During the three previous workshops we heard your ideas on where the Park to Playa trail should go within the parks, what connections to park facilities and community destinations should be made and what types of amenities make for a fun and enjoyable trail experience. Now come join us to learn about the Park to Playa trail design process, receive a design update and share your ideas.
Wednesday, Oct 3rd
7 pm – 9 pm
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area Community Meeting Room
4100 La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
Directions: The community meeting room is located in the Community Center past the park entrance gates and Gwen Moor Lake on the south side of the road.
Ana Petrlic @ (323) 221-9944 x107 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority
The Park to Playa Vision
In 2000, the “Park to Playa” vision was first articulated: a seamless trail connecting urban residents with the natural coast. The trail will connect approximately 13 miles from the Baldwin Hills along Ballona Creek to the Ballona Wetlands and the beach bicycle path. The Ballona Creek portion of the trail is now implemented. The current study will define the location and design of the eastern portion of the trail, passing through several parks and jurisdictions in the Baldwin Hills area, starting at the Stocker Corridor to the east and connecting parts of the trail systems of Ruben Ingold Park, Norman O. Houston Park, Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, and Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook to the west.
Can’t Make the Meeting?
There are other ways to participate:
• Download the Study and maps online at the Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation Authority (BHRCA) website
• Send us comments or questions by email: email@example.com