The Taylor Yard G2 River Park Project is a major step towards revitalization of the LA River. The transformation of this newly-acquired, 42-acre, river-adjacent site will create habitat restoration, support environmental cleanup and sustainability, and open more than one mile of direct river access to local communities.
Julian Seiver, 7, is in first grade at Los Feliz Charter School For The Arts. He drew this picture of the Taylor Yard G2 site because his dad Scott says "he was super excited about the 40+ acres of beautiful green space and the pedestrian/bicycle bridge that will cross the river to the bike path in Frog Town (we ride there often)." Julian’s family has lived in Glassell Park for 14 years. Scott said they are excited about the upcoming improvements to the site. "We feel so proud to be members of this community and we can’t wait to use and enjoy the finished version," Scott said.
US EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant
City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation's Brownfields Program is submitting an application to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) Brownfields Cleanup Grant for a portion of the G2 parcel (being referred to as the River Park). A draft application and draft Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) was available for public review at the December 5, 2018 meeting and is posted here. The public is encouraged to comment on the proposal through January 10, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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