LA StormCatcher – 59th Place

LA StormCatcher – 59th Place

LA StormCatcher – 59th Place Location: West 59th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90043 This residence located on the block of 59th Place participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally,…

LA StormCatcher – 6th Avenue

LA StormCatcher – 6th Avenue

LA StormCatcher – 6th Avenue Location: 6th Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90018 This residence located on the block of 6th Avenue participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally, they…

LA StormCatcher – Gaviota Avenue

LA StormCatcher – Gaviota Avenue

LA StormCatcher – Gaviota Avenue Location: Gaviota Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91406 This residence located on the block of Gaviota Avenue participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally, they…

LA StormCatcher – Marilla Street

LA StormCatcher – Marilla Street

LA StormCatcher – Marilla Street Location: Marilla Street, Northridge, CA 91325 This residence located on the block of Marilla Street participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally, they are an…

LA StormCatcher – 43rd Place

LA StormCatcher – 43rd Place

LA StormCatcher – 43rd Place Location: West 43rd Place, Los Angeles, 90008 This residence located on the block of West 43rd Place participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally,…

LA StormCatcher – Bonner Avenue

LA StormCatcher – Bonner Avenue

LA StormCatcher – Bonner Avenue Location: Bonner Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91606 This residence located on the block of Bonner Avenue participated in The Collaborative’s StormCatcher Project (#LAStormCatcher) which retrofitted pilot homes with large tanks (cisterns) and rain gardens to demonstrate how Angelenos can secure a climate-resilient future by capturing stormwater at home. Although cisterns aren’t used widely locally, they…

Avalon Green Alley Network – Phase 1

Avalon Green Alley Network – Phase 1

Avalon Green Alley Network – Phase 1 Location: Between W 53rd Street and W 54th street and Main Street and San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037 The Avalon Project will transform six alley segments that create a network and a connection between residential homes and community amenities, including the local schools, parks and local grocery store. The multi-benefit Avalon Green Alley Network…

Elmer Avenue Neighborhood

Elmer Avenue Neighborhood

Elmer Avenue Neighborhood Location: 7700 block of Elmer Avenue, Los Angeles, CA The Elmer Avenue Neighborhood retrofit project incorporates stormwater capture technologies that provide multiple benefits on both private and public property. The homes that line the street were retrofitted with bioswales, rain barrels, drought tolerant planting palettes, and permeable pavers, while the public street incorporated under-street infiltration galleries and catch…

Oros Green Street and Steelhead Park

Oros Green Street and Steelhead Park

Oros Green Street and Steelhead Park Location: Oros Street, Elysian Valley, Los Angeles, CA The Oros Green Street Project captures stormwater runoff from homes and a residential street and cleans it through a series of soil and plant layers before it gets into the Los Angeles River. While providing the neighborhood with beautiful landscape and infrastructure, this eco-friendly greenscape is…

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