The County of Los Angeles is currently studying park and recreation facilities across the County, and the City of Los Angeles, to better understand how to improve, expand, and make parks more accessible. The County is in the process of assessing park needs in 189 “Study Areas” across the County, including 43 “Study Areas” in the City of Los Angeles and various adjacent unincorporated areas.
As a part of this effort, the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks is hosting community workshops across the City to share background information about the County’s Comprehensive Park & Recreation Needs Assessment, to discuss local park needs, and to identify park and recreational improvements that community members would like to see in their local parks. Each community workshop will discuss park needs in different areas of the City.
Please join us at one of these community workshops! The input of local stakeholders is very important to this process and we look forward to your participation and the participation of your local stakeholders.
Attached to this email is additional information about the Needs Assessment in English and Spanish, and about a community workshop (English flyer and Spanish flyer) being held soon in your area to discuss the park needs of your neighborhood.
For more information about the County’s Comprehensive Park & Recreation Needs Assessment, and to find information about all the workshops being held across the City and the County, please visit lacountyparkneeds.org