Los Angeles River Recreational Zone Pilot Program for Glendale Narrows

 The City of Los Angeles will host TWO ADDITIONAL public meetings to present the Proposed 2013 Los Angeles River Recreational Zone Pilot Program for Glendale Narrows.  You are invited to attend and offer your comments. 
The next meeting will be Saturday, February 23, 2013
9:30AM – 11AM
Dickerson Employee Benefits Conference Room
1918 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles 90039
An additional presentation will be held Monday, February 25, 2013 
during the 3:00PM Ad Hoc River Committee Meeting
 Los Angeles City Hall, 10th Floor
200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles 90012
For courtesy City Hall parking call 213-473-7001

Download a PDF of the 38-page DRAFT PILOT PROGRAM REPORT
Download the Pilot Rec Zone Program Powerpoint Presentation
Friends of the Los Angeles River
570 West Avenue 26, Suite 250
Los Angeles, CA 90065
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  1. Thanks for alerting me to the Pilot Program (L.A. River Rec Zone for Glendale Narrows).

    I looked through the PowerPoint presentation and think it’s a great idea. Certainly, Angelenos need a lot more recreational areas and greater access to the L.A. River. Just about every recreational area, especially where there’s water, in the L.A. area is very, very well-used. No question Angelenos need more contact with nature so that they can de-stress and so that kids can have the freedom to run around.

    I hope that they allow dogs, but provide “doggy bags” and trash cans. I’m not a dog owner myself, but I know how important it can be for people who have dogs to enjoy the outdoors with them. In any event, lots of trash cans and a service for emptying them, with or without dogs, will make the pilot program more successful.

    Thanks again for relaying this info to me. I’d appreciate your relaying my e-mail to the Hearing Officer for the public hearing.
    Alexandra Hopkins, co-owner
    9937 Commerce Ave. Tujunga, CA 91042

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