What is the LA RPOSD?
What is #WeAllNeedParks?
Over the past 22 years, the Los Angeles Regional Parks and Open Space District (RPOSD) has awarded more than $1 billion in grants throughout Los Angeles County. We empower local communities to improve local parks and protect LA county’s last open spaces. We will continue that work with the Safe Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Protection Measure of 2016.
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#WeAllNeedPaks is a campaign that highlights the many ways the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Protection Measure of 2016 can help LA County residents make our lives better. From fresh air, and serenity to a safe place to play together with family. Scroll to the campaign blog to read more.
After hearing from hundreds of concerned citizens, activists and business leaders, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to place the Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks & Beaches Measure on the November 2016 ballot. With a 75% approval, LA County voters passed the measure. The measure, now in implementation, will provide stable local funding for our parks and open spaces – including beaches and cultural institutions throughout Los Angeles County. Funding from the measure will repair and upgrade neighborhood parks, help keep kids out of trouble and reduce gang violence, help conserve water, and protect our remaining open spaces.
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