Trees on San Pedro Street Project

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The Trees on San Pedro St. Project exists to promote neighborhood beautification on the public sidewalks of Skid Row as defined by the space between Main and Alameda and 3rd and 7th streets in downtown Los Angeles. This public/private partnership, which focuses primarily on planting trees and supporting their maintenance, is the first step in a continuing effort of improvement reflecting a growing sense of neighborhood pride.


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Trees on San Pedro Street Project

  1. 5. <ul><li>http://dwcweb.org/ourcenter.htm </li></ul>www.dwcweb.org
  2. 18. South Park & Central Library, Downtown LA
  3. 19. Skid Row, Downtown LA
  4. 25. <ul><li>Since the police department's Safer City Initiative began in September 2006, an extra 50 police officers have worked Skid Row. Trees are trimmed for better lighting. </li></ul>
  5. 31. Senior Lead Officer Jack Richter (LAPD Skid Row)
  6. 39. <ul><li>New Tree Watering Schedule: Month 1: twice a week Months 2-3: once a week Months 4-7: once every two weeks Months 8-12: once every three weeks Years 2-5: once every four to six weeks </li></ul>
  7. 45. Central Park NYC inspires
  8. 48. http://treesonsanpedrostproject.wordpress.com/ <ul><li>existing to promote neighborhood beautification on the public sidewalks of Skid Row, Los Angeles </li></ul><ul><li>special thanks to: Amy Harrin/visuals and Iris & Karl Lohninger/sound </li></ul>existing to promote neighborhood beautification on the public sidewalks of Skid Row, Los Angeles                                                      

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