#OurParks strongly supports local parks and open space in LA County so that our children and our communities can enjoy OurParks for generations to come.
approved funding for parks in 1992, we have: developed 244 new trails, managed 175 tree planting projects which planted over 10,000
new trees, built 328 new children's play areas and saved over 33,000 acres of open recreational space.
Today, the #OurParks Coalition is striving to ensure that parks remain vibrant places in our community.
We are committed to the following principles: quality of life, equity, sustainability, investment and engagement for all parks and open spaces in LA County.
- You're invited to the the Grand Re-Opening of the Walnut Creek Nature Park on Thursday! #OurParks https://t.co/6dFtjSUnLc 23 hours ago
- RT @SierraBusiness: With the 2017 legislative session well under way, SBC Government Affairs Director, Kerri Timmer, is here to offer... https://t.co/k9wOxVUbqL 23 hours ago
- RT @MarcLevine_CA: This week the Assembly passed the #ParksBond. Let's create parks in underserved areas and restore places like Mount… https://t.co/jV82Lonvjy 5 days ago
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