Such as the California Science Center, the California African-American Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, EXPO Center, the Rose Garden and the Dr. Theodore T. Alexander Jr. Science Center Charter School.
California Science Center Air and Space Center (a new home for the Space Shuttle Endeavour), Banc of California Stadium (owned and operated by the Los Angeles Football Club to host a Major League Soccer team), USC’s $270 million renovation of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art.
Access to the park is also energized by the new and future amenities
surrounding it such as the Metro Expo Line, MyFigueroa Bike Lane Project
and the LA 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
108 years’ worth of memories were made at Exposition Park and preserving the historical legacy and accessibility of the park is a priority.
The voice of local community members will be a guiding force in future design and construction to ensure it remains a reflection of the needs and vision of the community.
Local neighborhood residents, businesses, non-profits and government agencies have collaborated over the years to champion the Park and will continue to be engaged in efforts to preserve and sustain this vital resource for the benefit of all.
Provides a clear picture of facilities that currently exist in the Park and makes recommendations for future Park uses.
Identifies a mix of open space, recreational, educational and operational options.
Outlines key improvements and projects necessary to implement the Master Plan vision. It includes details on proposed projects taking into account the feedback, research, and information gathered through the Master Planning process.
Analysis of potential impacts and overview of how they can be addressed to fulfill the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).