Archive for 'Streetscape' Tag

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Hollywood Wayfinding Signage Program

Hunt Design has been engaged by LADOT to design and assist in implementing wayfinding signage elements for digital display parking-related signs as well as unique ‘branded’ signage for identification of public parking structures. The scope includes a parking structure-related pedestrian wayfinding… read more

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Calling All Artists!

The Hollywood Entertainment District in partnership with the Hollywood Arts Council is seeking submissions for an LA artist to create artwork for 10 utility boxes along the world-famous Walk of Fame! The chosen artist will receive a $2,000 stipend for final designs. Artwork… read more

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Hollywood Pop-Up Park to Open May 20

Hollywood Pop!, a semi-permanent pop-up park, to open with a neighborhood event; park is a pilot demonstration project intended to explore the future of public space in Hollywood Hollywood Pop!, a new pop-up park opening at the corner of Selma… read more

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Greening the Concrete Jungle

If you’re familiar with the streets of Hollywood, you might’ve noticed some new additions to the neighborhood. A touch of green has been added to the intersections of Hollywood/Vine and Sunset/Vine! Under a new pilot program, the Hollywood Entertainment District… read more

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Streetscape Improvements on the Way

Out with the old, in with the new! The Streetscape & Planning Committee is happy to report that shiny new street furniture is heading to both districts, including new wrought-iron trash receptacles as well as landscaped planters under a new… read more

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Hollywood Western Streetscape Community Meeting

Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, the Bureau of Engineering and the Department of Transportation invite you to a community meeting regarding the Hollywood Western Streetscape Project. This project will make various streetscape improvements to Hollywood Boulevard between Gower Street and Western Avenue…. read more

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CALLING ALL ARTISTS!

The Sunset & Vine Business Improvement District is seeking submissions for an LA artist to create artwork for 10 utility boxes in the Sunset & Vine District. The chosen artist will receive a $2,000 stipend for final designs. Art must… read more

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District Maintenance: Walking the Walk

As a part of the Streetscape & Planning Committee’s ongoing dedication to maintaining a clean and attractive Hollywood, stakeholders contributed nearly eight hours of their time walking the Hollywood Entertainment District and Sunset & Vine BIDs. The walk-thrus, conducted in… read more

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Hollywood Crossroads Project Moves Forward

Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell and the Bureau of Street Services invite you to a community meeting regarding the Hollywood Transit Crossroads project, which aims to make transit- and pedestrian-related improvements on portions of Highland Avenue and Vine Street in Hollywood. Wednesday,… read more