Alicia B: A 125 year old city. A small family town community that offers great activities: Arroyo Seco Golf course, Miniature Golf for kids and adults, Racket club, youth activity center that offers baseball, soccer, skateboard, archery for kids and adults, horseback riding classes and trails, archery, hiking trails,
A public school system, rated among the highest in the country. You can walk or bike safely through town during the day or night. On Thurs.4-8pm the Farmers Market comes alive in the Metro Station area and you can enjoy fresh produce, flowers, plants, music, snacks, bake goods, corn on the cob, food stands with great choices so you can spend the time relaxing with family and friends.
The town was designed so people can easily commute from downtown to your residence and you can find just about everything: art stores, antiques, clothing, children educational toy stores and places to eat from sandwiches to top cuisine restaurants. Among them is Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain a historical building, Busters and many international restaurants to satisfy every palate.
Conveniently located close to the Rose Bowl and next to it The Aquatic Center with its Olympic size swimming pool and Kids Space an interactive Museum for kids. The Rose Bowl and Garfield Park are also popular meeting places for many runners and bicyclists. Just 10 minutes from Old Town Pasadena, Norton Simon Museum, Huntington Library and 14 minutes to Downtown LA makes it an ideal city to live in.