Press Releases
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.
Recognizing the growing popularity of outdoor recreation enjoyed on paths through parks and natural areas, the Department of Parks and Recreation on Wednesday will unveil a new website dedicated exclusively to information about trails throughout Los Angeles County.
In a dramatic affirmation of a partnership built around the transformative power of parks and recreation, a newly-issued report details how the innovative Parks After Dark (PAD) program makes communities safer and has been extraordinarily effective in encouraging more active lifestyles.
Saturday, Oct. 25 was a historic day in the Hacienda Heights community, as more than 2,000 residents joined Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chairman Don Knabe
The Department of Parks and Recreation today announced a closure at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park (120 Via Verde Dr., San Dimas, CA 91773) that will take effect at sunrise on Friday, Oct. 10