Planning Process 2017-12-14T23:23:56+00:00

PLANNING PROCESS

Community input is important to improving the Lower LA River!  There are many ways to provide input and be involved in the process.  The monthly Working Group meetings are open to the public, and public engagement activities occur throughout the Lower LA River.  Check out the upcoming meetings and events on our calendar and/or provide input on the Draft Plan here.

The schedule and planning process for the Lower LA River Revitalization Plan (Plan) are organized around three primary phases:

  • Project Organization
  • Concept Plan Development
  • Draft and Final Plan

The appointed Working Group has formed committees that will address issues related to economics, health, equity, safety, accessibility, connectivity, green space, transportation, water, and environment. The Working Group created three committees to focus on specific segments of the Lower LA River (City of Vernon to Rio Hondo Confluence, Rio Hondo Confluence to Compton Creek Confluence, and Compton Creek Confluence to LA River Outlet) and five Plan Element Committees to develop the components of the Plan. Three of the Plan Element Committees set up specific goals and objectives to guide how the Plan is completed in order to meet the lower LA River communities’ needs and guide the future implementation of the Plan. See the committees with links below to see the goals and objectives.

Plan Element Committees

The Working Group meets monthly to provide input and direction for the development of the Plan, and the committees meet every other month to focus on specific topics of the Plan.  Community outreach events designed to engage and gather input from the local communities started in Winter 2016 and are ongoing through Winter 2017.  The Plan is scheduled to be completed in 2018.

The Plan identified over 200 opportunity areas within the Lower LA River study area. Of these opportunities, twelve have been identified to conduct feasibility studies, which includes four templates, one policy, and seven projects.

Templates

– guidelines and conceptual components to be applied throughout the study area where applicable.

Policy

– community stabilization toolkit to assist the cities with addressing issues such as gentrification and displacement.

  • Community Stabilization Toolkit

Projects

– improvements to site specific destinations to revitalize the lower LA River corridor.

Provide your input on our  draft plan.

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