Los Angeles Public Works Board 14 grants for cosmetic projects

Los Angeles (CBSA) – The Public Works Board has announced that it has approved the 14 neighborhood beautification projects known as Beautify LA Grant (KLAB Community Beautification Grant).

Beautify LA Grant was created to support community projects in the Los Angeles area to improve oppressed, dirty or exposed areas.

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For a total of $ 2,500 each, finalists who receive financial support must match up to $ 25% or $ 625 in foreign funds, volunteer time, discounts or professional services or supplies.

Paul Rxx, director of the Bureau of Community Beauty, said:

“Through Beautify LA Grant we met with a number of local groups. And shared resources with all applicants to help them mobilize their project ideas. in the future. We hope that this will encourage more people to improve Communities “

The 14 winners were selected from a group of 52 subscribers and 26 were invited to the presentation – 19 of the invited community programs voted for the Public Works Board.

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Ora García, Vice President of the Public Works Board and Chairperson of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

“We are committed to improving the quality of life for Angelenos. The LA Grant Program is an opportunity to ask community groups to join us in our mission to beautify and improve our environment.

Another support program, through Beautify LA, will be launched again in 2022.

Selected projects include landscaping projects, wall projects, banner projects, cultural plaque projects, and community gardening projects.

14 winners

  • District 2 Landscape Project’s footbridge Square Laurel Canyon / Valleyheart Media has been launched by the neighboring Bridgebridge Watch.
  • District 3 Landscaping and Landscaping Project “LA River Bike Path Along the Headwaters” presented by LA River Walkers and Watchers.
  • District 3 Landscaping Project Valerio Street Pocket Park, presented by Reseda Neighborhood Council
  • District 4 Landscaping Project’s “Bronson Canyon Improvement Fund” presented by The Oaks and Bronson Canyon Improvement Fund
  • District 7 Landscaping Project Dead: “Let’s North North Hills,” launched by North Valley Care Services.
  • District 12 Park Landscaping Project Pretty “Porter Breeding Beauty Project”, Presented by Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council;
  • District 13 Landscape Project and Bronze Monument Complete La LA River Stewardship Memorial
  • District 15 Landscaping Project Surrounded by “Watts Imperial Courts Unity Garden”, presented by Greenspace,
  • District 5 Wall Painting Project: “Roseswood Gardens Moral Project,” presented by Mid-West City Council;
  • District 8 Wall Painting Project: The Chesterfield Square Moral Project, presented by Chesterfield Square Community Club,
  • District 10 Art Banners Project Falling: “Washington Transit Corridor Beauty,” presented by City Council
  • District 13 Cultural Plane Project: Decorate the City of Thailand, Presented by the Thai Community Development Center.
  • District 13 Community Garden Shed Construction, presented by One World One Nation,
  • District 14 Community Vegetable Project Project “Delivered Gardens and Campus Beauty at Delevan Drive Elementary” at Delevan Drive Elementary School.

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