The SCEHSC announces its co-sponsorship of the Stakeholder Workshops as part of the Los Angeles County Parks Needs Assessment.
As we know the importance of parks and their positive impact on the health and well-being of communities, we look forward to being involved in this process by encouraging our community partners in the Los Angeles area to attend these workshops. Our Community Outreach and Engagement team will also be attending several of the workshops.
November 3, 10am–12pm
El Monte Senior Center
3120 N. Tyler Ave, El Monte
November 9, 10am–12pm
Bateman Hall Auditorium
11330 Bullis Rd, Lynwood
November 13, 10am–12pm
Roy A. Anderson Recreation
Center, Comrie Hall
3980 Bill Robertson Lane,
To RSVP to an upcoming workshop, click here.
The County of Los Angeles is conducting a countywide assessment of the need for parks and recreation in both cities and unincorporated areas. The goal of the Park Needs Assessment is to engage all communities within the County in a collaborative process to
gather data and input for future decision-making on parks and recreation. The Park Needs Assessment will increase our understanding of existing park and recreation assets, and help us to determine how to improve, expand, and make them more accessible. Specifically, the final
report will determine Study Areas and will identify, prioritize and outline costs for potential park projects within each Study Area. Download this PDF for more information.
Healthy, safe communities have thriving parks