Comment Wanted on Medians

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A public forum is being hosted by the Crescenta Valley Town Council on April 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the La Crescenta Library regarding a median landscape project along Foothill Boulevard. The proposed medians would stretch from Briggs to Pennsylvania avenues. The funding of $1million would come from Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich’s office.

This project is in the conceptual design phase. The L.A. County Dept. of Public Works is looking for community feedback.

 Perspective at Library

All are invited to participate in the forum. The photos of the conceptual plan provided by the L.A. County Dept. of Public Works can be found below and at

The La Crescenta Library Community Room is located at 2809 Foothill Blvd.

PLAN enlarge at Library Section at Library

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6 Responses for “Comment Wanted on Medians”

  1. Christine Nuanez says:

    I think they would give our streets the sense of a small town and add some beauty. Moe green is never a bad idea!

  2. Victoria says:

    Yes please! Not only would it make La Crescenta more attractive but perhaps it would slow down drivers.

  3. Eduardo Cruz says:

    The medians are beautiful, however they should extend all the way to Lowell. This would be a more welcoming and inclusive design for the community. The areas west of Pennsylvania still use the same city services and schools. They should not be left out of this great project.

  4. Stephanie Flanagan says:

    Wow! Those look beautiful! I think it will improve on the look and feel of our neighborhood, not to mention the safety. Thank you for the article.

  5. John Giese says:

    I generally support the idea but am willing to be talked out of it.

  6. I love the idea of green medians in La Crescenta. I always enjoy them in La Canada. Engineering studies show that they enhance safety for pedestrians and drivers. I’m looking forward to a more beautiful La Crescenta.

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