Final Loyola Reservoirs Report Released

While the 1,200-plus respondents who participated in phase one of The Loyola Marymount University Center for Urban Resilience (LMU CURes) Reservoir Complex Study agreed on many benefits and concerns regarding the reservoir complex, common themes emerged as points for further discussion. These included the presence of dogs and their related facilities, green space and wildlife, accessibility, traffic and questions about changed usage. The final 40-page report, which was released today, includes additional analysis requested by community members at an SLNC community meeting held on January 28. SLNC Co-chair Anne-Marie Johnson said, “The study was funded by the SLNC to support the new Reservoirs Master Plan and provide community members with the opportunity to share their opinions about existing and future facilities and features.” READ THE FULL REPORT