SurveyLA South San Fernando Valley Community Workshop

SurveyLA, the Los Angeles Historic Resources Survey, is looking for suggestions for historic places in the City of Los Angeles. SurveyLA is the first-ever comprehensive program to identify and record the City’s historic resources. This workshop will focus on the communities of La Tuna Canyon, Reseda, Sherman Oaks, Sun Valley and Van Nuys. RSVPs are appreciated but not required.

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SurveyLA: Boyle Heights

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The Boyle Heights residential community is the first of three pilot survey areas that will be completed for SurveyLA. The City has compiled much information on Boyle Heights, which they will share with you, but need additional information on many topics or themes.The purpose of this meeting is to get your help to do the […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Sorry for the delay in getting up this week’s installment of The Week in Livable Streets Events.  As it turns out, the pause was a good thing.  We got some important event information just yesterday. Tuesday, Wednesday – The Flying Pigeon Bike Shop is moving from its current location to a storefront right next to […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Tuesday – The Transit Coalition holds their monthly meeting at Metro Headquarters.  Get the details on guest speakers and food order arrangements and all the rest of the news that you need right here. Wednesday – If you want to help us with our shoot of the bus v bike v car v pedestrian race […]

Beyond the Bulldozer: Survey LA

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This colloquium will spotlight SurveyLA, the City of Los Angeles’ groundbreaking citywide historic resources survey project that represents a coming-of-age for preservation in Los Angeles. The engaging author and architectural critic Alan Hess will share his reflections on preserving the "recent past" from the mid-20th-century – from "Googie-style" coffee shops to the 1950s ranch house. […]