VALLEY VILLAGE/STUDIO CITY AND NORTH HOLLYWOOD - The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is in the process of upgrading its aging water infrastructure with two critical projects in portions of Council District 2. These projects are essential to our city, but will cause some disruption to the flow of traffic and to area businesses. Councilmember Krekorian is working with DWP to lighten the impact of the projects on our neighborhoods and to support local residents during this process.Read more
STUDIO CITY - City officials broke ground on Studio City's Valleyheart Riverwalk Project this week, a project that propels Councilmember Krekorian's ongoing work to revitalize the LA River and restore the area's natural habitat.Read more
LOS ANGELES - Last month, Councilmember Krekorian introduced a motion to protect the city's large urban forest of mature street trees, thousands of which are removed each year due to private development and new construction. The motion instructs city departments, including the Planning Dept., the Dept. of Building and Safety, and the Bureau of Street Services Urban Forestry Division to study and adopt new policies that force developers to consider existing street trees before plans for new garages, driveways and curb cuts are approved.Read more
Our Los Angeles River is getting better, more beautiful and more usable by the day.
The 51-mile river starts in the San Fernando Valley and winds its way through many Los Angeles neighborhoods, including Studio City.
On Saturday, June 21, I proudly joined Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian and the Village Gardeners to mark the opening of Studio City’s North Valleyheart Riverwalk Project.Read more