El Sereno Community Coordinating Council (ESCCC)


The El Sereno Bungalows Collective


Members: Lis Barajas, Jonathan Barrales, Iris De Anda, Angela Flores, Hector Flores, Joe Parker, Jeffery Perez

El Sereno Chamber of Commerce


El Sereno Historical Society


Boy Scouts, Troop 139, South Pasadena


(possibly other local troops in North Star district - http://www.boyscoutsla.org/website/North_Star/home.htm)

El Sereno Community Garden


NELA Greenspace

An organization dedicated to preserving green space in Northeast Los Angeles

TERA (The Eagle Rock Association)


Walk Eagle Rock


CLAW (Citizens For Los Angeles Wildlife)

CLAW works to protect and restore the environments of wildlife of Los Angeles and California from dwindling open spaces. Their mission is to promote, educate and protect the fundamental importance of wildlife, wildlife habitats and wildlife corridors.

Council for Watershed Health

The Watershed Council is an organization that objectively and reliably connects the diverse water community in Los Angeles through applied research and analysis in order to influence public policy in pursuit of watershed health. Their mission is to enhance the economic, social, and ecological health of the region's watersheds.

Cultivate Los Angeles


From Lot to Spot




The LA Fund

The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education was formed in the summer of 2011 by LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy and philanthropist Megan Chernin.

LA Neighborhood Land Trust

The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education was formed in the summer of 2011 by LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy and philanthropist Megan Chernin.

Living Streets LA


Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

Launched in 2002, The Neighborhood Land Trust creates urban parks and gardens in the Los Angeles region. They work on creating, renovating and opening area parks and gardens.

RePower LA


Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy is an agency of the state of California, founded in 1980 and dedicated to the acquisition of land for preservation as open space, for wildlife and California native plants habitat Nature Preserves, and for public recreation activities.

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority


570 West Avenue 26 Suite 100 Los Angeles, CA 90065 USA 323-221-9944 323-221-9934

California State Park and Recreation Commission


LA-32 Neighborhood Council


Million Trees Los Angeles


200 N Spring St. M154 Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA 213-978-0745

Plan for Healthy Los Angeles

The Plan for Healthy Los Angeles aims to create healthy communities where residents can thrive. Recognizing that health happens within neighborhoods, the City of Los Angeles wants to build communities where the healthiest choice is the easiest choice.

Fuego Tech

Fuego Tech Fire Rangers mission is to help young adults from the Los Angeles area to increase their self-esteem and image by providing a positive social circle of discipline through education, job training, life skills development classes, and experiential wildfire prevention and abatement training.

re:code LA

The Los Angeles City Planning Department is working to modernize the city's code by creating a web-based zoning code, a quick-reference guide to land use and development regulations, and a unified downtown development code.

Farmdale Elementary

Farmdale Elementary School is a Los Angeles Unified School District and International Baccalaureate World school in El Sereno for students in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and grades one through five.

El Sereno Middle School

El Sereno Middle School is a Los Angeles Unified School District junior high school in El Sereno for students in grades six, seven, and eight.

Wilson High School

Woodrow Wilson High School is a Los Angeles Unified School District high school in El Sereno that opened in 1970.

Community Beacon

A free, bilingual, monthly community news and information publication serving the El Sereno and Lincoln Heights communities.

Our Town El Sereno

A local magazine profiling people and items of interest in and around El Sereno.