Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan

Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan

The Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan was a milestone achievement for Los Angeles. It coalesced diverse stakeholders to support the revitalization of 32 miles of a concrete-lined channelized river into public green space in the heart of one of America’s densest cities. A comprehensive and detailed outreach and analysis process included workshops to educate the public on watershed health and sustainability and identify priority issues and opportunity areas. The plan outlines a framework to revitalize the river into a multi-purpose system that restores habitat, connects to park-poor neighborhoods with public greenways, and improves the river’s flood capacity and water quality.

CLIENT

City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering

SIZE

32 Miles

LOCATION

Los Angeles

COMPLETED

2007

Project team

  • Tetratech Engineering
  • Civitas Landscape Architecture
  • Wenk Associates Landscape Architecture
  • HNTB Architecture Planning

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