RIO District Hearing

The City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning invites you to the public hearings for the River Improvement Overlay District (RIO) and the Los Angeles River Improvement Overlay District (LA-RIO).

The proposed RIO is an ordinance that establishes a new supplemental use district for river adjacent areas. The LA-RIO is the first proposed district of this type. The LA-RIO establishes guidelines and standards for projects within approximately one-half mile of the Los Angeles River in order to enhance the watershed, urban design and mobility options of the area.

Friday, December 12                Monday, December 15
12:00 pm                                 8:00 am
Room 1B, Braude Building        Room 1020, City Hall
6262 Van Nuys Boulevard        200 N Spring Street
Van Nuys                                  Los Angeles

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