The South Bay is “Park Poor”

The South Bay is “Park Poor” (The 2011 Cal Poly Pomona 606 Graduate Studio study “Re-envisioning Open Space”). As this diagram shows, only El Segundo meets the federally recommended park land levels of 10 acres per 1000 residents. California’s “park poor” definition is 3 acres or less per 1000 residents. Note: California State Assembly Bill 31 gives priority for park funds to these critically underserved communities.

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