NEW PARKS: 1/1/2000 TO 9/30/2011

MRCA: Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
From their agendas for 1/2004 to the present: http://mrca.ca.gov/archive.asp?year=2004

SMMC: Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
From their agendas for 4/2005 to the present: http://smmc.ca.gov/meeting_archive.asp

WCB: Wildlife Conservation Board
From their agendas for  8/2004 to the present: http://www.wcb.ca.gov/Meetings/



Bell creek-9.5 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment31_Attachment.pdf SMMC 10-24-05

Bell creek—restoration plan for 1/3rd acre dedication from condo project MRCA 10-4-06

Bell creek riverfront park-1/3rd acre MRCA 9-5-07



L.A. River bikeway-Marsh park connector project MRCA 2-7-07

Los Angeles River Feasiblity Study, 17 acre Studio City Golf Course site. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment] SMMC 10/20/2008

3 acre Aliso Creek and Los Angeles River Confluence Park project. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment 1] [Attachment 2] [Attachment 3] MRCA 11/5/2008

L.A. river master plan SMMC 3-26-07



Valley circle-101 freeway--4.3 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment70_Attachment%209.pdf SMMC 4-4-05

101-Valley circle, 4.3 acres (??) http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment277_Map.pdf  MRCA 5-3-06

SMMC 3-24-08

Woodland Hills: purchase of four surplus Valley Circle Boulevard and 101 Freeway interchange area properties [Map ] [Attachment] [Staff Report] MRCA 8/15/2008

Valley Circle Boulevard and 101 Freeway Interchange, Los Angeles. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment] [Map 1] [Map 2] SMMC 10/20/2008

acquisition of four surplus Caltrans-owned parcels in the vicinity of the Valley Circle Boulevard - 101 Freeway interchange. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Map] MRCA 11/5/2008



BALLONA WETLANDS--483 acres by WCB and CC--9-25-2003--The Conservancy contributed $10 million to the State's $140 million acquisition of over 480 acres of the Ballona wetlands , and is leading the State's planning effort for restoration of the property. The restoration will be aimed at re-creating scarce habitat for a variety of wildlife while providing opportunities for people to visit and enjoy the area. For documents relating to the purchase, see http://resources.ca.gov/ballona_wetlands.html
for the State's restoration website, http://www.ballonarestoration.org/, and for other Ballona Wetlands updates, http://www.saveallofballona.org/
-- ballona wcb 2003-09.jpg, 483 acres fee

Ballona creek bike trail enhancements MRCA 10-4-06

L.A. River-Ballona-- SMMC 4-24-06

Ballona creek bike trail improvements MRCA 4-5-06

1.2 acres by CC--7-16-07 Consideration and possible Conservancy authorization to disburse an amount not to exceed $100,000 to the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) for project planning and design of a proposed 1.2-acre park at the recently acquired Milton St parcel along the Ballona Creek within Culver City, Los Angeles County.

Ballona-Milton st.-1.2 acres  MRCA 8-8-07
Ballona-Milton st.-1.2 acres MRCA 2-7-07

6-30-04 Consideration and authorization to disburse up to $142,320 to the City of Culver City for the Ballona Creek Water Quality Improvement Project, and up to $381,700 to the Ballona Wetlands Foundation to develop final plans and environmental review for Phase I of the Ballona Outdoor Learning and Discovery (BOLD) project, to implement the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Plan approved by the Coastal Conservancy on August 2, 2001.



Ballona-Baldwin Hills scenic overlook trail--MRCA 3-5-08

Baldwin Hills Conservancy continuation in operation SMMC 6-5-07

Vista pacifica SMMC 4-30-07

38 acres by SP--http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/112202.pdf
11-2002 LOS ANGELES – California State Parks and the Baldwin Hills Conservancy today announced the expansion of Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area with the acquisition of the first in a series of parcels along the Stocker Corridor in the Baldwin Hills. The preservation of the 38-acre open space corridor is part of the ongoing effort to expand Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area into a two-square mile natural park, open space and recreation oasis in the heart of southwest Los Angeles. This new acquisition will ultimately provide a critical link between the Crenshaw Community and the existing Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area. Proposition 12 funds have been earmarked for the Stocker Corridor project via legislation by Sen. Kevin Murray and supported by Speaker Herb Wesson and the Davis Administration. The Stocker Corridor is a mile-long series of parcels that has remained as natural open space through the efforts of community members. The purchase of this first parcel along the corridor for $675,000 has been the culmination of community, local and state agency efforts to preserve the corridor and retain the natural characteristics of the Baldwin Hills area. 6-2002 http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/061802notice.pdfMap of stocker corridor http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/061802map.pdf



