This past Sunday January 26th, the Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy hosted another in its series of pop-up information sessions on the future of Silver Lake, at the Silver Lake Meadow. Board members met and discussed visions for what Silver Lake Reservoirs could be, once they’re no longer part of the LA DWP water system.
The Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy held its first casual information pop-up session at the Silver Lake Meadow on a Saturday afternoon, January 18th, 2014. The sunny 82-degree dry day helped underscore the potential for Silver Lake Reservoir to help Los Angeles solve its water supply challenge, while inspiring visitors with how a re-purposed Reservoir could offer new public open space. These cyclists stopped to look at our boards, and so did the Eastsider LA — here’s a link to their coverage:
The Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy will hold a casual pop-up information session at the Silver Lake Meadow, this Saturday January 18th, 2014, from about 11 am thru most of the afternoon. We’ll share our information boards and ideas for the exciting future we see for the Silver Lake Reservoirs, and we’ll be there to talk with you about it. Come by and enjoy a beautiful afternoon at the Silver Lake Meadow, and discover what the Silver Lake Reservoirs could become, once they are no longer part of the DWP water system!