What’s Your Figueroa

The Figueroa Corridor Streetscape Project team is studying the different ways people use Figueroa and its design. The team will propose improvements to better support community life, economic development and mobility.

Attend one of our Community Workshops or participate online to tell us about Your Figueroa and what improvements you would like to see. Details are below. Help us get the word out by sharing this information with your friends, family and colleagues.

Attend one of our Visioning Workshops to get involved in planning the future of the Figueroa Corridor. The project team will be in attendance to share the results of the study conducted along Figueroa and to listen to your suggestions about the Corridor. Don’t miss this opportunity to influence the future of the Figueroa Corridor!

02 October · 10:00 – 12:00
St. Vincent’s School (Auditorium)

2333 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA

05 October from 18:00 to 20:00

7th+Fig (Middle Level, Adjacent to 7th+Fig Art Space)

Please call Samantha Foley for details (213) 438-1755 ext 137.For more information, call (213) 802-1137 or e-mail info@myfigueroa.com. Para más información en Español, llame a Zainah Alfi al (213) 438-1755 ext. 105 o por e-mail a: zainah.alfi@consensusinc.com.

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