The Crescenta Valley Station is part of the larger Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. This station provides law…More enforcement for La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Montrose, Lake View Terrace and parts of the Angeles National Forest. Captain David Silversparre oversees this station.
Detective services, police reports and traffic complaints and questions are handled here.
Crescenta Valley Station has a large volunteer program, where citizens of the community can take part in "non-hazardous duties," such as assisting officers on patrol, school watch, arson watch, detective support, neighborhood watch, business watch, radar trailers, front desk staffing, clergy council and "caring arms" (transporting children to the station until a relative or agency can take custody of them.)
Crescenta Valley Station is also home to one of the largest Explorer Programs in the country. The Explorer Program trains youth considering a career in law enforcement. Deputy Explorers are able to ride along with Deputies on patrol and are trained to assist officers with "non-hazardous" duties such as crime reports, crowd control, finger printing and office phones.
Crescenta Valley Park 3901 Dunsmore Ave, La Crescenta, CA91214 This sprawling 32-acre park is diverse in its community offerings. There are two playgrounds, a walking trail with…More exercise stations, a lighted baseball diamond and a basketball court. There is a large picnicking area with open and covered picnic tables, as well as an indoor and outdoor kitchen. There is adequate space for group camping and a multipurpose community room. In addition, Crescenta Valley Park offers 350 gnarled oak trees and native California flora and fauna.