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Hacienda Heights Churches

Below is an alphabetical list of churches in Hacienda Heights. If the church has a website, the name of the church will be a link to that website. The church address is also a link, but those links will take you to Google Maps to show you where the church is located. If you are on a cell phone, the church can be phoned by taping the displayed phone number. I have attempted to call each church, with varying results. The “Status*” column indicates my experience when calling the phone number (if available). See the key at the bottom of the table to understand the Status codes. Please feel free to contact us with any information you may have regarding churches in our community. Thanks.

  Name- Links to Website Address- Links to Google (Ca. 91745)
Phone Status*
1 Aletheia Christian Church 1655 Stimson Avenue, Hacienda Heights (626) 999-7513 V
2 Calvary Chapel of Hacienda 15786 La Subida Dr, Hacienda Heights (626) 961-9404 V
3 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 16750 Colima Rd, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-5655 RNA
4 Church Of The Valley 824 Jarrow Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 369-9032 F
5 Congregational Church Nursery 15750 Los Altos Dr, Hacienda Heights (626) 968-3611 WN
6 Dorcas Family Ministry 15454 Gale Ave Ste C, Hacienda Heights (626) 968-5676 OOS
7 Evangelical Formosan Church 2245 S Hacienda Blvd, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-2634 V
8 Faith Chapel Capilla De Fe 1145 S Hacienda Blvd, Hacienda Heights (626) 919-4685 V
9 Family Christian Center Apostolic Church 15002 Clark Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 369-6511 OOS
10 First Baptist Church 1157 Galemont Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-3470 V
11 First Filipino-American 1415 9th Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 336-6566 V
12 Hacienda Heights Asamblea de Dios 2531 Vallecito Dr, Hacienda Heights (562) 698-7207 OOS
13 Hacienda Heights Christian Church 15716 Tetley St, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-8636 OOS
14 Hacienda Heights Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2120 S Stimson Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-4356 V
15 Hacienda Heights St. Matthews 15653 Newton St, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-6656 V
16 Hacienda Heghts Baptist Church 2100 S Stimson Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 336-4414 V
17 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church/Preschool 15710 Newton St, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-9017 V
18 Hsi Lai Temple 3456 Glenmark Dr, Hacienda Heights (626) 961-9697 V
19 Immanuel Taiwanese Church 3118 La Plata Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-3354 OOS
20 Jehovha's Witnesses 14437 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-0814 V
21 Lighthouse of Faith 1157 Galemont Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-1654 V
22 Los Angeles Crown Korean 15518 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights None N/A
23 Saint John Vianney Church 1345 Turnbull Canyon Rd, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-2269 V
24 Shalom Korean Cmty Church 15786 LA Subida Dr, Hacienda Heights None N/A
25 Shepherd Of The Valley Presbyterian Church 1723 Park Lawn Rd, Hacienda Heights (626) 965-7056 V
26 Spring Of Living Water Church 17018 Colima Rd Apt 62, Hacienda Heights (626) 810-2386 OOS
27 St Mark Lutheran Church 2323 Las Lomitas Dr, Hacienda Heights (626) 961-2486 V
28 St Mark's Chinese Lutheran Church 807 Turnbull Canyon Rd, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-1643 RNA
29 St Thomas' Episcopal Church 15694 Tetley St, Hacienda Heights (626) 330-7649 VM?
30 The Church In Hacienda Heights 1339 S Hacienda Blvd, Hacienda Heights (626) 333-5044 RNA
31 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1415 Turnbull Canyon Rd, Hacienda Heights (626) 968-7749 RNA
32 United Chinese Christian Church 16152 Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights (626) 961-1659 V

* V= Verified- a good phone number; RNA= Ring No Answer; VM?= Voice Mail without an introductory message; OOS= Out Of Service; N/A= Not Applicable- no phone number; F= Fax Machine

City of Industry Lions Club

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CITY OF INDUSTRY LIONS CLUB

Serving City of Industry, La Puente and Hacienda Heights
15835 Main Street La Puente, California 91744
626.968.0528

CITY OF INDUSTRY LIONS CLUB
FOUNDED 1987

Lions International began in 1917 and is the world's largest most
active service organization with 1.35 million men and women.

Our local Lions Club is making a difference in the communities
of Hacienda Heights, La Puente and City of Industry.

We are looking for a few good members.

Monies earned through projects are return to your community
and for needs of others.

We meet at 6:30 pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month
at Casa Blanca Mexican Restaurant, 15911 E. Gale Avenue
Hacienda Heights.

