After releasing its draft plan late last year, the Lower LA River Working Group has now released new renderings directly associated with the project that reveal more what the final product will actually look like.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors released the names of the LA River Master Plan Update Steering Committee, the board announced Monday.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has assembled a world class team to help with the update of the LA River Master Plan (LARMP), a comprehensive blueprint covering all 51 miles of the river, the nonprofit River LA announced Tuesday.
The Lower LA River Revitalization Draft Plan is now available for the public to comment on and review, announced River LA this week.
Three bike paths have been proposed to serve bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders within the I-710 corridor, and Metro wants your input.
Two teenagers were pulled to safety by Long Beach’s Swift Water Rescue team from the Los Angeles River in North Long Beach after they decided to go rafting in the middle of Sunday’s winter rainstorm, according to fire officials.
The House passed the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) today, which includes a provision to provide $376 million in federal funding to the Los Angeles River restoration project. The LA River famously empties into Long Beach.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have an architecture and design legend in town and his name is Frank Gehry. According to Mayor Robert Garcia’s tweets, it’s safe to say the two are getting chummy over exciting plans for the city.
An update to the Los Angeles River Link Plan was unanimously approved by the Long Beach City Council Tuesday night, a move that Mayor Robert Garcia hopes will land the city in a collaborative effort with Los Angeles and famed architect, Frank Gehry, in revitalizing the river corridor that ends in Long Beach.
Back in April, former director of Long Beach Park, Recreation & Marine Phil Hester discussed a decade-old idea that is needed on a vast community level: the RiverLinks project, which would vastly use the underused L.A. River. Councilmember and mayoral hopeful Robert Garcia wants to reinvigorate and update the 11-year-old RiverLinks project by not only including some of his own bold proposals but also largely mimicking Mayor Eric Garcetti’s own reclaiming of the River by calling on Long Beach to partner up with Los Angeles.