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Community Interview: A View From the El Monte City Hall

Community Interview: A View From the El Monte City Hall

Our number one focus is to help the El Monte community by building a dog park. Now it doesn't sound like much but it takes quite a bit of doing.
Community Outreach: Surveying Students on the Condition of San Fernando Rd.

Community Outreach: Surveying Students on the Condition of San Fernando Rd.

For our outreach effort, we created a survey that included 5 questions, and passed it out to juniors and seniors.
Open House for Public Spaces, Vote for Your Favorite Projects in Northeast Los Angeles

Open House for Public Spaces, Vote for Your Favorite Projects in Northeast Los Angeles

Through a series of placemaking workshops, a set of community driven public space projects were reviewed and voted for. You can vote for your favorite project until February 7th.
Exploring Local Assets, Placemaking Workshops in Northeast Los Angeles

Exploring Local Assets, Placemaking Workshops in Northeast Los Angeles

Placemaking workshops held in November and December facilitated and engaged the people who live, work and play within the study area to identify what they value and desire.
Federal Grantees Convene in D.C. to Spur Conversations on Sustainable Communities

Federal Grantees Convene in D.C. to Spur Conversations on Sustainable Communities

Regional planners came together to share the progress on their planning, best practices, and spur on conversations on how to implement their visionary ideas for their communities.
A Los Angeles Primer: Westwood

A Los Angeles Primer: Westwood

Angelenos between forty and fifty years old remember Westwood not just as a place, but as the place. People agree that the neighborhood just south of UCLA felt livelier before, but ...
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