United States Post Office 3300 Foothill Blvd, La Crescenta, CA91214 This USPS location is massive, with several mailboxes outside for quick sends and more shipping and mailing options…More (including shipping supplies for sale) on the inside. P.O. boxes are along the interior, as are passport applications. Credit cards are accepted and prepaid packages are available. Parking is free.
United States Postal Service 2100 Montrose Ave, Montrose, CA91020 This United States Postal Service post office is located in the heart of historic downtown Montrose. It offers shipping…More and receiving mail, post office boxes, passport services, change of address forms and mail hold. Of course, it also sells postage stamps at the counter and through a stamp machine.
COPPS Police Substation 3808 Ocean View Blvd, Montrose, CA91020 This COPPS Police Substation in Montrose is located on Ocean View Boulevard. The COPPS is a Community Police Partnership…More consisting of volunteers trained to assist the local police department with crime alerts, writing parking tickets, fingerprinting, neighborhood watch, community outreach and more. For fingerprinting services, call ahead to be sure a representative is on site to be of assistance. To learn more about this Police Substation and the COPPS, call the provided telephone number.
Pacific Coast Locators 2702 Alabama St, La Crescenta, CA91214 Pacific Coast Locators specializes in utility locating, sub-surface radar and vacuum excavation services. The company's…More clients are primarily oil and gas companies, local and federal governments and construction companies.
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.</p>
<p>Detective services, police reports and traffic complaints and questions are handled here.</p>
<p>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.)</p>
<p>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.</p>