For a community with a name that literally translates to “the serene one,” the East Los Angeles neighborhood of El Sereno has historically lacked places to find such serenity. Despite the fact that El Sereno has among the county’s highest percentage of residents aged 10 or younger, few community facilities exist to provide opportunities for play, exercise, or just relaxation. Fortunately, thanks to a far-sighted mayor along with overwhelming support from several NRPA partners, individual donors, city officials, and community activists, a new park is well underway that is eagerly anticipated to provide a much needed peaceful oasis in t....
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amazing community and project!
Looks good..we need a parket park on the north Lorena ave and east first st to go with the Evergreen Jogging Path..90063
From the ground to the grass to the trees to the sky, a park is a place where our dreams learn to fly. We play, we laugh, our minds frolic freely. Our hearts are filled with joy and our souls pop a wheely!