Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long has the Los Angeles County Regional Parks and Open Space District existed?

    24 Years. Los Angeles County Regional Parks and Open Space District (RPOSD) was created in 1992 when voters approved Proposition A, the Safe Neighborhood Parks Act.

  • How much tax am I assessed for parks and open spaces?

    CLICK HERE to use handy calculators that will help you calculate your assessments.

  • Who can I talk to if I have a question about my tax assessment?

    You can call the Los Angeles County Property Tax Information Line at (213) 974-2111 or toll-free at (888) 807-2111 or CLICK HERE to find information on other resources for property tax questions and information.

  • How can my organization apply for a grant?

    The best place to start is to CLICK HERE to watch our video describing the application process. Next you can visit the MANAGE YOUR GRANT page for information on the application process and to download the forms you need to get started.

  • What kinds of projects has Regional Parks and Open Space District funded?

    RPOSD grants have helped fund everything from projects such as Griffith Park and The Hollywood Bowl as well as walking and hiking trails, senior centers, tree planting programs, graffiti removal, playground and fitness equipment, as well as restoration of rivers, streams and beaches throughout Los Angeles County.

    To learn more about some of our recent projects, CLICK HERE.

  • What if I have a question or concern about my local park?

    RPOSD is a granting agency and does not own or operate any parks or facilities. If you have questions about your favorite park or recreational amenity, we recommend contacting the agency who owns and operates that facility.

  • How can I submit a story about my experiences in a Los Angeles County Park?

    CLICK HERE to read our park stories. CLICK HERE to tell us your park story.