Another successful clean up from the Toluca Lake Chamber, Garden Club and HOA!!! Our group was small but mighty!!
Consider coming to our next cleanup on Saturday, November 27th at 8:00 am. Stay as long or as little as you want. We generally go about 90 minutes!
Job openings in the Toluca Lake Community are listed here. Full time, part time, Holiday help...
If you have a position you would like to have posted, send us the details and how you would like candidates to contact you.
California Grants and Other Information...
The Office of the Small Business Advocate announced new funding rounds for the California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program. The additional $1.5 billion expansion makes California’s small business relief program the largest in the country.
Shop Toluca Lake
Customers have been asking “what can we do to help our favorite small business?” Here are a few tips: Purchase gift cards today for use when you are comfortable using them. Order take out or delivery from your local restaurants.
On January 7th Toluca Lake lost a great friend, supporter, leader and cheerleader with the passing of Councilmember Tom LaBonge. Tom was a man of limitless energy and passion, who possessed a huge heart. He loved people. He loved Los Angeles. He loved Toluca Lake.
Thanking our Police
The Board of Directors of the Toluve Lake Chamber of Commerce on behalf of our members and the Toluca Lake Community want to thank all the Officers and police department personnel for the protection they provide that keeps our Community safe EVERY day and especially during this unpredictable time.
Toluca Lake's Fritz Coleman
Fritz Coleman may be retiring from his day job, but as he has only been the Honorary Mayor of Toluca Lake since the Fall of 1994; we will require he remain in his role for at least another 15 years to get our 40! Fritz has been a real friend to the Toluca Lake Chamber...
Tolucans can sagely help older adults and those with chronic health issues who are at higher risk from Covid-19 while limiting in-person contact. Ask how you can help...
A History of Toluca Lake
By 1923 Toluca Lake was blooming with walnut, apple and peach orchards. A group of investors purchased the Forman Toluca Ranch with the idea of creating a residential subdivision named Toluca Lake Park. Though the nearby Southern Pacific Railroad station was known as Lankershim Station, they had named the line the Toluca Flyer for its better known destination. Forman claimed the word Toluca was...