CicLAvia Venice Stakeholders Meeting

Find out how to get involved! Join us for a community meeting to learn about CicLAvia’s upcoming April 21st event, which will connect Downtown Los Angeles and Venice Beach!

RSVP:

to rachel@carsla.net
Questions? Call us at 213.365.0605

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