City of La Habra Heights Newsletter
La Habra Heights Improvement Assoc. is NOT part of the city and receives no city funding. The city has a great way for residents to keep up to date on La Habra Heights City news with their GuacTalk newsletter. To sign up the the email newsletter please click here. You can also get notified of all LHH Fire emergency calls with the Pulse Point app. To download the app click here.
4-H is a national organization for youth ages 5-19, that promotes hands-on learning and is based on parent and volunteer participation. Hilltoppers, the La Habra Heights branch of 4-H, is run through the University of California. Meetings are held at La Habra Heights Community Center. Meetings are held the 3rd Monday from September through June at 7 pm. For info contact club leaders Diane Heathman, 562/697-5667 or Michelle Kuester at 714/992-6831. http://www.oc4h.org/communityclubs/lhh/
Festival of Fine Arts
The Festival of Fine Arts has been held each year the last week of February to celebrate the fine arts – art, sculpture, pottery, weaving, jewelry, photography, metal sculpture, woodworking, music and entertainment. Started in 1960 at Hillcrest Congregational Church, the festival is now one of the premier juried art shows in the West, with over 10,000 people attending each year. http://hillcrestartsfestival.org/
Hacienda Golf Club
Hacienda Golf Club has undergone a major re-building and had their Grand Opening in early September 2006. For more information visit their web site at www.haciendagolfclub.com
Highland Riders, the La Habra Heights equestrian club founded in 1961, has catered to both adult and junior rider needs, and has held four horse shows at The Park each year. An annual banquet awards year end trophies for both English and Western high point winners, as well as Service Awards for individuals providing outstanding service to the club and the community. Join their Facebook page.
Hurricanes Swim Team
The Hurricanes swim team from Hacienda Country Club typically swims six swim meets each summer, providing support and training for youths age 4 to 18. In August trophy winners for the summer events are announced. Registration information can be obtained from Frank Cordiero at (562) 694-1081.
Los Compadres Men’s Club
Los Compadres of La Habra Heights is a mens club that meets approximately eight times each year to discuss local issues and current affairs. About half the time, ladies are invited for special events, which have included wine country tours, concerts and travel. Each April the club hosts the Student Awards Banquet and Scholarship Awards, which honors graduating senior students living in the Heights for outstanding scholastic achievement, and community service. For information contact John Powers at (562) 690-3918.
Fido Come Home
Fido Come Home is dedicated to try and return your family pet to you as soon as possible. Accidents happen and dogs escape. Fido Come Home wants to help assist you in your efforts to find and reunite you with your lost pet here in La Habra Heights. https://www.facebook.com/LaHabraHeightsFidoComeHome
La Habra Heights Fire Explorer Program
For More info on the LHH Fire Explorers
Boy Scouts Troop 1814
Meals on Wheels
National Charity League
Boys & Girls Club
American Youth Soccer Organization
Girls Softball Association
La Habra Little League
Pop Warner boys and girls
4-H Dog Project
Whittier Area Community Church Youth Sports Leagues
City Web Site:
LHH Co. Water District:
L.A. County Animal Control:
Lost Animal Network:
City Hall hours:
8:00 - 11:00 a.m. & 2 - 4:00 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday; closed Friday-Sunday.
La Habra Heights City Council