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  • g2 tour
    Service Description: 
    More than 250 community members joined the Bureau of Engineering for a tour of the G2 parcel in 2018.
  • Aztec Dancers G2
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering led a site tour with groups from three indigenous tribes, including Aztec dancers who performed a blessing of the land.
  • lyndsay g2
    Service Description: 
    Hundreds of community members have participated in design workshops, community meetings, focus groups and tours, sharing their ideas and vision for the park.
  • island
    Service Description: 
    The Island concept creates an island to separate river flows, mimic split flow channels, and provide multiple layers of riparian and upland habitat.
  • soft edge
    Service Description: 
    The Soft Edge concept creates a soft-edged river on the east bank with a significant amount of new riparian and upland habitat. The existing river channel would be modified to create a series of terraces.
  • The Yards
    Service Description: 
    The Yards concept maintains the river bank in its current configuration with the park developed east of the existing Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) power lines along the river bank, providing riparian and upland habitat.
  • field test
    Service Description: 
    The first phase of the project includes testing the soil and groundwater for contaminants. Results will provide information needed to develop a remediation action plan.
  • Austin
    Service Description: 
    The project's community partner, Mujeres de la Tierra, supports the project by reaching out to the G2-adjacent community to keep neighbors informed and engaged in the project.
  • g2
    Service Description: 
    The City purchased the LA River-adjacent, 42-acre G2 parcel in 2017 and is working to develop it into restored habitat and open space.
  • ped
    Service Description: 
    The Taylor Yard Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge is one of three bike/ pedestrian/ equestrian bridges being built along the LA River through the Elysian Valley and the Glendale Narrows. The 400-foot long bridge will connect Elysian Valley and Cypress Park.