SANTA SUSANA MOUNTAINS – With funding secured from Los Angeles County Fifth District Supervisor Kathryn Barger, plans are moving forward to improve the availability of trails in a 15-square-mile area in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys.
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today approved plans to turn the former Puente Hills Landfill into a regional park that will offer natural open space and a host of recreational programs for area residents.
CASTAIC – In response to the discovery of the Quagga Mussel in the Angeles Tunnel that serves as a connector between Pyramid Lake and Castaic Lake, all boats entering and leaving Castaic Lake will be required to undergo an inspection protocol for precautionary reasons.
CASTAIC – Following much input from the community, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today approved a comprehensive trails master plan intended to guide future multiuse trail development within the Castaic area of Los Angeles County.
PASADENA – The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation invites the public to attend a Celebration of Oaks event on Saturday, Oct. 29, during which the public can enjoy a day filled with fun activities, including a watercolor workshop with a local artist.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger will join the Department of Parks and Recreation in celebrating the Holiday Season with three free events for the entire family at Pamela Park, Two Strike Park and Loma Alta Park on Wednesday, Dec. 28; Thursday, Dec. 29 and Friday, Dec. 30 respectively.
Providing a visual record of Los Angeles County’s rich history, a revealing photography exhibit on display in downtown L.A. shows more than a century of progress in L.A. County parks.
Bringing a beloved tradition to a site with beautiful scenery and historical significance, Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich and the Department of Parks and Recreation invite the public to join the Antonovich Trail Dusters Ride on Sunday, May 31.
First-responders, law enforcement agencies, community organizations and other exhibitors will be on hand Saturday, May 2 with advice and tools to help you develop a plan to survive fires, earthquakes and other disasters.
Debuting Feb. 25, as part of $1.4 million in improvements: Displays depicting canyon’s three ecosystems, freshwater aquarium, bird-viewing area and new animal enclosures.
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