04.15-
04.16
WORK BEGAN ON REPLACING
THE CALIFORNIA INCLINE
Work began on replacing the California Incline in April 2015 with anticipated completion in May 2016. This federally funded project brings the incline into compliance with Seismic Safety Standards.
Colorado
Esplanade
The Colorado Esplanade project includes circulation infrastructure and streetscaping between the 4th Street Expo Station and Ocean Avenue with a one-way traffic plan, widened sidewalk, unit pavers, street trees, wooden decking, and two way bike path.
POTABLE WATER
68%
Installed a 12,000 gallon cistern at
the new Pico Library Branch that
collects, treats, and uses rain for indoor
flushing at the library and annex,
potentially replacing potable with rainwater.
Opened
Tongva
Park
OPENED TONGVA PARK AND KEN GENSER SQUARE
WITH 300 TREES, PUBLIC ART, A PLAYGROUND, AND FOUNTAINS.
300
Trees
183,388
VISITORS AT THE NEWLY OPENED
PICO LIBRARY BRANCH FROM
APRIL 2014 TO JUNE 2015.