Glassell park-1.29 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment593_Map%20.pdf MRCA 3-7-07

Boyle Heights green corridors plan http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment163_Attachment%202.pdf MRCA 4-5-06

Donation near Elysian park

Elephant Hill-0.17 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment867_Map%202.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Glassell Park-.9 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment867_Map%203.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Mt. Washington-0.5 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment867_Map%204.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Paradise Hill-1/4 acre http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment867_Map%201.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Glassell Park—1.29 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment922_Map.pdf MRCA 12-5-07

Mt. Washington-1.9 acres : http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1292_Map%201.pdf  SMMC 1-28-08

20 acres at Elephant Hill

Elephant Hill--East L.A.

Elephant Hill

--Mount Washington

Mt. Washington/Elyria Canyon--2.2 acres



Glendale/L.A. River: Sunnynook Los Angeles River Project, Los Angeles. [Staff Report] [Attachment] [Map] [Attachment 2] SMMC 6/23/2008:

project plan for the 3.4 acre Sunnynook Los Angeles River Project, Los Angeles. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment] SMMC 11/10/2008

L.A.. river-Elysian bikeway MRCA 9-5-07

L.A. River-Marsh park planning MRCA 1-9-08

Taylor yard purchase map.jpg

taylor yard wcb 2005-11.JPG

Taylor Yard 57.8 acres and the Cornfields, 32 acres by SP
--http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/121203.pdf 12-2003-California State Parks announced today that it has acquired its first park property which directly fronts along the Los Angeles River at Taylor Yard near downtown Los Angeles. The 17.8-acre parcel G that has been a part of the Union Pacific Taylor Yard properties runs for about a half-mile along the river just east of the Highway 2 Glendale Freeway bridge over the Los Angeles River. It is one of the few remaining natural habitat zones left along the river and is seen as essential for the long-term restoration of the Los Angeles River. State Parks has reached an agreement with Union Pacific to purchase the17.808-acres for $10,472,000.00 and with Public Works Board approval today, escrow on the property is expected to close next week. The acquisition funding comes from Proposition 12. In December 2001, State Parks purchased the 40-acre Taylor Yard property known as parcel D along San Fernando Road. However, it is separated from the river by the Metrolink rail line. It was likewise purchased with Proposition 12 bond funding. It is now being developed jointly by California State Parks and the City of Los Angeles as a seamless park that includes both natural and recreational areas. The 17.8 acre parcel is just upstream and State Parks intends to develop it as a natural riverfront area and connect it to Taylor Yard, thereby connecting the Taylor Yard property to the Los Angeles River parkland corridor. Many believe parcels D and G are the linchpin properties for moving ahead and acquiring more of the riverfront by State Parks and other agencies to eventually create a Los Angeles River Parkway. State Parks also owns the Cornfield property, located downstream of Taylor Yard. It does not directly touch the river, but has links for bike paths and trails to the river, thereby making it one of the connecting properties to Taylor Yard and another major part of the future Los Angeles River Parkway. The northernmost 17.8-acre parcel is contiguous to the 6-mile stretch of soft-bottomed channel of the Los Angeles River known as the “Glendale Narrows”. This is one the few remaining natural habitat zones where one can get a glimpse of what the Los Angeles River may have looked like prior to channelization. Parks comm.. minutes 8-22-03–an agreement has been reached to form a partnership with the City of Los Angeles in which the state would lease about half of the 40-acre Taylor Yard site to the City of Los Angeles, which would then construct sports fields at the city’s expense. State Parks would develop the other half of the site as a “traditional” state park, which would retain the link to the parcel that is immediately adjacent to the Los Angeles River. The objective being to have a park that seamlessly transitions from active recreation to more passive recreation to a riparian environment. State Parks hopes that this will eventually lead to the “greening” of the Los Angeles River in this area.
http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/110101a.pdf 11-2001-Taylor yard parcels map: http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/110101amap.pdf For more on the original plan to purchase up to 127 acres of land locally referred to as Taylor Yard

