Tune in to virtual scoping meetings for North Hollywood Joint Development on July 15 and 16

The City of Los Angeles has taken the first step toward environmental review of the proposed joint development project at our North Hollywood Station. An Environmental Impact Report will be prepared to assess the potential environmental impacts of the project. The City has released a Notice of Preparation and an Initial Study for the project. These may be accessed on the City’s website.

The City of Los Angeles will conduct two virtual public scoping meetings in July, one to be conducted in English and another in Spanish, to enable public participation in the environmental review process while maintaining safety and compliance with local, state, and federal regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Please visit the City’s website for all the details regarding dates and times.

The project will include both affordable and market-rate housing, office and retail, and a new and improved integrated transit center to accommodate park and ride parking and transfers between the B Line (Red), G Line (Orange), many local bus routes, Metro Bike Share and a new Metro Bike Hub – all at Metro’s busiest station in the San Fernando Valley within easy walking distance of the NoHo Arts District. See more project details at https://www.metro.net/projects/jd-noho/ and nohosnextact.com

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4 replies

  1. I can’t seem to find the meeting info anywhere. It is not at the Planning website under their Events Calendar or on the NoHo District site. Any chance of updating the link?

    • Hi Ernest,

      Unfortunately that is the link they asked us to use. However, here are the instructions to tune in:

      Visit joinwebinar.com and enter webinar ID 555-728-771 and email address at 5:30pm

      Thank you,

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source

  2. Is there any hope that this design will allow the Orange Line- either as bus or hopefully light rail- to be extended to Burbank Metrolink/Downtown Burbank, which is turn could be part of some line someday to Glendale and Pasadena?