In the late summer of 1789, Spanish Conquistador Gaspar De Portola led an expedition of 64 men and 100 mules over what is now the Sepulveda Pass into a grassy valley bordered by gently rolling foothills and shaded by age-old oak trees. As Portola stopped just west of... Read more
They came from all branches of the military. Every war from WWII to Desert Storm.Dozens of veterans took part in the dedication of the new Calabasas Veterans Garden Tuesday. The garden sits among rose bushes behind city hall and features five plaques to represent... Read more
The City of Calabasas has announced a $4 million settlement with Southern California Edison to resolve wildfire claims resulting from the 2018 Woolsey Fire.Calabasas’ $4 million settlement is part of a larger $360 million settlement for a group of 23 public entities,... Read more
The LA Cultural Heritage Commission approved the historic designation of the Bothwell Ranch, the last major orange grove in the San Fernando Valley. Led by Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, this effort has galvanized community members and neighbors around saving this... Read more
Las Virgenes Road and the 101 ramps are open. The Calabasas Bark Park and surrounding trails are still closed as investigators continue their work at the helicopter crash site. You are urged to stay away from the area.