Measure A Projects: The parks and open spaces that make LA City a proud place to live, work, and play!

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Historical Background

In November 2016, 75% of Los Angeles County (County) voters approved the Los Angeles County Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Beaches Measure (Measure A). Funding through the Measure A grant program will be generated in perpetuity through the collection of a parcel tax, with an estimated total annual funding of $96.8 million across the County. 

Measure A provides the City of Los Angeles (City) formula-based annual allocations for capital improvement projects under the Community-based Park Investment Program and Neighborhood Parks, Healthy Communities, & Urban Greening Program as well as additional annual allocations under the Maintenance and Servicing Program to offset Proposition A and Measure A funded capital projects. 

Park Improvement Plan

On April 2, 2019, City Council approved RAP’s Park Improvement Plan (PIP). The PIP is a three-year planning tool that enables RAP to effectively manage capital projects receiving the Measure A annual allocations funding under Categories 1 and 2. The PIP identified specific parks within the City’s 43 study areas to receive Measure A funding. To effectively develop and complete park projects identified by the PIP, RAP will develop capital projects through a phased approach.

Completed Measure A Park Projects

Alvarado Terrace Park

Angeles Mesa Park

Castle Peak Park

Del Rey Lagoon

Echo Park Recreation Center

Hollenbeck Park

Loren Miller Recreation Center

Palms Recreation Center

Parthenia Park

Queen Anne Recreation Center

Sycamore Grove Park

Valley Plaza Park

Venice Beach - Rose Ave Site

Vineyard Recreation Center

Woodbridge Park

Measure A Implementation

The Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (RPOSD) is responsible for implementing and administering Measure A. RPOSD provides grant awards and other support to the City of Los Angeles, other agencies and nonprofits throughout the County of Los Angeles.

For additional information on Measure A and RPOSD, visit

The Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) works on behalf of the City of Los Angeles as the administrator for the Measure A program. Contact us at