Long Beach community members and dignitaries celebrated the completion of the latest phase of the Colorado Lagoon Restoration Project Saturday morning.
After its initial announcement last May, Colorado Lagoon improvements will officially kick off next week, adding to the many ecological resources meant to enhance the lives of marine animals and birds.
The Long Beach City Council approved the next phase of the Colorado Lagoon’s restoration at its Tuesday meeting, looking to “further enhance the ecological value of the Lagoon through the creation of additional aquatic resources,” just after the lagoon...
This Labor Day weekend, celebrate our urban neighborhood and its distinct variety of nature with a free, first-of-its-kind event: the City Roots Urban Nature Festival and Concert at the Colorado Lagoon in Long Beach.
Shortly after the Long Beach Airport was recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the Colorado Lagoon was also awarded, marking Long Beach’s second acknowledgement this year from the esteemed society.
The latest report card issued to Long Beach from Heal the Bay gave our beaches an overwhelming positive amount of grades, with 10 of 13 beaches receiving A or B grades when in dry weather.