The Board has written a letter to Michael A. Shull, General Manager Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, offering support for the Griffith Observatory Circulation and Parking Enhancement Plan. Griffith Park is not only the largest urban park in the country, but it is entirely in Los Feliz, and the neighborhood is feeling the increase in visitors to the park arriving by car. The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council supports the Plan in providing alternatives to driving and parking in our neighborhoods with improved road circulation, paid parking, and improve DASH bus shuttle service.
News & Updates
The Board has written a letter to DOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds concerning the intersection of Alexandria and Mariposa Avenues. This originally came up through LFNC Representative Jon Deutsch who listened to residents concerns of dangerous driving and unsafe walking conditions near the intersection. The matter was brought up at the Transportation & Mobility Committee who agreed that more needed to be done. The final letter sent was approved at the July 2016 meeting of the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council Governing Board.
LA Department Transportation has approved the board’s request to match the hours of left turn restrictions on Los Feliz Bl. and Rodney Dr. with the hours of the parking restrictions during morning and evening rush hours. This will help to reduce the automobile collisions that neighbors were reporting were happening with a troubling frequency, and “promote the safe and efficient movement of vehicular traffic at this location.”
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On June 7th, LA City’s Bureau of Street Services will be conducting a one day, targeted street repair campaign to perform small asphalt repairs.
Small asphalt repairs include:
- Potholes and pop outs
- Skin patching of eroded or cracked areas
- Some sidewalk and curb repairs
- Some repairs on concrete streets