The Echo Park Gathering of the Elders and Caregivers is hosting a series of free, educational walking tours of Echo Park Lake and Elysian Park. The walks are open to everyone of all ages. Please dress for the weather, wear sunscreen, bring plenty of water and wear comfortable walking shoes.
Echo Park Lake
Learn about all the plants in and around Echo Park Lake, a guided tour led by Michael O’Brien (Echo Park’s local expert!).
Monday, October 6 at 9:00 am
Meet by the Boat House
Friday, October 24 at 9:00 am
Meet at the clump of bamboos by the pump station (close to Bellevue & Echo Park Avenue)
Monday, October 27 at 9:00 am
Meet at the south end of Echo Park by Glendale Avenue and Bellevue.
A guided tour led by Michael O’Brien of all the plants along a popular trail in the 544 acre public park.
Friday, October 17 at 9:00 am
Meet at the fire road at trail on Academy between Morton and Stadium Way/Avenue of the Palms. Exercise caution as there are no crosswalks or sidewalks in this section of the road.
Click here to download and print the flyer.
ECHO PARK IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
Neighborhood Issues Committee Agenda
Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 7 pm
Williams Hall, Barlow Hospital, 2000 Stadium Way
- Introductions and sign in
- Approve Minutes
- Schools & Civic:
- Van De Kamps/LACC-LACCD
- Seniors Issues
- LA Marathon 5K problems
- Liberty Street Cleanup between Montana & Reservoir
- New Business
- Land Use:
- Barlow Hospital-Proposed Entitlements and Development
- Morton Village complex
- Filming Committee
- SB1818 Letter
- Lot adjacent to Laguna Stairs
- Sunset/Everett Street Project
- Planet Home Bruce Court SF Development
- Rosebud SFR project
- Button Mash CUB
- Park Drive Street Vacation
- 1L Height District Downtown EP
- New Business
- The Park CUB Renewal
- Various Sunset Blvd by-right projects
- Echo Park Lake
- Restoration Project
- Elysian Park
- 18 Acres Elysian Park Expansion Public Safety Issues
- Northeast Little League Facilities
- New business
- City ordinance regarding vending in parks
- Public Works:
- Route 2 Terminus Improvement Project
- Mural Projects – EPIA Committee
- Dodgers issues
- Sunset Streetscape
- Academy Cut Cleanup
- Farmers’ Market Wall Mural
- New Business
- Additional funds available through CD13 for streetscape improvements
- Policies, Procedures, & Administrative
- Standing Rules, Membership Dues
- Should we establish a quorum
- NIC as Outreach Tool
- EPIA Elections
- New Business
- Newsletter/Web Page
- Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items
- Future Agendas Items
- Next Meeting Standing
Bring your favorite dish to share, enjoy the company of your fellow Echo Park neighbors!
The Echo Park Chamber of Commerce is active and accepting applications for membership!
The Echo Park Chamber of Commerce exists for the sole purpose of serving the business people and the residents of Echo Park. They promote economic growth and increase communications among all members of the community.
Why become a member?
The Chamber is the eyes, ears and voice of the business community. We work with local and regional government to protect business interests – your business interests – and to keep the community vibrant through a lively commercial sector.
Supporting the Echo Park Chamber of Commerce with a membership investment means supporting the total community. Echo Park’s Chamber is a major catalyst in the community, keeping it prosperous, safe and affordable. They are there for business as well as your customers.
To view meeting mintues, calendar, sign up for email announcements, or to join as a member, visit www.EPCC.la
See you at the Lotus Festival!
Saturday & Sunday, July 12-13 from 9am-9pm
+ Echo Park Night Friday, July 11
Festivities include the return of the Dragon Boat races, food vendors, performances, music, and more. And of course, the newly renovated Echo Park Lake has blooming Lotus flowers at the festival for the first time in…. years!
Come say hi at our booth we are sharing with the Echo Park Chamber of Commerce. BRING YOUR OLD BATTERIES!
We’re helping clean up by recycling old, used batteries for you.Also for a little pre-party, join Council District 13 for Echo Park Night
on Friday, July 11 from 6-9:00 pm. There will be music & entertainment, a film screening. Bring your picnic dinner and a blanket! More info: email@example.com
The June Echo Park Town Hall featured representatives from SCAG, the Southern California Association of Government.
What is SCAG? Click here to download and view the organization’s presentation!
The following is a post on behalf of Council District 13 representatives:
In response to the great interest in the subject, Council District 13 is hosting a Small Lot Subdivision Informational Workshop. The event will feature a presentation and Q&A with Simon Pastucha, an Urban Designer with the Department of City Planning and a creator of the small lot ordinance and design guidelines.
This meeting is open to all and will cover the intent of the small lot subdivision ordinance, the project approval process and the role of the small lot design guidelines.
Tuesday, July 15 – 6:30 PM
Holy Virgin Mary Cathedral
650 Micheltorena Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Please distribute this notice and flyer to anyone with interest in the subject. We expect it to be a very informative and productive workshop. Please RSVP and direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or 213-473-7569.
Click here to download the flyer.