SLNC Announces Details on Where and How to Take the LMU Reservoir Open Space Survey


Silver Lake Reservoirs, 1932. Today, these historic bodies of water face an uncertain future, which will be defined by a new Reservoir Master Plan. (Photo LADWP)

Residents and stakeholders have three opportunities to take the Silver Lake Reservoir Complex Open Space Study, which is being conducted by Loyola Marymount University Center for Urban Resilience (CURes), in partnership with the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council.
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1) LMU students are conducting the survey at reservoir and Silver Lake locations. (Look for LMU tee shirts);
(2) take the survey in person from 12:15 to 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 10, at the Silver Lake Library; or
(3) take the survey online here through the end of November.

“If our iconic reservoirs and their future are important to you, I encourage you to take a few minutes to express your opinion,” said SLNC Co-chair Anne-Marie Johnson. “The SLNC is working to ensure that all residents and stakeholders have an opportunity to take part in the study.”