New Native Oaks Planted along Laurel Canyon Blvd.
As hard as we battle inappropriate development, the only guaranteed way to stop it is to buy the properties. One of our acquired properties at 2243 Laurel Canyon Blvd. was replanted with native oaks. It will be open space forever.
New Stop Sign on Mulholland Drive at Laurel Pass
You might have noticed a new stop sign on Mulholland Drive at Laurel Pass recently. After much effort working closely with the DOT, Councilmember Ryu’s office, and the Laurel Hills HOA, the LCA was successful in getting this stop sign installed. We hope it leads to an easier entrance and exit for our Laurel Hills neighbors and that it helps to slow traffic on Mulholland Drive in this area.
The LCA is consistently advocating on behalf of all residents of Laurel Canyon to make our neighborhood safer. If you have any concerns that you’d like us to address, please reach out to us
LCA President - Jamie Hall - Interviewed on KCET SoCal Connected
Chopped down trees, unspent money, building homes thirty feet from the freeway: Is the city of Los Angeles falling down on the job when it comes to certain environmental policies? Socal Connected investigates.
Watch the Full Episode HERE
2243 Laurel Canyon Blvd is now permanent open space
The LCA and the Laurel Canyon Land Trust are proud to announce the purchase of 2243 Laurel Canyon Boulevard. After two years of advocacy, appeals, ligation, and (sometimes very heated) settlement meetings, this land will now be preserved in perpetuity as open space!
The parcel was purchased from the developer of the new house under construction at 2239 Laurel Canyon Boulevard. Replacement California Black Walnut Trees (a threatened native species) will be planted on the newly purchased parcel in order to mitigate the impacts of the development.
This marks the seventh open space acquisition to date by the Laurel Canyon Land Trust, a sister organization of the LCA and a 501c3.
Thank You, Laurel Canyon Neighbors!
In August, LCA raised over $14,000 in less than 24 hours for the Laurel Canyon Land Trust. We are now able to complete the acquisition of our target property in the Kirkwood Bowl by our August 24th deadline.
And it gets better! We were also able to acquire two additional vacant parcels in Laurel Canyon in partnership with the Mountains Recreation and Recreation Authority. We got a total of 8,897 square feet for just $5,352. That is $1.66 per square foot. What a deal! To date, we have worked to acquire 5 parcels in Laurel Canyon - that's over 17 acres of Canyon land that will remain open and wild forever.
Thank you so much for your generosity. We are making a real difference. We are not done - stay tuned!
Yucca Trail Pipeline Replacement Project
Notice to Kirkwood Bowl Residents: Starting in October, 3000 ft of pipeline will be replaced in an effort to improve the water system infrastructure.
Project Manager: Matthew Gonzalez (213) 367-1222 Matthew.Gonzalez@ladwp.com