There is nothing that could have a greater positive impact on the quality of life in Hollywood than the Hollywood Central Park.
– Leron Gubler, Hollywood Chamber

Progress

June 2019 PLA Commitment

Signed PLA Commitment Letter with LA/OC Building and Construction Trades

December 2019 Ideas and Inspirations Celebration

Watch Ideas and Inspirations Video

October 2019 Completed Economic Studies and Analyses

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May 2018 Support of Prop. 68

Support of Prop. 68 on June 5, 2018 ballot relating to a drought, water, parks, climate, costal protection and outdoor access for all program

April 2018 San Diego Commons

Partnership with San Diego Commons, a nonprofit group building 3 deck parks in San Diego

January 2017 Final Report

Hollywood Central Park, establishing an Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District. The report was produced for FHCP by Estolano, LeSar Perez Advisors, Economic and Planning Systems and John Kaliski Architects. The Southern California Association of Governments provided the funds to produce this document.

November 2016 Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District Plan

Through a $200,000 grant from SCAG, draft Enhanced Infrastructure Financing District plan was created by Estolano LeSar Perez Advisors

August 2016 SB 734 Testimony

Testimony on behalf of SB 734 (extension of AB 900/Environmental Leadership Development Project); approved by the Senate on August 11th and signed into law by Governor Brown on August 26

April 2016 Annual Advocacy trip to Washington DC

Annual Advocacy trip to Washington DC resulted in progress with Housing and Urban Development and Department of Transportation

April 2015 Greater & Greener International Parks Conference

City Parks Alliance triennial Greater & Greener International Parks Conference was held April 11-15 at the Historic Westin St. Francis in San Francisco. The spectacular conference was attended by more than 1000 of the most brilliant park minds from 40 countries who gathered to share ideas, best practices, victories and struggles in their respective fields.  The Hollywood Central Park headlined a panel entitled “Making the Most of Highways” and was represented by FHCP President, Alfred Fraijo.

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