The City of Cudahy seeks to develop a Long Range Water Conservation and Park Plan to establish a blueprint that will identify and create an inventory of water efficiency, conservation, storm water runoff, filtration, infiltration, problems and solutions. The plan would also identify sites available for new parks or green space, including pocket parks along the Los Angeles River Bike Path bordering the eastern City boundary, allowing the community to enjoy open space and low impact recreation. The plan will act as a tool to identify future funding opportunities to perform the necessary infrastructure projects that will address the City's water and park issues. Studies will be performed citywide to explore much needed water and park infrastructure projects. These identified projects and issues will be examined and solutions found based on existing design strategies available in the City's drafted "Green Streets Manual" and "Low Impact Development (LID) Guidelines" specific to managing wet weather and urban runoff. The Long Range Plan will work in collaboration with the "LID Guidelines" and "Green Streets Manual".
City of Cudahy
Recreation/Access/Interpretation, Infrastructure Improvement, Water Management
Complete and Fully Paid
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):