Cornfields http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/nr061401.pdf 6-2001-Cornfields map http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/nr061401b.pdf Photos: http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/712/files/nr061401d.pdf The 32-acre parcel is within an abandoned Union Pacific R.R. railyard located between North Broadway and North Spring streets as they run between the Chinatown area and the Los Angeles River. The L.A.- Pasadena Blue Line light rail right-of-way forms the parcel’s western and northern boundaries, with an intermodal station under construction one block south of the property in Chinatown. In March of this year, the Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national non-profit land protection organization, stepped in and negotiated an option to buy the property from Union Pacific Railroad Company via the current option holder, Majestic Realty Company. An appropriation of $40,000,000, most of which will come from the Proposition 12 Parks Bond Act of 2000, is expected to be approved by the Governor when he signs the budget this summer. TPL will then transfer the property to State Parks.
By CC 6-25-2001--$$1,494,000 to the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority for acquisition of the AmeriPride property adjacent to the Arroyo Seco in the City of Los Angeles. In conjunction with this grant, the Conservancy authorized entry into a joint powers agreement with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.

By CC 6-25-2001--$1,693,000 to the City of Maywood, Los Angeles County, for the acquisition of two properties for Maywood River Park, adjacent to the Los Angeles River, and for preparation of environmental documents. Added in 12-24-02 by CC- L.A. Junction railroad property

By CC 2-24-2000--disburse up to $400,000 to the City of Paramount to acquire the Fitzpatrick property for public access along the Los Angeles River to the coast.

By CC -3-25-04 Consideration and possible Conservancy authorization to disburse up to $400,000 to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to prepare a preliminary design and conduct environmental review for wetland creation along the Los Angeles River as recommended in the DeForest Nature Center and Sixth Street Sites Wetland Feasibility Study and the Dominguez Gap Wetlands/Recreation Study.

Cornfield and taylor yard planning

Maywood (L.A.) riverfront park creation—on 7 acres of existing city-owned land— MRCA 2-1-06

South Gate/L.A. River: South Gate Riparian Restoration Acquisition Project [Staff Report] MRCA 5/7/2008

L.A. river restoration in Long Beach, purchase of 0.78 acres to connect 16 acres of recently acquired land to other parks, restoration of at least 34 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment743_Attachment.pdf
MRCA 7-12-07

Wrigley Greenbelt gates-L.A. River http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment618_Map.pdf MRCA 4-4-07

L.A. River-Dills park, City of Paramount—2.23 acres MRCA 9-5-07



Vista Hermosa/Belmont High School—8 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment70_Attachment%2015.pdf SMMC 4-4-05

Pico Rivera -1.01 acres in San Gabriel River http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment416_Map.pdf MRCA 10-23-06

Pico Rivera-1.01 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment440_Map.pdf MRCA 11-1-06

Rio Vista native garden on Rio Hondo river—9.4 acres—existing public land- MRCA 2-1-06



addition of Compton Creek - North of 91 Freeway and South of Greenleaf Boulevard to the Conservancy Acquisition Workprogram. [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Map 1] [Map 2] 9/22/2008 SMMC

acquire approximately 3.99 acres along Compton Creek [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment] [Attachment 2] [Attachment 3] MRCA 10/1/2008

Compton Creek: purchase of approximately 4.45 privately-owned acres in the City of Compton [Staff Report] [Map] MRCA 9/13/2008

Compton creek restoration opportunity sites http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment280_Attachment%202.pdf  MRCA 5-3-06

Compton creek/Washington Elementary Natural Park MRCA 9-5-07

Compton creek MRCA 5-3-06

Compton creek MRCA 7-12-06

Compton creek-1.12 acres MRCA 1-12-07

Compton creek and L.A. River/Lynwood improvements project MRCA 12-6-06

4.2 acres—Compton Creek

Compton Creek



66 acres by CC---2006• provided $7 million for the Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority’s purchase of 66 acres of the Bryant property at Los Cerritos Wetlands near the mouth of the San Gabriel River in Long Beach. The sale, primarily negotiated by the Trust for Public Land, came after more than two decades of effort by the conservation community to acquire properties that contain the wetlands. The Conservancy earlier joined with the cities of Seal Beach and Long Beach and the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers and Mountains Conservancy to establish the Authority for the purpose of acquiring and restoring the wetlands, which are degraded but still valuable habitat for many species of birds and other wildlife.

