Project RENEW and TOD Open Houses in South LA

IMAGINE …

        • Safer routes to school
        • Easier access to trains and buses
        • Better places to live, work and play
        • Greener, walkable and bikeable streets
        • A healthier lifestyle with less stress.

As part of the Community Plan update, City Planning is taking a careful look at the neighborhoods around Metro Blue and Green Line Stations. This is an opportunity to transform the stations and the neighborhood, making them a source of community pride. City Planners want to hear from you what works and what needs improvement. Join us at a community meeting to share your ideas and your vision for the neighborhood.

Thursday, March 10 ● 6-8 pm
Grand/San Pedro/Washington Blue Line Stations
Los Angeles Trade Tech College
Room T.E. 101
400 West Washington Blvd
Thursday, March 17 ● 6-8 pm
Slauson/Vernon Stations
Augustus Hawkins Nature Park
5790 Compton Avenue

Tuesday, March 22 ● 6-8 pm

103rd St./Hahn/Rosa Parks/Harbor/Avalon/Vermont Stations
Watts Senior Center
1657 East Century Blvd.

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