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Aerial view of the Taylor Yard site.
100 Acre Partnership at Taylor Yard logo.

The 100 Acre Partnership at Taylor Yard is a joint effort of the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority, City of Los Angeles, and the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

 

Our first joint project will create the Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard, which includes a 1-mile public use greenway, an entry plaza, and a water quality improvement feature that supports natural habitat, all of which will benefit the surrounding communities and the region, while increasing access to the Los Angeles River. 

More information can be found at the Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard page.

Click on the project profiles located on the map below to learn more information. 

Common Goals with
THE COMMUNITY

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World class public open space that advances revitalization of the LA River and support urban ecology

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Engages local communities and stakeholders to guide development

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Establishes equity, ecology,

River revitalization, and flood management as the cornerstones

How We Will Work Together with
THE COMMUNITY

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Create a cooperative agreement that supports a collaborative approach for the Partnership to work together

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Develop a common vision for the 100-acre area that is ecologically focused and community driven

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Provide coordinated communications and outreach across all of the efforts at Taylor Yard

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