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Mayor Rex Richardson said, "We continue to identify ways to make our parks and open spaces sustainable while also encouraging healthy, active living. The new and improved Wrigley Greenbelt will benefit our community for many years to come."
Located at De Forest Avenue between 26th Way and 34th Street, the Wrigley Greenbelt includes new improvements such as a one-mile walking trail, new picnic tables, and a sustainable design with new landscaping of drought resistant native plants, a new irrigation system, and dry stream beds to improve stormwater runoff. These enhancements will elevate visitor experience and provide the community a place for recreation, exercise and more. New native trees have been planted providing a green buffer to improve air quality while benefiting wildlife and the local ecosystem.
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Seventh District Councilmember Roberto Uranga said "The enhancements made to the Wrigley Greenbelt will become an asset for this community. It will offer residents in this neighborhood the opportunity to take in the beautiful sustainable landscape and enjoy the new walking path just in time for summer." He expressed his gratitude towards city, county and state partners for their support in this project.
The Wrigley Greenbelt project is a $3.82 million project with funding support totaling $1.62 million from Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (LACRPOSD) grant funding; $1 million from Park Impact fees; $1.2 million from Construction & Demolition Recycling Program funds; as well as Cal Fire grants secured by Conservation Corps of Long Beach, the project partner. To continue restoration efforts and maintenance for the greenbelt, State Senator Lena Gonzalez has earmarked $1.2 Million for the project.
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The City of Long Beach celebrated its official opening of Wrigley Greenbelt on Friday May 19th with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Mayor Rex Richardson and Seventh District Councilmember Roberto Uranga among others. This grant-funded community project provides restoration and preservation of green space in Long Beach's Wrigley Neighborhood along I-710 freeway with improvements such as one-mile walking trail, picnic tables, drought resistant native plants landscaping, irrigation system & dry stream beds to improve stormwater runoff among others that will benefit wildlife & local ecosystem while providing residents an opportunity to take in beautiful sustainable landscape & enjoy walking path just in time for summer season. Funding support totaling $3.82 million was provided by Los Angeles County Regional Park & Open Space District (LACRPOSD) grant funding; Park Impact fees; Construction & Demolition Recycling Program funds; Cal Fire grants secured by Conservation Corps of Long Beach; & State Senator Lena Gonzalez earmarking $1.2 Million for continued restoration efforts & maintenance for greenbelt respectively making it an asset for this community
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