The West San Gabriel Valley Area Plan is a long-range policy document that will guide long-term growth of the area through development of a guiding vision, goals, policies, and implementation actions for the unincorporated communities in the West San Gabriel Valley. It will support principles such as walkability, connectivity, and community vibrancy. This project will include a comprehensive land-use analysis of the unincorporated areas. Additionally, development of the Plan involves consistent outreach and collaboration with stakeholders. These stakeholders include community residents, local businesses, community-based organizations, external public agencies, surrounding jurisdictions, and other County departments.
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2023 Visioning Workshops
Share your ideas, priorities, and community history to help guide development and enhance quality of life in your community. The Los Angeles County Planning Department invites you to attend a visioning workshop and shape the development of the West San Gabriel Valley Area Plan (WSGVAP).
Please attend one of the upcoming in-person visioning workshops and a virtual meeting on historic preservation below:
- Saturday, October 7th, from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at La Crescenta Library
- Thursday, October 12th, from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Pamela County Park
- Saturday, October 14th, from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Altadena Library
- Saturday, October 21st, from 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Temple City Library
- Thursday, October 25th, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. (Virtual meeting). This meeting focused on historic preservation efforts in the planning area and provide an overview of the project.
- Thursday, November 30th, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Potrero Heights Park Community and Senior Center.
The County needs your input! Share your thoughts and ideas on what the community should look like in the future by participating in the visioning process for the West San Gabriel Valley Area Plan. Tell us your ideas and priorities! Share your knowledge about your community and its history. Help guide future development in your community and enhance the quality of life over the coming years.
The WSGVAP is a long-range policy document that will guide the growth and development of the following unincorporated communities in West San Gabriel Valley through comprehensive guiding vision, goals, policies, land use changes, and implementation actions.
• East Pasadena-East San Gabriel
• Kinneloa Mesa
• La Crescenta-Montrose
• San Pasqual
• South Monrovia Islands
• South San Gabriel
• Whittier Narrows
Join us and share your thoughts on options that could benefit unincorporated communities in West San Gabriel Valley and the lives of residents. What types of businesses, housing, and parks would you like to see more of in your community? What do you like most in your community? What opportunities are there to improve your community? The visioning workshops will be held in-person and the historic preservation meeting will be a virtual event.
2023 Historic Preservation Workshop
As part of the West San Gabriel Valley Area Plan, LA County Planning is engaging a consultant to prepare a Historic Context Statement for the planning area. This report will identify historically significant themes and property types and outline registration requirements for County designation. If you have information about buildings, structures, sites, or areas worthy of historic preservation- or about events or people important to the history of Altadena, East Pasadena-East San Gabriel, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta-Montrose, San Pasqual, South El Monte Island, South Monrovia Islands, South San Gabriel, or Whittier Narrows, please contact Katrina Castaneda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At a virtual meeting held on Thursday, October 25th, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., the Historic Context Statement was discussed and an overview of the area plan was shared with the public.