La Habra Heights is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. La Habra Heights is a rural canyon community located on the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties. The zoning is 1-acre lots with a variety of home and ranch style properties. La Habra Heights features open space, no sidewalks, encouragement of animal husbandry. La Habra Heights has no commercial activity (stores, gas stations) with the exception of a small real estate office, a plant nursery, a private golf course and numerous home-based businesses. Hacienda Park is the main park in the city and runs along Hacienda Boulevard.
The community has one park "The Park" located on Hacienda Road, which is the center of community events. The city of La Habra Heights host the annual Avocado Festival. Community organizations such as The La Habra Heights Improvement Association host Music in the Park, Halloween Haunt, Breakfast with Santa, and the Easter Egg Hunt for the community. Highland Riders promote wholesome family equestrian recreation, education, fellowship and sportsmanship. We work to achieve this by providing equestrian sport and educational activities, and conducting horse shows, trail rides and other riding contests. There is a gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and a stage. Also, horse riding arena and practice corral. The Park offers a playground for kids, a Gazebo, and picnic tables.
There are no schools in La Habra Heights. Students who live in La Habra Heights are served by the Lowell Joint School District and the La Habra City School District and later the Fullerton Joint Union High School District. Students who live west of Hacienda Boulevard are directed to El Portal and Macy Elementary Schools (both in La Habra) and Rancho-Starbuck Intermediate School (in East Whittier). Students who live east of Hacienda Boulevard and the small unincorporated section of Los Angeles County north of Arbolita Drive are directed to Walnut, Ladera Vista, El Cerrito and Arbolita Elementary Schools (all in La Habra) and Washington Middle School (in La Habra). All students who live in La Habra Heights are directed to La Habra High School and Sonora High School (both in La Habra), though a small portion of homes off West Road are zoned to schools in the city of Whittier, which includes La Serna High School, Granada Middle School (in East Whittier), and Murphy Ranch Elementary school.
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