Community Workshop #2

SUNDAY, JUNE 25 • 1–4PM Topic: Developing preferred concepts Simon Wiesenthal Center
1399 Roxbury Drive
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Community Survey Results

Hundreds of you weighed in online. Hundreds more talked to us at the SORO Festival. And now we're ready to share the results!
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Business Survey

If you run a business along South Robertson, we are especially interested to hear from you. Take the Business Survey now.
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The South Robertson Great Streets Project Area

The project area extends between Cadillac/Hillsboro to the north and Kincardine to the south.
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S. Robertson Project Area

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Everything you need to know about the Great Streets project

Everything you need to know about the Great Streets project

In early 2017, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced South Robertson as the recipient of a GREAT STREETS grant, with specific focus on the area between Cadillac and Kincardine, just south of Hamilton High School. South Robertson was one of only three submitted projects to win a BUILD grant. The opportunity for change on South Robertson is …

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Your input so far…

Your input so far…

We’ve had a whirlwind couple of weeks on the GREAT STREETS project. A catch-up post was long overdue! We’ve now had three major rounds of community input on the project so far–from the initial community survey, from the first workshop, and from the SoRo Festival. In addition, we’ve summarized some of what we’d heard from …

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10 Freeway Ramp Project

10 Freeway Ramp Project

Although it’s not part of the Great Streets project, a new effort to reconfigure all four I-10 Freeway ramps at Robertson will have a dramatic impact on the future of the neighborhood. Currently, the ramps are located to the immediate south of the Great Streets area. One, the westbound exit ramp, is located directly across from …

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Sunday’s Kickoff Workshop

Sunday’s Kickoff Workshop

We are counting the hours until we get to see you at our kickoff workshop for Great Streets South Robertson! Our first meeting is on Sunday and we’re going to have some fun! Where/When? Great Streets Kickoff Meeting and Workshop #1 Sunday, 21 May: 1-4pm Simon Wiesenthal Center, Third Floor 1399 S. Roxbury Drive, Los …

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Thank you for your surveys!

Thank you for your surveys!

You bowled us over with your submissions for the initial Great Streets survey! Hundreds and hundreds of you weighed in and we’re so grateful for your enthusiasm for this project! The initial survey is now closed. Your input will shape the next step on the journey, the community workshop on Sunday 21st May from 1-4pm. What’s next? Come out and participate in …

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Are you a business owner along South Robertson?

Are you a business owner along South Robertson?

If you’re a business owner along South Robertson, we are especially interested in hearing from you. Since you’re right there along Robertson, what you have to share will have tremendous impact. We’ve created a separate survey just for you. It will take you less than 5 minutes to complete. We can’t wait to hear your …

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Kickoff meeting and workshop: Sunday May 21 from 1-4pm

Kickoff meeting and workshop: Sunday May 21 from 1-4pm

We’re kicking off the Great Streets project with our first community meeting and workshop on Sunday 21 May from 1-4pm. At this meeting, we’ll get a quick grounding in what the Great Streets project is from the consultants who the City has engaged, and then we’ll dive right into a workshop where we can learn some …

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South Robertson selected as one of the LA’s Great Streets!

South Robertson selected as one of the LA’s Great Streets!

Earlier this month, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced South Robertson (SORO) as a recipient of a GREAT STREETS grant, with specific focus on the area between Cadillac and Kincardine. The Great Streets initiative aims to revitalize Great Streets around the city with thriving economic corridors, enhanced neighborhood character, and more closely connected communities using their local public spaces to …

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