Updated La Brea Corridor Planning Study Presentation and Workshop schedule

5 09 2014

We are looking forward to presenting the La Brea Corridor Planning Study to community members and stakeholders. Join us as we re-envision a 2 mile corridor along S. La Brea Ave. Community participation on this project can not be stressed enough…success is determined by the involvement of the community. In the end, this planning study will be a reflection of the needs and vision of all of the adjacent and surrounding communities. Although this is simply a vision plan, it can become the catalyst for the transformation of this important corridor in South Los Angeles.

 

View of S. La Brea Avenue, Jim Gilliam Recreation Center, and the Baldwin Village neighborhood from Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area.

View of S. La Brea Avenue, Jim Gilliam Recreation Center, and the Baldwin Village neighborhood from Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area.

La Brea Corridor Planning Study

Community Outreach – Meeting Schedule

Aug-Oct 2014

Community Presentations:

Saturday, September 6 @ 9:30am

Empowerment Congress West Area Neighborhood Development Council (ECWANDC)

Crenshaw United Methodist Church

Wednesday, September 16 @ 7pm

Victoria – Sanchez – Sycamore Block Club

Village Green, Community Room

 

Wednesday, September 17 @ Presentation Time @ 6pm (5:30-7:30pm)

Baldwin Village Community in Action

Jim Gilliam Recreation Center

 

Wednesday, September 17 Presenting @ 7pm (5:30-7:30pm)

Baldwin Village Gardens Homeowners Association

Baha’i Center, Room A

 

Community Workshops:

Wednesday, September 24, 6-8pm

Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

Wednesday, October 15, 6-8pm

Baldwin Hills Public Library

 We are looking forward to the many presentations and workshops scheduled for the next two months. Please join us to find out more about the La Brea Corridor Planning Study and how you can be involved in the planning 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: http://labreacorridorplanningstudy.wordpress.com/  (La Brea Corridor Planning Study)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/labreacorridorplanningstudy  (La Brea Corridor Planning Study)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LBCPS_NET  (LBCPSgreenbelt)

Email: LBCPS@northeasttrees.org

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