In January 1973, a small group of Tehachapi Area citizens, concerned with preserving the important historical sites, formed the Tehachapi Heritage League. Growing substantially since that time, we now have several hundred volunteer members and are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the education and presevation of the area history. There is no paid staff. All operating funds are through membership, donations and fund-raising activities.
The League supports the Tehachapi Museum and owns and restores the Errea House, the oldest structure in the City of Tehachapi. Membership is open to anyone.