Public Invited to Learn About the City's Recycled Water Program at Community Event
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the Department of Public Works Bureau of Sanitation (BOS) are expanding the Recycled Water Program to reduce the City's dependence on imported water by providing more reliable, locally supplied water.
LADWP invites the public to hear an overview of this Recycled Water Program at an open community forum that will outline the City's long-term strategies to expand local water supplies through increased use of recycled water. The Program includes expanding infrastructure for irrigation and industrial uses along with groundwater replenishment using highly purified water.
This is a great opportunity for your family and your friends to join citizens from 90 countries to honor Oceans Day and the international effort of Coastal Cleanup Day. With over 60 locations, it's easy to find a site near you.
WHAT: A community celebration of Heal the Bay’s latest greening project – the construction of the WAYS Literacy and Fitness Park in South L.A. Working with community organizers and local architects, Heal the Bay has empowered residents to reclaim a desolate, block-long concrete traffic median and transform it into a pocket park that incorporates cutting-edge water recycling and other best practices for environmental sustainability.
curated by Pulitzer Prize winning food critic, Jonathan Gold
In the third year celebrating Los Angeles cuisine, Jonathan has chosen a fresh new roster of the area’s tastes, as well as welcoming back a few tried and true favorite restaurants with brand new dishes making their debut. A sample of confirmed restaurants include: A Frame, Bistro LQ, Chichen Itza, Earlez Grille, Jitlada, La Casita Mexicana, Manilla Machine, Mayura Amrit, Meals By Genet, Mozza, Park’s BBQ, Slaw Dogs, Street, The Gorbals, Mo-Chica and Upstairs 2.