Community Plan for BOYLE HEIGHTS

CITY OF LOS ANGELES PLANNING DEPARTMENT, 

COMMUNITY PLANNING BUREAU

200 N SPRING ST STE 667, LOS ANGELES, CA  90012


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DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING, CITY OF LOS ANGELES

For Department Web Page, click here 

WORKSHOP MATERIALS NOW AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE:


CONTEXT

OVERALL CONCEPTS

HOUSING

  • Proposed Housing Policies

  • Map of Proposed Change Areas (Housing) 

    Note: change areas on the map have been numbered, and the physical extent of each numbered subarea is indicated by a distinct color.

    Note: descriptions of the changes proposed for each area highlighted on the map can be found on the "Summary of Proposed Changes," above.

COMMERCIAL

MOBILITY

TRANSIT-ORIENTED AREAS (GOLD LINE)

  • Forthcoming 

DESIGN & ENVIRONMENT

OPEN SPACE, PUBLIC FACILITIES & INFRASTRUCTURE

 

COMMENTS


PUBLIC WORKSHOPS HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED - 

THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING! 

(click here for workshop flyer)

Public Workshops were conducted on Jan. 31st, Feb. 3rd, Feb. 7th, and Feb. 9th to share preliminary draft recommendations with stakeholders and to seek public input on the Boyle Heights Community Plan.  We thank participants for their input. 

If you were unable to attend or if you participated but have further input, you are encouraged to review the Workshop materials (which will be posted on this site within the next few days) and to submit your input by email, phone, or fax (listed on the right-hand column of this page).    


BACKGROUND

In order to encourage broad participation and help ensure accessibility, public workshops were conducted on four different dates and at four venues located throughout the community.  Proposals aired at the Workshops included changes and updates to policies and land uses, as well as proposed urban design concepts, guidelines and standards for specific street segments, intersections, and Gold Line station areas.  Constructive and meaningful feedback was received from a wide range of stakeholders that included the neighborhood councils, low-income and market-rate tenants, homeowners, commercial and industrial business owners, large-scale site owners, community-based organizations, as well as children and high school students.  

The Workshops were conducted on the dates, times and venues indicated below.  

WORKSHOP #1:  

SATURDAY, JAN 31ST, 2009:  10AM - 2PM  

Boyle Heights Senior Center 2839 E 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA  90033

Click here for Google Map of this location

WORKSHOP #2:

TUESDAY, FEB 3RD, 2009:      5PM - 8PM  

Bishop Mora Salesian High School Multipurpose Room (Plaza Level) 960 S. Soto St  Los Angeles, CA  90023

Click here for Google Map of this location

Note: On-site parking is accessible from Whittier Blvd 

WORKSHOP #3:

SATURDAY, FEB 7TH, 2009:    10AM - 2PM 

Costello Recreation Center (Gymnasium) 3141 E Olympic Blvd Los Angeles, CA  90023

Click here for Google Map of this location

WORKSHOP #4:

MONDAY, FEB 9TH, 2009:     6:30PM - 9:30PM

Hazard Park (Gymnasium) 2230 Norfolk St  Los Angeles, CA  90033

Click here for Google Map of this location              

 

Over the course of 2007, the Planning Department conducted many small group meetings with a wide range of stakeholders in which issues and concerns were identified (summary available here), and preliminary solutions discussed.  The range of topics addressed included Housing, Open Space, Commercial and Industrial Development, Mobility, Urban Design, and Public Facilities and Infrastructure. 

Based on this input along with Department research and analysis, preliminary draft recommendations for policies, land uses, and zoning are being developed for the Boyle Heights Community Plan Area, which will be shared at the forthcoming Workshops.

You are encouraged to review the following background materials in preparation for the Workshops:














We are looking for your input - please contact:  
Rogelio Flores

(213) 978-1478

Rogelio.Flores@lacity.org 

200 N Spring St, Ste 667

Los Angeles, CA  90012