Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) is dedicated to the creation of parkland for public access, recreation, habitat preservation and development of trails.
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2 Submitted Ideas
- PLAY ·2015 Grants Challenge
The Franklin-Ivar Park project will convert a ¾-acre lot into a natural park in the heart of Hollywood. Elements of the park include an amphitheater, California native plant landscaping, significant tree canopy to mitigate pollution, water-efficient irrigation, picnic area, adventure play area for youth, shaded seating, solar panels, bicycle racks, nature trails, and free Wi-Fi.
- LIVE ·2015 Grants Challenge
El Dorado Park project will create a 1-acre innovative multiple-benefit park adjacent to Pacoima Wash in a disadvantaged community. The park will feature recreational, educational, and water-quality improvement features such as landscaped fitness trails, free-play meadow, picnic and community gathering spaces, education stations, and stormwater treatment basins which will be attractive, educational, sustainable, and will clean Pacoima Wash by capturing, treating polluted stormwater and trash.