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City Nears Purchase of Key Parcel for L.A. River Revitalization – adjacent to Elysian Valley
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City Nears Purchase of Key Parcel for L.A. River Revitalization – adjacent to Elysian Valley

A big property acquisition is underway that will set the stage for planned large-scale revitalization of the Los Angeles River. The City of Los Angeles is expecting to complete the purchase of a former railyard site that Mayor Eric Garcetti and others describe as the “crown jewel” of any large-scale restoration of the river. While there’s a long lineage … Continue reading

Elysian Valley News [ALERT 8-24-14] Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Damage
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Elysian Valley News [ALERT 8-24-14] Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Damage

Dear Neighbor: Please be aware of the below structure road failure on the new Riverside Dr./Figueroa Bridge Eastbound lane in the direction of Home Depot.  Please drive with caution and avoid it all together if need be until such time as we have confirmation of road worthiness.   I have communicated this to CD1 (Gil Cedillo’s Office) with … Continue reading

Elysian Valley News – August 15, 2014
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Elysian Valley News – August 15, 2014

Please be alert for any suspicious criminal activity and don’t hesitate to call 911 to report. Better you call a false alarm than to not call what may very well be a crime in progress. Know that you can contact police and request to remain anonymous. You too can request that they call you back with a status report on the criminal activity you report. If a victim of a crime, please remember to file a police report in person at the San Fernando Rd. Station. The day is coming when we will be able to do so on-line from the comfort of our own home computer. Know that No report=No Crime, which in turn equals no police resources to EV. Thank you for doing your part. Continue reading

Expanded Marsh Park Opens in Elysian Valley
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Expanded Marsh Park Opens in Elysian Valley

One of Elysian Valley’s L.A. River-adjacent gems, Marsh Park, just got better with a three-acre expansion west. “This new park is a great change from being an auto storage yard,” said Rorie Skei, Chief Deputy Director at Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC), a state agency that partners with Mountain Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) to help preserve open space and wildlife habitat. Continue reading