Project goals are to restore the park’s natural habitat, increase tree canopy, install low impact vegetative systems that mimic natural hydrologic patterns, improve air and water quality, provide key learning and stewardship opportunities, and attract community members to use the park.
Thousands of native trees, grasses and perennials will be planted to restore the park’s native flora and fauna; newly built stormwater retention elements along the natural topography of the park will hold stormwater and allow for infiltration to replenish groundwater; amenities such as vista points, natural rock seating and improved trails will enhance park user experience.
This project aims to make a lasting difference to the community by helping preserve one of the last remaining natural open spaces in Los Angeles.
Project Funded by:
Proposition 84 -Through the Urban Greening for Sustainable Communities Program
c/o The California Natural Resources Agency
4371 Multnomah St, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Project Manager: Theresa Rossoff