This site describes the Glendora Bougainvillea, the largest growth of Bougainvillea in the United States. Planted at the turn of the century, the vines cover the lower portion of twenty-five, ninety-foot palm trees, stretching for 600 feet. Additional link: http://www.tclf.org/landslide/2007/bougainvillea/index.html
This Walking Tour of Downtown Glendora and environs is intended to foster awareness of the history and the built landscape of our community. The Glendora Historic Preservation Committee created this brochure.
Numbers to know (City Hall, Cable/Utilities, Chamber of Commerce, LA Co Fire Stations, Hospitals, Library, Newspaper, Police, Schools, Trash, and University/College); Demographics (Population, Ethnic breakdown, Estimated household income, Housing, Gender, Age); Industry & Employment, and City Council members.
Source: Los Angeles Newspaper Group.
This official map, released March 25, 1999, by the California Dept of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, is "to assist cities and counties in fulfilling their responsibilities for protecting the public safety from the effects of earthquake triggered ground failure as required by Seismic Hazards Mapping Act."
The purpose of the API (Academic Performance Index) is to measure the academic performance and growth of schools. A school’s score or placement on the API is an indicator of a school’s performance level. A school’s growth is measured by how well it is moving toward or past that goal.
Since 1998, the Stanford Achievement Test Series, Ninth Edition (Stanford 9), a multiple-choice test that allows comparisons to be made to a national sample of students, has been administered by all California school districts to students in grades 2 through 11.
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is unique among the nation's transportation agencies. It serves as transportation planner and coordinator, designer, builder and operator for one of the country's largest, most populous counties. More than 9.6 million people - nearly one-third of California's residents - live, work, and play within its 1,433-square-mile service area.
The proposed extension will continue the Metro Gold Line from its current terminus in East Pasadena through the cities of Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale, Azusa, Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont and Montclair. A trip from Montclair to downtown Pasadena would take a little over 40 minutes and further to Los Angeles would take approximately 75 minutes. It will offer shorter commuting trips, increased energy savings (estimated 1.5 million gallons of gasoline each year) and reduced levels of pollution (estimated 4 tons of carbon monoxide).
Foothill Transit now operates 36 fixed-route local, express and rail-feeder lines, covers 327 square miles, and serves 15 million customers each year. This number is up from 9.5 million at the time of Foothill Transit's original application.
We delivery services through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and out State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. We also have a presence in U.S. embassies around the globe. For the public, we are the "face of the government." The rich diversity of our employees mirrors the public we serve.