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HACLA Receives $10M Through Clean California Local Grant Program
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03/01/2022
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On March 1st, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the award recipients for the Clean California Local Grant Program. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) developed the Clean California Local Grant Program through which approximately $296 million in funds will go to local communities to beautify and improve local streets and roads, tribal lands, parks, pathways, and transit centers to clean and enhance public spaces. Through the combination of adding beautification measures and art in public spaces along with the removal of litter and debris, this effort will enhance communities and improve spaces for walking and recreation. HACLA received $5M for the Jordan Downs Beautification and Litter Abatement project and $5M for the South Los Angeles Rising project. The Master Plan for the new Jordan Downs Urban Village calls for the replacement of 700 outdated apartments with a total of 1,400 housing units accommodating a mix of incomes, as well as a retail center and a community center. Meanwhile, South Los Angeles Rising targets two underserved neighborhoods across seven project sites in South Los Angeles – Willowbrook and Watts – impacting the health and well-being of both communities. 

 

Learn More: https://cleancalifornia.dot.ca.gov/local-grants

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