Destination Crenshaw has launched Round 4 of our ongoing Mini Mural Open Call. Applications are open thru June 5, 2022.
Treehouse has proposed to build a 101-unit complex at 4421 S. Crenshaw Boulevard, with 15 affordable units, and 12 reserved for extremely low income households. Our concerns include the size of the project, the composition of the project being focused on studios, rather than family sized residences, parking, the look of the project being in character with the community and impact to the surrounding community among other issues.
The Angeles Mesa Green Infrastructure Corridor Project will capture stormwater, replenish our water table and bring trees and landscaping to Angeles Mesa.
Get a peek at the “Afrocentric streetscape,” as Destination Crenshaw describes it!
Crenshaw Blvd. will be closed between 46th Street to Leimert Blvd. Southbound; Note: Leimert Blvd. Northbound will remain open with one lane available for diverted traffic, June 28 to August 20, 2021, from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, 8th District, held a ribbon cutting to unveil the newly-renovated Angeles Mesa Park located in the Park Mesa Heights community of the City of Los Angeles on 48th St. and 8th Ave. on May 17, 2021.
SCLC activist Allison Featherstone told the growing crowd “We are so glad to be able to help bring all of these organizations together. We need to keep the momentum going to keep the store open and save the jobs of the 80 workers here.”
Metro is working to create more pedestrian and biking connections in Southeast Los Angeles. Complete their survey by March 5 for a chance to win a $25 gift card.
SB 9 would allow 6 units without public input where 1 single-family home now stands. It ends single-family zoning statewide, overriding city powers. Send a letter to your elected representatives now!
Full street closure updates for Slauson at Crenshaw and detours.