What Will The Hyde Park Community Look Like In 2025?
A community is defined by its location, economic viability and the residents that make up that area. As with most, Hyde Park is a community made up of a variety of residents and business owners, many of whom hold different opinions about the community and its growth for the future.
In an effort to balance these varying needs, HOPE has created The Hyde Park Community Revitalization Summit (“The Hyde Park Summit”), a Community Economic Development Planning Conference for the Hyde Park Community to help residents and stakeholders come together to make community-wide choices in advance of the transformation of the Crenshaw Corridor.
The Hyde Park Summit is a one-day conference with the overall goal of meeting the economic needs of the Hyde Park residents and stakeholders, while also maintaining those social, cultural, historical, and environmental characteristics that are valued by the community.
To help address these needs The Hyde Park Summit is divided into three (3) Core Community Planning Areas:
*Rebuilding Social Relationships;
*Developing a Broad-based Economic Development Plan; and the
*Incorporation of Land Use and Transit-Oriented Development
With the desired Summit outcomes being:
1. To generate a Comprehensive Planning Document that defines the Hyde Park Initiative and guides the community development work; as well as incorporates ways in which Hyde Park can better connect and interface with the adjacent communities.
2. To create Four (4) “Community Action Teams” consisting primarily of local Hyde Park stakeholders who will work on the implementation of the Community Development Initiatives produced from the Summit.
These Four (4) Hyde Park “Community Actions Teams” are as follows:
-Education & Youth Development
-Land Use and Community Ecology
-Resident and Civic Engagement
To RSVP, please visit: www.HydeParkHope.org
5010 11th Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90043
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