5 acres by CC--1-18-07 offer to dedicate fee title (OTD) by SCE at Los Cerritos Wetlands; designation of the Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority (LCWA) to accept the OTD; and consideration and possible authorization to disburse up to $30,000 to the LCWA to prepare a feasibility analysis of the use of the five-acre parcel for natural resource restoration purposes under the Los Cerritos Wetlands resource enhancement program, located in the City of Long Beach

Los Cerritos Wetlands authority creation



463 acres by CC and WCB--2005• to acquire the Portuguese Bend and Agua Amarga Canyon properties, a total of about 463 acres, to protect wildlife habitat on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The properties are adjacent to other protected habitat areas and will contain portions of a 20-mile trail network linked to the California Coastal Trail. 10-27-05--disburse up to $1,550,000 to the City of Rancho Palos Verdes for the acquisition of two properties necessary for implementation of the Rancho Palos Verdes Natural Communities Conservation Planning (NCCP) Subarea Plan on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in southwestern Los Angeles County.
-- portuguese bend wcb 2005-08.jpg, 463 acres fee

160.5 acres—Rancho Palos Verdes

Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy map




Verdugo Mountains/San Rafael Hills--175 acre donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment931_Map%201.pdf

Verdugo Mountains—purchase of 230 acres [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Map] MRCA 8/15/2008
Verdugo Mountains-Hostetter Rd.-227 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment745_Map.pdf MRCA 7-12-07

Majors ranch—461.8 acres -- SMMC 12-6-04
 (parcels were eventually bought by a private land trust, Fond Land Preservation Foundation http://flpf.org/ )

La Crescenta/Pickens ridge—300 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment146_Map%202.pdf SMMC 1-23-06

Shadow hills--32 acre conservation easement http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment206_Attachment.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

La Tuna cyn—re-alignment of trails over 27 acres donated by developer http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment640_Map.pdf MRCA 5/2/07

Tujunga wash gold course—280 acre donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment649_Map.pdf MRCA 5/2/07

260 acres in Big Tujunga Wash

600 acres Canyon Hills open space donation and conservation easement

126 acres purchase in Lopez Canyon [Staff Report] [Map 1] [Map 2] MRCA 8/15/2008

acquire APN 2572-028-029 (approximately 8.5 acres) in the Barras and La Tuna Canyon watershed divide adjacent to the Verdugo Hills Golf Course, Los Angeles. [Map] [Resolution] [Staff Report] MRCA 10/1/2008

1.25 acre Big Tujunga Wash – Oro Vista Acquisition Project. [Staff Report] [Resolution] MRCA 11/5/2008

Shadow hills proposed conservation easement http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment15_Map.pdf MRCA 11-2-05

Big Tujunga cyn, 5.07 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%2020.pdf  MRCA 5-3-06

La Crescenta/Blanchard Canyon, 0.06 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%202.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Stough cyn-Verdugo mtns park improvements http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment311_Map.pdf  SMMC 6-26-06

Hansen dam SMMC 7-31-06

Hansen dam wetland restoration MRCA 7-31-06

Pacoima—8th street park improvements MRCA 10-4-06

Shadow hills--0.77 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment422_Map.pdf MRCA 10-23-06
Shadow Hills-0.77 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment445_Map.pdf MRCA 11-1-06

Big Tujunga cyn—5.07 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment456_Map%2016.pdf MRCA 11-20-06

Tujunga creek-L.A. basin OS map http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment495_Attachment.pdf SMMC 11-29-06

Haines cyn channel-verdugo mtns-vegetation clearance SMMC 3-26-07

Blanchard Cyn-Tujunga--0.09 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment866_Map%203.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Burbank-Verdugos—4 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment865_Map.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Kagel Cyn-0.05 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment869_Map%202.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

La Tuna Cyn-1.9 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment866_Map%201.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Verdugo Crestline-0.09 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment866_Map%202.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Big Tujunga habitat enhancement MRCA 12-5-07

