LID Ordinance at 12/14 Energy and Environment Meeting

Dear Clean Water Supporter: The Low Impact Development (LID) Ordinance* has been scheduled to be reviewed and discussed at a special meeting of the Los Angeles City Council Energy and the Environment Committee meeting on December 14, 2010. The agenda for the meeting is available to view through this link. Here are the details regarding…

LID Ordinance Continued to December 14, 2010 Meeting of Energy and the Environment Committee

Dear Clean Water Supporter, The proposed Low Impact Development (LID) Ordinance was discussed at the December 7, 2010 meeting of the Los Angeles City Council’s Energy and the Environment Committee.   Committee members voted to continue the LID Ordinance to a special meeting of the Energy and the Environment Committee on Tuesday, December 14, 2010.…

Proposed LID Ordinance To Be Heard at December 7 Energy and the Environment Committee Meeting

Dear Clean Water Supporter: The proposed Low Impact Development (LID) Ordinance* has been scheduled to be reviewed and discussed at the December 7, 2010 meeting of the Energy and the Environment Committee. The agenda for the meeting is available to view through this link. Here are the details regarding the Energy and the Environment meeting:…

Celebrate the Holidays by Celebrating the Environment and Community

We’re certain you have a busy month planned, but what better way to get into the spirit of giving this Holiday Season than to donate a few hours for a good cause. There are many volunteer and event opportunities early this month, so why not pick one and go for it! Holiday shopping can always…

LID Ordinance at Energy & Environment Council Committee on December 7th

Dear Clean Water Supporter, The proposed Los Angeles Low Impact Development (LID) Ordinance* will be scheduled to be heard at the December 7, 2010 meeting of the City Council’s Energy and Environment Committee. We will provide details regarding the time and location of the meeting once the agenda has been finalized. This is an important…

Share Your LA River Stories

by Joyce Amaro When I was student at Monterey Highlands Elementary School, my 5th grade class took a field trip to the Los Angeles Zoo. The experience I remember most about the day was driving up the Golden State Freeway on a slow-moving, yellow dinosaur-sized school bus and seeing, for the first time, all the…

Going Green with Parkways!

  L.A.’s Board of Public Works recently made it a bit easier to go green! That’s right, last month the Board voted on new rules that will allow homeowners in the city to plant drought tolerant turf and ground cover without having to obtain a permit. This means less water use, which means not only…

November Stormwater Events: A Bountiful Month of Environmental Fun

Fall is in full swing and there is no better time to lend a few hours to better our environment! There are a lot of great opportunities this month to lend a few hours and also some great events you won’t want to miss. Volunteering is like Thanksgiving every day! So come on out! >Have…

LA Stormwater Projects Map

Seeing is believing. So take a virtual tour of the LA Stormwater Program’s major past, present and future water improvement projects around the LA River watershed. There is sure to be at least one near you if you live in the area, so click on the map and explore these cool projects. To learn more about…

The Los Angeles River: An Original Hollywood Star

Tarzan paddled along its willowed banks in movies of the 1930s. The Moderne arches of its 6th Street bridge provided a gritty backdrop for the race scene in Grease. Terminators raced through its concreted channels in Terminator 2. Ever since Hollywood found its home here in Los Angeles back at the turn of the 20th…

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