From the LA Times March 2
Runyon Canyon, the popular hiking and dog-walking park in the Hollywood Hills with sweeping views of Los Angeles, will be closed for four months starting in April, city officials said.
The cause for the temporary closure is an aging 6-inch water main that stretches a mile through the park, according to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
All of the 137-acre park, except for the yoga field, will be closed to the public starting April 1, when crews will begin replacing the pipeline, according to a spokesman for City Councilman David Ryu, whose district includes the park.
Other Places to Hike – Daily News
- PLUM Meeting, September 15, 2021
- Area 3 / Area 4 / Housing / Business / Public Safety
- Lawn Be Gone Workshops
- Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council to Hold a Town Hall for Upper Runyon Canyon Parking
- Community Enrichment Chair Vacancy
- HHWNC Board Meeting – Sept. 22 (Dark in August)
- HHWNC Board Meeting – July 21, 2021