Sylmar comm. Plan—map of public lands in area http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1354_Map.pdf
SMMC 3-24-08

Tujunga Wash greenway—expansion of workprogram http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1359_Map.pdf
SMMC 3-24-08

La Tuna canyon —expansion of workprogram http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1360_Map.pdf
SMMC 3-24-08

Pacoima Wash greenway 8th street park--MRCA 4-2-08

La Crescenta-Blanchard cyn--0.06 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment246_Map.pdf MRCA 6-7-06

1.09 acres in La Crescenta

9.56  acres in Big Tujunga Wash

4 acres on Verdugo Crestline



joughin ranch wcb 2003-05.JPG, 1733 acres fee

Devils cyn—275 acre donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment648_Map.pdf

Devils cyn-53 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment624_Map.pdf SMMC 4-30-07

Devils cyn -80 acres (addition of 27 acres to earlier 53 acre purchase) http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment696_Map.pdf  SMMC 6-5-07

Devils cyn-Chatsworth-80 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment699_Map.pdf MRCA 6-6-07

Chatsworth/Santa Susana Mountains—donation of 14 acres [Map 1] [Map 2] [Staff Report] MRCA 7/2/2008

Deerlake highlands-Chatsworth –0.5 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%203.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Deerlake highlands-Chatsworth http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment146_Map%201.pdf SMMC 1-23-06

Browns cyn—4.21 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%203.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Chatsworth-Devil cyn-6.5 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment394_Map.pdf MRCA 10-4-06

Browns cyn/Santa Susana Mountains -0.21 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment456_Map%2018.pdf  MRCA 11-20-06

Deerlake Highlands-0.06 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment869_Map%201.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Granada Hills Comm. Plan —map of public lands in area http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1353_Map.pdf
SMMC 3-24-08

Rocky peak trailhead http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment654_Map.pdf MRCA 5/2/07

Knollwood-Granada Hills-1.6 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment866_Map%204.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Indian Oaks—settlement in Chatsworth

Chatsworth-Deerlake, 0.07 acres

Deerlake-chatsworth grading easement-- MRCA 2-1-06




(note: map shows the wrong parcels; actual parcels are to the immediate north) SMMC 9-27-04

Peaceful valley-14 freeway—17.1 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%207.pdf
MRCA 1-11-06

East of Acton—7.5 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%205.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

East of Acton—10 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%206.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

East of Acton—Hughes Canyon—62.84 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2010.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Agua Dulce – 55 acres-- MRCA 1-11-06

Acton—30 acres- Youngs Canyon, south of Escondido Cyn and 14 FWY-- MRCA 1-11-06

Davenport rd-Agua Dulce—1.09 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%201.pdf
MRCA 1-11-06

Escondido Canyon-South of 14 FWY—10 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2016.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Mattox cyn-soledad cyn—80 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2011.pdf
MRCA 1-11-06

South Acton-Arrastre Canyon—10 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2012.pdf
MRCA 1-11-06

Bee cyn/Santa Clarita—28 acre conservation easement http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment82_Attachment%20.pdf MRCA 2-1-06

Rio Dulce ranch-1015 acres in agua dulce http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment168_Map.pdf
MRCA 4-5-06

Agua Dulce-Rio Dulce ranch—1015 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment215_Map.pdf
MRCA 5-3-06

Soledad cyn-25 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%205.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Soledad Canyon, 41 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%2011.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Agua Dulce-15.15 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment297_Map.pdf MRCA 7-12-06

Soledad cyn-41 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment456_Map%202.pdf MRCA 11-20-06

Agua Dulce pinchpoint SMMC 4-30-07

Agua dulce pinchpoint-maps of public lands http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment700_Map.pdf

Agua Dulce pinchpoint http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment690_Map.pdf MRCA 6-6-07

Agua Dulce/Acton-Antelope valley, map of public lands http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment689_Map.pdf
MRCA 6-6-07

Soledad cyn-40 acres transferred from MRCA to City of Santa Clarita http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment686_Map.pdf  MRCA 6-6-07

Agua dulce (L.A. county general plan)

