Trees of Life! A Vision Zero LA Project
Trees of Life Figueroa Street is a Vision Zero LA street activation project. Spanning 5 days, this multifaceted experience will engage the community in ways that are meaningful, fun, and familiar to the neighborhood, while discussing traffic safety on the corridor.
Join us as we build our Trees of Life altars!
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LANI’s Annual Community Forum!
Registration for LANI’s 15th Annual Community Forum is open! Register today and don’t miss this informative, free, community-focused event!
For a full list of the day’s workshops, please visit our Forum page.
Opportunity – Construction Management
LANI has issued a Request for Qualifications for Construction Management Services.
CD6 Sidewalk Reconstruction CDBG CM RFQ
Grand Opening of 111th Place Park!
LANI is pleased to announce the grand opening of 111th Place Park! Please join us in celebrating the completion of this neighborhood play space.
Please see the full press release for more information: 111th Place Park_FINAL
Sherman Way Bike Ride and Concept Plan Workshop
Join us Saturday, January 23rd from 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM at 18238 Sherman Way to participate in a community workshop for Sherman Way! Share information and provide your feedback.
Wilmington Town Square Community Meeting
Join us Monday, January 11th from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM at Avalon Blvd. and I Street in Wilmington to participate in the first of two community workshops for Wilmington Town Square! Share information and provide your feedback on improvements. Refreshments will be provided.
West Adams Heights Park Wins Award
The American Planning Association, Los Angeles awarded the Neighborhood Planning Award of Merit to West Adams Heights Park at the 2015 Awards ceremony! This award celebrates the hard work of the entire project team and the community members whose visions helped transform a blighted, vacant lot into a neighborhood treasure that is now enjoyed by all.
CD8 Sidewalk Repair & Replacement Project Completes 280 Locations!
LANI and Councilman Bernard C. Parks have replaced the 280th sidewalk location in Council District 8.