QUESTIONS? Contact Lion Vali ~ Cell 626.824.8384 or Lion
Bob ~ Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"WE Care, We Serve, We Accomplish"
Chartered September 15,1987

Coyotes

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Department of Agricultural Commissioner / Weights & Measures

COYOTES


OUR PERMANENT NEIGHBORS


COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

A permanent strand of the beautiful tapestry of nature woven through many of our Los Angeles County neighborhoods is the highly resourceful and adaptable coyote. Revered in time-honored legend and folklore, coyotes are an important, ongoing presence in our modern communities.
     Coyotes help keep the urban ecosystem in balance, as their primary diet consists of small rodents such as mice, rats, and squirrels. However, coyotes aren't finicky; they'll eat rabbits, raccoons, birds, insects, berries and other fruit, vegetables, human garbage and compost, outdoor pet food, and small, unprotected pets.
     You may be fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of these fascinating native mammals while enjoying a vigorous hike on a remote trail or when taking a relaxing stroll on a paved suburban sidewalk.
     Coyotes look much like dogs and are brownish-gray with a light gray to reddish cream-colored belly, slender muzzle, bushy tail, and weigh anywhere from 15 to 40 pounds.
     Coyotes are at home in a variety of habitat types and will raise their young in brush, under downed trees, and even in culverts. Coyotes are monogamous and can be found as lone individuals, pairs, or members of packs. Typically, only the dominant pair breeds and produces one litter per year. Breeding occurs between January and March, with a gestation period of 62 days. Litters range from 4-7 pups and the young will remain with the parents, learning how to hunt, until late summer.
     While coyotes are most active between dusk and dawn, they can be seen at any time of the day. Generally shy and wary of humans, they can also be quite curious and will often observe human activity from what they perceive to be a safe distance. This behavior is normal and part of peaceful coexistence.
     Problems may result if humans - intentionally or not - teach coyotes to be dependent on humans. As tempting as it can be, it is important that humans never attempt to feed a coyote. Coyotes have adequate food sources and the species will survive without our help. It is also critical for peaceful coexistence that coyotes never learn to associate people with food.
     Coyote attacks on humans are very rare, but when they have happened, they have usually involved a coyote that has become accustomed to seeking food from humans instead of continuing to exhibit normal, beneficial coyote behavior. In such situations, they lose their natural meekness and become demanding and even aggressive.
     Humans have unintentionally taught individual coyotes to become dependent on humans by providing accessible garbage cans, compost bins, outdoor pet bowls, and free- roaming pets.
     Unattended pets are no different to a coyote from any other animal in their territory. Without human protection, pets may be treated like potential prey or competition for resources.
     Teach your children that they should never approach coyotes or other wild animals. Never leave your children unattended at locations where coyotes have been known to roam. Check your yard before letting pets outdoors, and close and secure pet doors after dark.

If you have taken the precautions we list here and are still experiencing coyote problems, contact your city offices, or, if you're in an unincorporated community within Los Angeles County, contact us at
(626) 575-5462.


 Coyotes will be less likely to dwell on your property the more of these steps you take:

  1. Keep garbage cans closed and secure; do not leave filled plastic trash bags out at night and put your garbage out the morning of pick-up.
  2. Keep small pets indoors (especially overnight) and keep pet food indoors or promptly remove dishes when pets complete their meal outside.
  3. Pick up fallen fruit and cover compost piles.
  4. Put away bird feeders at night to avoid attracting rodents and other coyote prey.
  5. Clear brush and dense weeds from around your property.
  6. Have a wall or fence at least six feet high around your backyard, with extenders facing outward at the top of each post. Fences must have secure gates. All fences should have a galvanized wire apron buried at least 4 to 6 inches into the ground, which extends out from the fence at least 15 to 20 inches and is securely attached at the bottom of the fence.
  7.  Share this information with your neighbors.

A listing of animal control and welfare agencies in Los Angeles County is available on our website:

acwm.lacounty.gov

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO IF...

You See a Coyote: Enjoy the beauty of these ambassadors of nature. Simply seeing a coyote is not a problem, especially if the coyote keeps its distance. DO NOT offer food or anything else to a coyote. Even if you love to see coyotes, do not let them know it; it goes to their heads. It is important to keep them cautious and wary of humans. Never ignore, turn your back on, or run from a coyote. Carry a walking stick or noisemaker at night or during an early morning walk, and be ready to use them. Keep your pets next to you on a leash if they are with you.

A Coyote Approaches You: Make eye contact. Don't let coyotes intimidate or scare you. Coyote attacks on adult humans are very rare and are not routine coyote behavior. If you are walking a small dog, picking it up may protect your dog, though an unusually aggressive coyote may bite you while trying to get to your pet. You should look and sound as big and authoritative as possible. Scare or appear threatening to coyotes with claps, shouts, loud noises, bright lights and waving your arms. Do not hesitate to pick up small objects, such as a tennis ball or a light stone, and throw it at an approaching coyote. If a water hose is close, spray the coyote with it. Do not turn your back on a coyote; to get away, face the coyote and carefully back away slowly.

A Coyote Attacks: Call 9-1-1 if a coyote or other wild animal is threatening or attacking a human.


 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Department of Agricultural Commissioner / Weights & Measures


acwm.lacounty.gov

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT
(626) 575-5462

Headquarters Office
12300 Lower Azusa Road
Arcadia, CA 91006
Voice: (626) 575-5471
Fax: (626) 442-2847

South Gate Office
11012 South Garfield Avenue
South Gate, CA 90280
Voice: (562) 622-0402
Fax: (562) 861-0278

This information is available in alternative formats.


For further assistance:
TDD (626) 575-5520
Voice: (626) 575-5471
Fax: (626) 442-2847

June 2013

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