MRCA 11-7-07

Agua Dulce pinchpoint pre-acquisition services deal with Riverside Land Conservancy
SMMC 2-25-08

Agua Dulce-Acton public-owned parcels potentially suitable for wind energy projects http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1031_Map.pdf
MRCA 3-5-08

MRCA 3-5-08

Soledad Canyon/Santa Clara River Valley—purchase of 83.75 acres: in unincorporated Los Angeles County. [Map 1] [Map 2] [Map 3] [Map 4] [Map 5] [Map 6] [Map 7] [Map 8] [Staff Report]
MRCA 5/7/2008

Agua Dulce/Soledad Canyon: funds for the Soledad Canyon Conceptual Area Protection Plan [Staff Report] MRCA 5/7/2008

320 acres in Soledad canyon,MRCA 12-3-2008 [Map] [Staff Report] [Map] [Staff Report]

entering into a grant agreement with the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy for the Soledad Canyon Conceptual Area Protection Plan [Staff Report] MRCA 12/3/2008

adds APNs 3210-002-012, 3210-003-007, 008, and 009 to Project Agreement for the 270 acre Agua Dulce - Soledad Canyon area; (b) payment of said funds into escrow held by the Riverside Land Conservancy, [Map] [Staff Report] MRCA 12/3/2008

acquisition and/or restoration of the 51.5 acre Robin’s Nest property (APNs 3209-008-012, 3209-008-013, 3209-008-016 in upper Soledad Canyon, in exchange for funding applied towards the acquisition of APNs 3210-002-012, 3210-003-007, 008, and 009 unincorporated Los Angeles County.
[Map] [Staff Report] MRCA 12/3/2008

83.75 acres in Soledad canyon—MRCA 6/3/2009

74 acres in Soledad Canyon--MRCA 10/7/2009

126 acres in Agua Dulce—Soledad canyons—MRCA 2-3-2010

Bobcat canyon--12/1/2010 MRCA

Acton—12/1/2010 MRCA

1017 acre Rio Dulce Ranch--3/2/2011 MRCA

Soledad canyon (south of the road) and Acton, pre-purchase planning, many parcels, MRCA 4-6-11




North Elsmere cyn—400 acre donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment598_Map.pdf MRCA 3-7-07

--400 acres in north Elsmere Canyon, adjacent to Angeles National Forest. This property connects the thousands of acres of parks in the Santa Monica Mountains, Simi Hills and Santa Susana Mountains with the Angeles National Forest and parks in the east half of L.A. County! This pinch point is just north of Sylmar and Granada Hills and south of Santa Clarita.

400 acres north of Sylmar (Bull Creek and Grapevine canyons)


Newhall pass

--Newhall Pass--6.6 acre purchase

Newhall Pass

Violin cyn—230 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment641_Map.pdf MRCA 5/2/07

Chiquito cyn-Val verde--0.99 acre http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2020.pdf

Chiquito cyn-Val Verde http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment146_Map%205.pdf SMMC 1-23-06

Val Verde—21.39 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2019.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Placerita cyn—7.2 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%204.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Ridge route—2.02 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2018.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Templin-Hwy 5---20 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment869_Map%206.pdf MRCA 11-7-07

Sierra highway –2.45 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%202.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Tick cyn—5.16 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment53_Map%2014.pdf MRCA 1-11-06

Santa Clarita-L.A. aqueduct-0.73 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%2019.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Portal Ridge/north of Santa Clarita, 5 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment258_Map%201.pdf MRCA 6-26-06

Portal Ridge/north of Santa Clarita , 80 acres, http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment258_Map%202.pdf MRCA 6-26-06

Texas cyn-Santa Clarita area—280 acre donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment292_Map.pdf MRCA 7-12-06

Iron cyn-sand cyn/Santa Clarita-16.3 acres donation to MRCA 9-6-06

Pico cyn-27.6 acres conservation easement http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment361_Map.pdf MRCA 9-18-06

Santa Clarita-Via Princessa—35 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment372_Map.pdf MRCA 9-18-06

Sand cyn—30 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment393_Map.pdf MRCA 10-4-06

Potrero cyn-stevenson ranch—10.6 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment456_Map%206.pdf MRCA 11-20-06

