The Asilomar Boulevard Landslide is an active landslide located on the south-facing slope below the Asilomar Boulevard right-of-way between Almar Avenue and Wynola Street in the Pacific Palisades community of the City of Los Angeles (City). The Project will construct a geo-technically stable roadway across the top of the landslide to prevent further sliding of the block beneath Asilomar Boulevard, between Almar Avenue and Wynola Street. Work within the right-of-way will occur using a specialized drill rig that will mix the existing subsurface material with cement, forming columns up to a depth of approximately 120 feet, which will strengthen the subsurface material and stabilize the slide area beneath the roadway. Following construction, the Project site's physiography will appear similar or virtually identical to the existing conditions, as all of the columns will be installed below the ground surface. The Project will also maintain the natural look of the existing slope, south of Asilomar Boulevard. The Project site is within the California Coastal Zone, under the dual jurisdiction of both the California Coastal Commission, and the City Engineer.