PresentationS + Workshops + Surveys & Links


The S. La Brea Ave. corridor @ Jim Gilliam Recreation Center

The S. La Brea Ave. corridor @ Jim Gilliam Recreation Center

The meeting scheduled for Aug. 2nd has been postponed and is now scheduled for Sat. Sept. 6th @ 9:30am and will be a part of the ECWANDC Sept. agenda.
The following is the revised and updated community presentation and workshop scheduled for the next few months, please join us!
Community presentations are scheduled for:
Sat. September 6th @ 9:30amECWANDC town hall meeting
Wed. September 17th – (Back to back meetings are scheduled for this day) – Baldwin Village Gardens 5:30-7:30pm Baha’i Center room A & Baldwin Village Community in Action 5:30-7:30pm Jim Gilliam Recreation Center
Community Workshops are scheduled for:
Wed. September 24th @ 6-8pm – Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area meeting room
Wed. October 15th @ 6-8pm – Baldwin Hills Library
Thank you for following up, we look forward to having you join us throughout this process.
Here are the links to our blog, Facebook page, and Twitter account as well. Please explore them if you have the time, and share them if you can.
Blog:  (La Brea Corridor Planning Study)
Facebook:  (La Brea Corridor Planning Study)
Twitter: (LBCPSgreenbelt)
Online surveys for the project are now live…please fill one out and share the links if at all possible.
General Survey:
Educator/Student Survey:
Pedestrian/Bike Survey:
La Brea Corridor Planning Study Workshop Dates

La Brea Corridor Planning Study Workshop Dates

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One response to “PresentationS + Workshops + Surveys & Links

  1. Reblogged this on North East Trees and commented:
    North East Trees is working with the Baldwin Hills Conservancy on a grant given by the California Natural Resources Agency to work on the La Brea Corridor Planning Study. The project is focused on envisioning a greenbelt trail along the S. La Brea Ave. corridor between Exposition Blvd & Stocker St. in South Los Angeles. This urban trail would connect Jim Gilliam Recreation Center, Kenneth Hahn State Regional Park, and Norman O. Houston Park to surrounding communities and provide park access to neighborhoods who currently do not have access. We encourage participation from members of the Baldwin Hills, Leimert Park, West Adams, and all surrounding communities to participate in this planning study.

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