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Project: Compton Creek Walking Path Phase II

Description: The Compton Creek Walking Path will provide an aesthetically pleasing and safer alternative for pedestrians and cyclists to navigate between local schools, parks, and shopping or simply offer a place for folks to relax and take a break from urban life by providing an extension of that walking/cycling path which leads to the Compton Bike Trail. This grant will specifically help fund the retaining wall to ensure safe passage for the trail users as well as obtain the permits required from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, waterproof the wall, and related expenditures for the drainage system associated with the wall.

Reference Number: 3825RMC18001

Implemented By: Los Angeles Conservation Corps

Objective: Proposed project is consistent with the San Gabriel and Los Angeles River Watershed and Open Space Plan and is necessary to carry out the purposes and objectives of Division 22.8 of the PRC, Proposition 84, and Proposition 1.

Type: Restoration, Recreation/Access/Interpretation, Water Management

Total Cost: $1,000,000.00

Project Status: Complete but Not Fully Paid

On Time?: Yes    Within Scope?: Yes    Within Budget?: Yes

Estimated Completion: 5/31/2022    Actual Completion:

Associated Counties: Los Angeles

Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC): Yes

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
Local Contribution10/15/2018$36,000.00
Other State Funds10/15/2018$664,000.00
Prop. 84, Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watersheds Program10/15/2018$55,000.00
Prop. 1, Ecosystem, Watershed Protection and Restoration10/15/2018$245,000.00

Project MetricMetric TopicQuantityUnit
RestorationUrban Greening  
Recreation/Access/InterpretationNew/Improved Public Access (other than coastal)  
Water ManagementWatershed Protection  

Water Action Plan Target

Increase Regional Self-Reliance and Integrated Water Management Across All Levels of GovernmentAction Description
Protect and Restore Important EcosystemsAction Description


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