In 1976 Mt. Baldy, an unincorporated town with no representative civic government body, established San Antonio Canyon Town Hall (SACTH) as a non-profit 501(c)(4) to not only represent the Mt. Baldy citizens, but also act as a necessary liaison between various government agencies. It had no taxing or law-making authority; therefore, any money it spent would have to be generated by its members, and it was for this reason that SACTH was offered and accepted the Mt. Baldy Run-to-the-Top as its sole fundraiser.
Town Hall is currently supporting the Mt. Baldy Community Association, a nonprofit organization established to fund the remodeling of the former ranger barracks located in the Mt. Baldy village. Once completed, the site will be home to the local museum. An artist’s rendering of the planned site is pictured here.