Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard
The Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard is a joint effort of the 100 Acre Partnership (City of Los Angeles, California State Parks and the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority). The Paseo del Rio at Taylor Yard will include a one-mile public use greenway, an entry plaza and a water quality improvement wetland that supports natural habitat. Paseo del Rio runs along the river's edge on both the G1 and G2 parcels.
These projects will provide open space for increased habitat along the Los Angeles River. Some amenities that may be included include trails, native habitat areas, health and wellness activities, gathering spaces, outdoor classrooms, a kayak launch and landing, and scenic overlooks. The Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard will benefit our surrounding communities and region, while increasing access to the Los Angeles River.
We hope that you will join the conversation as we proceed on Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard. Your feedback will be key. If you were not able to join us at our first Community Workshop on Saturday, August 13th or on November 17 and 19th please answer our survey: English or Spanish,
Thank you for your interest and participation in planning the Paseo del Río at Taylor Yard.