Pico cyn park access http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment571_Attachment.pdf  MRCA 2-7-07

Santa Clarita open space district--SMMC 6-5-07

Santa Felicia Cyn-Hathaway Ranch area-215 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment869_Map%207.pdf
MRCA 11-7-07

Potrero cyn, 10.6 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%204.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

3200 acres bought by City of Santa Clarita

--Santa Clarita--5 acres

1.6 acres in Hasley canyon




200 acres—Firehouse hill in Calabasas
197 acres at Firehouse hill
las virgenes-101 aerial—park
Las virgenes-101 property-smmc map.jpg


Agoura hills-Rasmussen—146 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment620_Map.pdf MRCA 4-4-07
or 151 acres—WCB 2001-08

Sage ranch/south-Woolsey cyn, 9.28 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment211_Map%201.pdf MRCA 5-3-06

Santa Susana Pass state park general plan http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1285_Map.pdf SMMC 1-28-08

Lindero cyn-18.2 acre purchase from school district-- SMMC 12-5-05
18 acres Lindero Creek , L.A. County Funds Major Land Purchases in Santa Monica Mountains

Agoura-liberty cyn—4 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment132_Map%2014.pdf MRCA 3-1-06

Stokes cyn -0.25 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment54_Map%205.pdf  MRCA 1-11-06

East of Ahmanson-64 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment215_Map%203.pdf SMMC 3-27-06

Calabasas park fiber optic cable easement MRCA 5-3-06

Calabasas grade-15 acres adjacent to 101 freeway http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment350_Attachment.pdf
MRCA 9-6-06

Calabasas grade-15 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment435_Map.pdf  SMMC 10-23-06

Calabasas grade-15 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment418_Map.pdf MRCA 10-23-06

Calabasas Grade-15 acres http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment442_Map.pdf  MRCA 11-1-06

Liberty Cyn-Heschel-29 acre conservation easement donation http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment872_Map.pdf  MRCA 11-7-07

Calabasas/Las Virgenes View Prk—access and drainage easement  MRCA 2-6-08

Liberty Canyon—swap of easements with private developer at 101 freeway pinchpoint http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1029_Map.pdf
MRCA 3-5-08

Liberty Canyon wildlife corridor, exchange of easements, http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1067_Map.pdf  MRCA 4-2-08

29-acre conservation easement donation adjacent to Liberty Canyon, Agoura Hills.

5.6 acres in Agoura Hills, near liberty Canyon

20 acres in Liberty Canyon, in Agoura Hills

Las Virgenes canyon trail south of 101 Freeway

80 acre gift in Stokes Canyon, upper Malibu Creek near Calabasas



duarte wcb 2002-08.jpg
duarte wcb 2005-11.JPG, 328 acres fee

bluebird-Glendora wcb 2005-11.JPG, 69 acres fee

bluebird-Glendora wcb 2007-11.jpg, 262 acres fee

gordon mull-Glendora wcb 2004-08.jpg, 42 acres fee

monrovia wilderness preserve wcb 2002-05.jpg, 429 acres fee

north claremont wcb 2007-02.jpg, exp 1, 180 acres fee

marshall canyon wcb 2005-02.JPG, 258 acres fee

marshall cyn wcb 2007-02.jpg, exp 1, 64 acres fee

north claremont wcb 2004-08.jpg, 233 acres fee

north claremont wcb 2011-02.jpg, exp 1,   151 acres fee

rubio cyn-Altadena wcb 2011-02.jpg, 8 acres fee

Rubio canyon--Altadena--2.8 acres

20 acres in Rubio Canyon

$4,200,000 to the City of Pasadena for acquisition of approximately 21 acres, Annandale project, City of Pasadena. [Staff Report] [Attachment 1] [Attachment 2] SMMC 12/2/2008

Annandale cyn-Pasadena -20.6 acres http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment552_Map.pdf  SMMC 2-26-07

La Verne—3 acre conservation easement http://mrca.ca.gov/pdf/attachment162_Attachment.pdf MRCA 4-5-06

Altadena Foothills-Emerald Horseshoe, Cal Poly Pomona study http://smmc.ca.gov/pdf/attachment1326_Attachment%202.pdf
SMMC 2-25-08



480 acres by Antelope Valley poppy preserve