Those without a license might want to think twice before wetting a line in the L.A. River.
The new park joins several other parks and parklets that have opened along the river in recent years.
There has been growing concern that Elysian Valley residents are continually exposed to unknown quantities of diesel particulate matter from Metrolink's maintenance facility.
Residents can report sewage spills, clogged storm drains, illegal dumping, or other similar issues by consulting the contact numbers listed, by neighborhood, on the site.
What better way to see how much things have changed than with a L.A. River-adjacent bicycle ride?
Environmentalists in Los Angeles worked with Dutch experts to see if the L.A. River could help the city become more resilient to climate change.
Jenny Price is bidding L.A. goodbye, and we chat her about the river, her thoughts on its future and her time in Los Angeles.
The natural-bottomed Glendale Narrows section of the river, between Fletcher Drive and San Fernando Road, is now open for recreation until Labor Day.