The Rio Hondo Confluence Area Project, also known as RHCAP, was identified in the 2018 Lower Los Angeles River Revitalization Plan and is located at a key opportunity site along the Lower Los Angeles River. Conceptual development is exploring options to connect communities to the RHCAP and create a key gathering place for Southeast Los Angeles.
Some of the various features being developed are:
- Improved multiuse paths and connectivity
- Restored habitat and open spaces
- Cultural arts center with amphitheater
- Vegetated river terraces and modified low flow channel
- Multiuse bridge parks to connect communities
One of the signature features of the RHCAP is to incorporate the cultural identity and history of the southeast Los Angeles County communities into the overall programming and design of the site. A proposed Southeast Los Angeles (SELA) Cultural Center being led by the State of California is envisioned to be a focal point of the site. For more information on the SELA Cultural Center, please visit https://www.selaculturalcenter.org/.
For further information regarding project plans, please click the following.
There will be many ways to experience these concepts and use them in your daily life. Click the following to explore all 5 story loops.
- Arts & Culture Loop
- Ecosystem Exploration Loop
- Equestrian Loop
- Health & Wellness Loop
- Water Education Loop
Project Concept Report
The RHCAP Concept Report is now available for public view. The Report is broken down into the following:
For any project-related questions, please email us at RHConfluence@dpw.lacounty.gov.