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The City of Los Angeles, California State Parks, and MRCA are actively coordinating together along the Los Angeles River and have signed a Letter of Intent to form the “100-Acre Partnership at Taylor Yard” (Partnership). The partners will formally work together to collaboratively plan the largest, continuous open space along the River. The Partnership concept evolved from community and stakeholder feedback and the critical need for a coordinated planning and improvement approach across the 100-acre Taylor Yard site. In reality, the Partnership cannot succeed without a fourth partner, the community.


The LA River properties to be included in the 100-acre unified open space are: (1) The Rio de Los Angeles (RdLA) State Park, an existing 40-acre park owned by California State Parks (State Parks), and managed cooperatively by State Parks and the City of Los Angeles (City) through its Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP); (2) The Taylor Yard G1 Bowtie parcel, an 18-acre property known for its distinctive boundary shape, which is owned and managed and in the process of design by State Parks; and (3) The Taylor Yard G2 parcel, a 42-acre property that is owned by the City. The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) purchased and now holds the rights to develop a 12.5-acre easement within the Taylor Yard G2 parcel owned by the City.


캘리포니아 주립 공원

캘리포니아 주립 공원 (California State Parks)은 캘리포니아주의 탁월한 생물학적 다양성을 보존하고 가장 가치있는 자연 및 문화 자원을 보호하며 양질의 야외 레크리에이션 기회를 제공함으로써 캘리포니아 주민의 건강, 영감 및 교육을 제공합니다.


산 휴양 및 보존 당국

MRCA는 지역 개방 공간 및 공원, 야생 생물 서식지, 유역 및 광야 및 도시 환경의 산책로를 보존 및 관리하고 공공 공원에 대한 대중의 접근을 보장하기 위해 최선을 다하고 있습니다.


로스 앤젤레스시

로스 앤젤레스시 공학 국은시 공공 인프라의 계획, 설계 및 건설을 담당하는 부서입니다. 레크레이션 및 공원 국은시 전역의 444 개 공원 부지에서 16,000 에이커의 공원을 관리합니다.

The Partnership’s first project will be an early activation river edge access project, currently called Paseo del Río. The project will stretch along both the G2 and Bowtie Parcels at Taylor Yard along the LA River over approximately 8 acres (approximately six acres on G2, and two acres on Bowtie). Together, the project will provide more than one mile of contiguous riverfront public access. The Partnership is happy to announce that the Paseo del Río Project recently received funding from the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy on June 1, 2020; planning efforts will be underway soon.

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