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Los Angeles State Historic Park

1245 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA  90012

California State Parks

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Opened on April 22, 2017.

Los Angeles State Historic Park (LASHP) is a California Department of Parks and Recreation project that is 32 acres of open space where visitors can enjoy a view of Downtown LA while they walk through its trails. Uniquely located in the heart of Los Angeles, it is surrounded by Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and Mission Junction.

For more information on LASHP please click here.

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Ruben Ingold Parkway

The project included removal and replacement of asphalt pavement for a 1/2 mile walking trail, replacement of security lighting, installation of a 4-station physical exercise course, removal and replacement of benches, and installation and replacement of park signage.

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Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

This project is being completed in multiple phases and includes the following:
Replacement of existing shade structures with new prefabricated shade shelters as well as upgrades to walking paths and concrete pads. Expansion of the the existing parking lot at the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area Soccer Complex to accommodate an additional 36 parking spaces.

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