Mural and landscaping improvements will soon be seen at Golden State Humane Society in North Long Beach as the first project of Ninth District Councilmember Rex Richardson’s effort to beautify the area.
Less than a month ago, Councilmember Rex Richardson launched his initiative to beautify parts of District Nine with his Creative Corridor Challenge—asking for Long Beach residents to submit their most creative ideas through October 31.
Ninth District Councilmember Rex Richardson is inviting Long Beach residents to engage in a new cycle of participatory budgeting, in one of six aptly titled Participatory Budgeting Neighborhood Assemblies in 2015.
Tomorrow, Long Beach City Councilmember Rex Richardson’s office will be launching its new initiative, the Creative Corridor Challenge, to offer residents in District Nine the chance to beautify its corridors with murals, tree planting and more. The launch will take place at the Houghton Park After-School Center at 6:30PM.
Councilmember Rex Richardson’s office announced Thursday its hosting of a second community workshop in Houghton Park this Saturday, where community members will provide feedback in a workshop regarding the Houghton Park Master Plan with Richardson and the Parks, Recreation and Marine (PRM) and Public Works departments—the second of its kind in a series of workshops aimed at engaging the public.
Newly-minted 9th District Councilmember Rex Richardson is doing something previously unheard of in Southern California: providing residents a direct hand in how to spend $250K in funds given to District 9.