San Gabriel River (water birds), and has Robert's (Seasonal) Creek running through it. It has its own community park, community Woods Lodge, pool, Jacuzzi, trails and community events.

During seasons with very heavy rain, we usually get natural waterfalls along the canyon walls of the Cove. It is a wonderful thing to see.

The San Gabriel River Bike Trail begins at Mountain Cove and goes all the way down to the Pacific Ocean.
 

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