The City Project

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Irma Muñoz from Mujeres de La Tierra voiced her concerns on the fifth anniversary of the release of noxious fumes from the Baldwin Hills Oil Field, which led dozens of residents to evacuate their homes in the middle of the night. The City Project continues to work with Mujeres de La Tierra, Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles, and other diverse allies to regulate the oil field to protect human health and the environment.

Irma Muñoz from Mujeres de La Tierra voiced her concerns on the fifth anniversary of the release of noxious fumes from the Baldwin Hills Oil Field, which led dozens of residents to evacuate their homes in the middle of the night. The City Project continues to work with Mujeres de La Tierra, Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles, and other diverse allies to regulate the oil field to protect human health and the environment.

Griffith Observatory has welcomed over 70 million visitors and became the world’s leader in public astronomy. The observatory is part of  Griffith Park, one of the largest municipal parks with urban wilderness area in the United States.

Griffith Observatory has welcomed over 70 million visitors and became the world’s leader in public astronomy. The observatory is part of Griffith Park, one of the largest municipal parks with urban wilderness area in the United States.

The revitalization of the Los Angeles River has the potential to create a green belt that will have a positive impact on some of Los Angeles’s most underserved communities. The creation of parks, walkways, and bikeways would help address health disparities related to lack of open space for physical activity.

The revitalization of the Los Angeles River has the potential to create a green belt that will have a positive impact on some of Los Angeles’s most underserved communities. The creation of parks, walkways, and bikeways would help address health disparities related to lack of open space for physical activity.

Dedicated on August 1, 1940, the William Mulholland Memorial Fountain is named after the father of the Los Angeles municipal water system. The Los Angeles aqueduct system brings water to the city from the Mono Basin (338 miles away) and the Owens Valley (233 miles away) by gravity.

Dedicated on August 1, 1940, the William Mulholland Memorial Fountain is named after the father of the Los Angeles municipal water system. The Los Angeles aqueduct system brings water to the city from the Mono Basin (338 miles away) and the Owens Valley (233 miles away) by gravity.

Community members, political leaders, and organizations including The City Project support the $1 billion Alternative 20 for the Los Angeles River. Alternative 20 is the most comprehensive restoration option in a draft study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and will do the most to help ensure healthy, livable communities for all along the Los Angeles River.

Community members, political leaders, and organizations including The City Project support the $1 billion Alternative 20 for the Los Angeles River. Alternative 20 is the most comprehensive restoration option in a draft study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and will do the most to help ensure healthy, livable communities for all along the Los Angeles River.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association members take part of a Transit to Trails trip to the Santa Monica Mountains. Transit to Trails connects young people to the outdoors and encourages physical activity and healthy lifestyles.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association members take part of a Transit to Trails trip to the Santa Monica Mountains. Transit to Trails connects young people to the outdoors and encourages physical activity and healthy lifestyles.

Joint use of parks and schools optimizes the use of scarce public resources in Los Angeles. It increases access to places for physical activity to help children and youth move more and stay healthy.

Joint use of parks and schools optimizes the use of scarce public resources in Los Angeles. It increases access to places for physical activity to help children and youth move more and stay healthy.

President Barack Obama dedicated César Chávez National Monument in 2012. The nation’s first black president honored one of the most revered figures in Mexican American history.

President Barack Obama dedicated César Chávez National Monument in 2012. The nation’s first black president honored one of the most revered figures in Mexican American history.

The South Los Angeles Wetlands Park was a former bus and rail yard that today provides much-needed green space in a park-poor community. The wetlands treat and clean runoff from the surrounding community before it enters the Los Angeles River.

The South Los Angeles Wetlands Park was a former bus and rail yard that today provides much-needed green space in a park-poor community. The wetlands treat and clean runoff from the surrounding community before it enters the Los Angeles River.

Vista Hermosa Park was the first new park to open in downtown Los Angeles in over 100 years. It is an asset to neighboring park poor urban communities and has an amazing backdrop of the city.

Vista Hermosa Park was the first new park to open in downtown Los Angeles in over 100 years. It is an asset to neighboring park poor urban communities and has an amazing backdrop of the city.