Explore the City’s Great Space—September 16 and 28, October 14 and 26
Published : Saturday, September 16, 2017 | 1:37 AM
Mayor Tornek has been a strong proponent of addressing long standing Arroyo Seco issues and he would like to hear the public’s thoughts on how to preserve its character and beauty, maintain it, and appropriately enhance it for the enjoyment of future generations.
Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco is comprised of almost a thousand acres. From the headwaters in the North to the tributary waters in the South, its natural habitats, resources and historic sites are unlike any other and are enthusiastically enjoyed by millions each year for recreation and enjoyment.
This great city park has seldom been conceived or designed as one continuous space. After extended review and discussion the AAG identified the ‘One Arroyo’ concept to unite the three areas of the Arroyo—Hahamongna, Central Arroyo and Lower Arroyo—under a singular vision.
By joining the Mayor on his ‘Arroyo walks’ the public will experience the distinct sectors of the Arroyo and the trails that connect them. They will see first hand the opportunities that exist to restore and enhance the Arroyo. The ‘Walks’ offer the public an opportunity to engage with AAG’s ‘One Arroyo’ project, to contribute and comment.
One Arroyo: Walks with The Mayor Dates and Locations
Saturday, September 16th, 9AM- Upper Arroyo -Hahamongna (Meet at Oak Grove Sports Field)
Parking: Available in the lower parking lot, adjacent to the sports field
Thursday, September 28th, 8AM- Central Arroyo (Meet at Trailhead near West Dr. and Washington Blvd.)
Parking: Available on West Drive, south of Washington Blvd.
Saturday, October 14th, 9AM- Lower Arroyo (Meet at the Casting Pond Entrance)
Parking: Available adjacent to the Casting Pond area.
Thursday, October 26th, 8AM- Central Arroyo (Meet at Rose Bowl Gate A under the marquee)
Parking: Available in Lot F of the Rose Bowl
For more details about the AAG the “One Arroyo” concept visit www.onearroyo.org.
Visit us on Facebook, talk to us on Twitter and send your Arroyo photos to us on Instagram. Here are the addresses:
Facebook: One Arroyo
Arroyo Advisory Group (AAG)
The Arroyo Advisory Group (AAG,) formed by the City of Pasadena, was established to identify opportunities to enhance and preserve the Arroyo Seco for current and future generations. The ‘One Arroyo’ effort endeavors to bring awareness to the work by the AAG, and others, to restore the legacy of Pasadena’s historic Arroyo Seco and unite all three areas of the Arroyo- Hahamongna, Central Arroyo and Lower Arroyo under a singular vision.