PROJECT UPDATES

LAST UPDATED: July 1, 2019

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GOLDEN AGE PARK - 739 S Coronado St, Los Angeles

We are excited to share that California’s first intergenerational park started construction in March of 2019, and that demolition and underground construction have been successfully completed. Golden Age Park’s ribbon cutting event is expected to take place in late summer of 2019.

JULY UPDATE: Pilasters and major components for the grand entrance HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY INSTALLED. THE CONSTRUCTION TEAM IS currently finishing up the mow-curbs that will hold THE PARK’S decomposed granite walkway in place. foundations for KEY PARK FEATURES HAVE BEEN POURED AND ACCOMPANYING EQUIPMENT IS scheduled to be installed this month.

mAYBERRY SKATE PARK - 13201 E. Meyer Road, Whittier

CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE SKATE PARK ADDITION IS SET TO BEGIN IN Summer OF 2019. MAYBERRY SKATE PARK WILL ADD APPROXIMATELY 10,000 SQUARE FEET OF NEW SKATE AMENITIES TO THE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT AMELIA MAYBERRY PARK. IMPROVEMENTS WILL INCLUDE NEW AMENITIES SUCH AS: BLEACHERS, SEAT WALLS AND MINOR RESTROOM RENOVATIONS. THE SKATE PARK’S RIBBON CUTTING EVENT IS EXPECTED TO TAKE PLACE FALL OF 2019.
 


WISHING TREE PARK - 204th Street & Budlong Avenue, West Carson

Construction associated with the Neighborhood Land Trust’s largest project to-date started on may 1st, 2019, with the installation of a sound barrier to reduce construction-related noise.

With the nearest park located over two miles away, Wishing Tree Park is highly anticipated by the local community, and will serve over 8,700 residents who live within a half-mile of the site. The park’s ribbon cutting event is expected in the fall of 2020.

Completed activities related to site preparation and environmental quality include:

· Bird nesting studies

· Archaeological training of all site workers

· Installation of noise reduction barrier

·  Weed/plant removal in PREPARATION for underground work

·  Installation of erosion-control measures (pictured below)

june SOIL UPDATE

The LA Neighborhood land trust was fortunate to receive a donation of 34,000 + cubic yards of soil from a site owned by the la times. the soil will be used to create a two-foot soil cover/layer at wishing tree park.

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