Park Bench

Public Space

Streamline the LA River Revitalization Project, transforming the LA River into miles of biking and walking trails, and thousands of acres of water, green space, and native habitats. The new LA River will increase access to nature for the entire city, providing a source of peace, inspiration and community for all. After 25 years of research, planning, and community engagement and outreach, the time has come to begin work. The transformation of Los Angeles begins with the transformation of the LA River.

Photo of LA River Restoration Project

Offer between $100 and $2,500 for every tree, based on size of canopy, planted in minority and underserved areas of the city. Shade and wind will provide great relief to those living in concrete environments. Create an easy-to-use online tool for seamless permitting, planting and payment to avoid overregulation and bureaucratic delays. This program will stimulate a large new network of local, private green jobs.

Photo of Picnic Table in a Park

Invest $250 million in the development of 50 new parks in South and East Los Angeles, funded by a one-time parcel tax of $0.10 per square foot of land on every single-family parcel, excluding any parcel that has an active ADU or other detached rental unit.

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