What are your ideas for the future of Parks and Recreation in Florence-Firestone? Share your ideas and help create a new, green future for Florence-Firestone. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend the Community Workshops.
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The County of Los Angeles, Supervisors Gloria Molina and Mark Ridley-Thomas and the Department of Public Works invite you to the Florence/Firestone “Get Hip – Go Green Fest ’09” on Saturday, April 18, 2009, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join us for: -Household hazardous waste collection event -Utility discounts -Environmental workshops -Money saving programs […]
For the eighth consecutive year, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas partnered with Golden State Water Company to deliver 200 turkeys to families in need. “We all deserve a hearty meal and a joyful celebration for the holidays,” said the Supervisor. Since 1990, Golden State has been donating turkeys to disadvantaged families for the Thanksgiving […]
Los Angeles County is taking stock of the parks and recreation facilities within its borders, and inviting residents to help shape a plan for upgrades and new construction going forward. Through June 2016, the first ever Countywide Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment will gather data on existing parks, hiking trails, botanical gardens, wildlife sanctuaries […]
Built in the 1930s, Franklin D. Roosevelt Park in the Florence Firestone section of Los Angeles is one of the oldest parks in the county. But two new, state of the art baseball fields now make it one of the best places for children and families to enjoy a game of ball. Los Angeles County […]