REVITALIZING RUNYON CANYON
October 23, 2010 9am-2pm
WHERE: Runyon Canyon Park (Fuller
2000 North Fuller,
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Department of Recreation and Parks in partnership with Gay For Good is hosting
the 2nd Annual Runyon Canyon Restoration Day. Over 100 volunteers will come
together to clean-up, replant and restore the popular Hollywood Hills Park.
Volunteers will cut and clear brush, mulch hillsides, build sandbag supports,
repair information kiosks and restore heavily eroded trails around the City Park.
A ceremonial tree will be planted to commemorate the event.
The 2nd Annual
Runyon Canyon Restoration Day is being supported by Councilmember Tom LaBonge
(Council District 4), TreePeople, Hollywood United Methodist Church, Hollywood
Hills Neighborhood Council and Upper Nichols Canyon HOA.
Runyon Canyon is 160-acre City of Los Angeles Park that
features a children’s play area, hiking trails and a 90-acre off-leash dog
area. The popular hiking location has numerous trails and three breathtaking
observation points with stunning views of Hollywood and the surrounding Los
Gay For Good is
a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) volunteer service organization
with over 1600 members in Los Angeles and has chapters in four other U.S.
cities. Founded in 2008, the group aims to build goodwill and understanding
through monthly service projects to environmental and social welfare
organizations outside the LGBT community.
Councilmember Tom LaBonge (Council District 4)
Neighborhood Council members
Volunteers working hard to restore the popular park
more information about the Department of Recreation and Parks events,
activities, programs, services and facilities, go to www.laparks.org, or call
311, or 213.202.2700.