The Foundation for the Preservation of the Santa Susana Mountains
is working to protect and enhance the Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park
The Foundation organized the park's first-ever Santa Susana Trails Day on May 19, 2012 with over 100 attendees, many first time visitors. Assemblymember Bob Blumenfield presented the Foundation with a State Assembly Certificate of Recognition for its "extraordinary commitment and dedication to the Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park."
The Foundation for the Preservation of the Santa Susana
Mountains (the Foundation) was formed in May 1974 as a charitable organization
qualified under IRS §501(c)(3) to support the acquisition of land identified as
ideal property for a state park in the Santa Susana Mountains and Simi
Hills. The Foundation was successful in acquiring land, and
ultimately facilitated the purchase of 670 acres for what is now the Santa
Susana Pass State Historic Park.