The project site is currently a concrete-lined channel that services the Los Angeles County Flood Control District. The proposed park would be constructed over the existing channel, utilizing the entire Flood Control District right-of-way, which lies between the commercial property to the north and Agoura Road to the south. The park will include features like picnic benches, bike racks, children’s play equipment, native/drought tolerant landscaping, a butterfly garden and botanical walk, among others. Key goals of the park are to enhance active recreation opportunities, protection of ecosystems, increasing regional trail connectivity, and improving the use of lands at an existing facility that will enrich the lives of current and future community members. Furthermore, the project will represent a significant urban greening opportunity with the planting of approximately 35 western sycamores, and live and coast live oak trees, and shrubs in planting areas throughout the park. The park will also incorporate decomposed granite equestrian and pedestrian trails. These trails will enhance connectivity for pedestrians, bikes, and equestrians consistent with the City’s trail master plan to connect to the Rim of the Valley Trailhead.
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region 4 (RWQCB), California Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC), Office of Historic Preservation, Santa Monica Bay Restoration, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
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California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
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Site Plan, Public Parks
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