Department of Rec. and Parks “Community Needs Assesment”

The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks wants your input…The Citywide Community Needs Assessment will provide the City of Los Angeles with valuable information to be used in planning for the future and will contribute to the protection and expansion of Los Angeles’ 15,000 acres of existing parkland.  Join us in shaping the future of parks in Los Angeles. Please invite your family, friends, neighbors and colleagues to the public meeting in your area. Don’t miss the opportunity to have your voice heard!  The meeting will start promptly and will include a presentation and an interactive work session. Refreshments will also be provided.
 
 
Location:        January 26 (Saturday) 10 a.m. to noon
Ross Snyder Rec Center
1501 E 41st St
Los Angeles, CA 90011

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