Past Projects

The EXPO Center offers a year-round Learn-to-Swim Program at the LA84 Foundation/John C. Argue Swim Stadium. Through the Learn-to-Swim Program, youth participate in hour-long swim lessons once per week for a total of 10 weeks.
In partnership with The Skatepark Project, we are transforming an under-utilized space under the Imperial Highway in South Los Angeles into a large skatepark. Construction is underway now!
Within Griffith Park's historic Commonwealth Nursery, we're planting the seeds for an urban environmental center to educate the public and promote sustainable landscapes.
During this global pandemic, our city parks and recreation centers are currently playing a crucial role in providing for the needs of impacted communities.
The Los Angeles Clippers and owner Steve Ballmer donate $10 million to the Los Angeles Parks Foundation to renovate nearly 350 LA city park basketball courts.
Through a generous $1 million donation from the University of Southern California, the multi-phase improvements at Hazard Recreation Center have been taking place over the past several years.
The iconic weightlifting pen at Muscle Beach Venice is receiving a much-needed, long-awaited makeover to include all-new equipment.
We are proud to support Universally Accessible Playgrounds where children of all abilities can play side-by-side throughout Los Angeles.
Through grants from the California Endowment and First 5 LA, the LA Parks Foundation has partnered with the city and others to build 4 new parks.
In accordance with their University Park Specific Plan, USC partnered with RAP and LAPF to support the installation of an all-new, all-access playground at the neighboring Hoover Recreation Center.
In conjunction with our popular Wellness Walks initiative, we fund and install sturdy, state-of-the-art, fitness equipment so that park users have more opportunities to exercise in the open air on their own schedule throughout the day, year-round.
An epic renovation of all four youth fields at Ferraro Fields in Griffith Park. The project replaced grass with water wise synthetic turf.
With our partner Easton Sports Development Foundation, the all-new, state-of-the-art Easton Rancho Archery Range opened in September 2017.