Tujunga is a neighborhood of the city of Los Angeles California located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Many of the houses are near wooded areas and have a convenient access to major freeways. The homes have the luxuries of vacation homes and the freeway access that fits a urban lifestyle.
Tujunga has some of the lowest crime rates in the county. A relaxed, safe neighborhood, conveniently placed for access to Burbank studios, Pasadena, Downtown LA and many hiking routes. Tujunga is becoming an increasingly desirable place to live.
Though Sunland and Tujunga began as separate settlements, they are today linked through a single police station, branch library, neighborhood council, chamber of commerce, City Council district, and high school and various civic organizations. The merging of these communities under a hyphenated name goes back as far as 1928. Sunland-Tujunga contains the highest point of the city, Mount Lukens.
- Bolton Hall is a historic American Craftsman era stone building in Tujunga. Built in 1913, it was originally used as a community center for the Utopian community of Los Terrenitos. From 1920 until 1957, it was used as an American Legion hall, the San Fernando Valley’s second public library, Tujunga City Hall and a jail. In 1957, the building was closed. For more than 20 years, Bolton Hall remained vacant and was the subject of debates over demolition and restoration. Since 1980, it has been operated by the Little Landers Historical Society as a local history museum containing artifacts, photographs, documents, the old clock from the first Tujunga Post Office and memorabilia of Sunland-Tujunga and the foothill area.
- McGroarty Arts Center is Historic Cultural Monument No. 63 of the City of Los Angeles. It was built in 1923 by John McGroarty, poet, Los Angeles Times columnist, and author who served two terms as a Democratic congressman from California. The building now offers instruction in art, music and performance, exhibitions, and hosts cultural events.
- Angeles National Golf Club, at the base of the Angeles National Forest, is the only Nicklaus Design golf course in Los Angeles County and is an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course.
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Tujunga, Los Angeles, CA 91042, USA