These developments can significantly change the fabric of the community situating five story buildings adjacent to single family homes. We invite you to share your opinions, concerns and recommendations with us.
The LA River Path project is a proposed 8-mile shared-use bicycle and pedestrian path extension between Elysian Valley and the City of Vernon, passing through downtown Los Angeles. The project aims to create a safe, accessible path for people walking, bicycling, and rolling to get to destinations that matter in their daily lives.
Attend in informational orientation April 6, 2019, Saturday (10am-12pm) to learn how to apply. Meeting will be held at Crenshaw Yoga and Dance, 5426 Crenshaw Blvd.
With the imminent opening of the Crenshaw Line developers are taking advantage of Transit Oriented Communities guidelines to propose replacing single level dwellings with five story apartment buildings.
On December 7, 2018 Councilmember Harris-Dawson’s staff joined LAPD at the new Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Hills facility to update the community about the recent swastikas that defaced the "Our Mighty Contribution" mural along Crenshaw Boulevard.
Designers have set out to turn the 1.1 mile stretch of the Crenshaw Line into an outdoor museum that showcases the ways L.A.’s black community has shaped the the city and the world.
Are you passionate about Park Mesa Heights and its future? Now is your chance to get into the details of the Crenshaw Corridor Specific Plan in preparation for our November Meeting.
Please join your neighbors, local business owners, and community leaders for the upcoming Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Community Leadership Council (CLC) Workgroup Meetings and Events.
Park Mesa Heights Community Council held our 2nd Clean up of the year on Florence Avenue from Florence/Van Ness to Florence/8th Ave.
The restoration of Crenshaw Bl is anticipated to begin in June 2018 and will result in street closures and detours.