The 2011 Cal Poly Pomona 606 Graduate Studio “Re-envisioning Open Space” report reviewed and analyzed:
- Community inputs
- The South Bay topography, geology, hydrology and climate
- Historic South Bay ecosystems
- Domestic and international urban design precedents
to develop “The Regional Network” that serves as the South Bay Open Space Vision. The incorporation of the “Regional Network” would enhance community links and ecosystems thus enhancing “the overall quality of life and vitality of the South Bay”.
Given the highly urban nature of the South Bay, large park opportunities are limited. However, opportunities do exist:
View the plan for small parks which represent a number of important open space opportunities in the South Bay.