View the Environmental Documents & Attend the Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (Draft SEIR) Virtual Public Meeting
The purpose of the Draft SEIR period is to analyze potential environmental impacts the new 25-year Master Plan may have and identify solutions to minimize any significant impacts. The Draft SEIR describes reasonable alternatives for the project, ensuring Exposition Park's original EIR adequately applies to the new Master Plan. The Draft SEIR is now available for public review and feedback. The Office of Exposition Park Management will host one Draft SEIR Virtual Public Meeting in line with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
We would like to thank you and the many stakeholders who have participated in the Public Scoping process. Our team values your input.
Per the Notice of Preparation, the deadline for Scoping comments was Friday, February 21, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. PST.
We will notify all stakeholders once the Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (DSEIR) is released for public comment. An additional community meeting will be conducted during this process.
Exposition Park has come a long way since its beginnings as an agricultural park in 1872. It has served as a horse racing track, the site for the 1923 Monroe Doctrine Centennial Exposition and the 1984 Olympics. Today, Exposition Park is a thriving cultural monument that provides a space for sports, entertainment, learning and recreation to the South Los Angeles community, the Greater Los Angeles Area and visitors from all over the world.
Check out this cool GIF we created to give you an idea of just how much Exposition Park has transformed throughout the years.
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There are so many things that make Exposition Park a uniquely amazing place! So in no particular order, here are five of our reasons we thought should make the list!
Also, a first look at our Facility and Needs Assessment Findings!
1984 Olympics (source: olympic.org)