Around the City – July 31


City Council Meeting Agenda Items

Edward Vincent Park

This week’s council meeting included a number of public hearings as follows:

Public hearing to initiate proceedings for the annual levy and collection of assessments for the Morningside Park Maintenance Assessment District No. 1974-2, for the annual levy and collection of assessments for the In-Town Maintenance Assessment District No. 1975-1,

for the annual levy and collection of assessments for the Inglewood Street Lighting Assessment District No. 1980-1, and for the annual levy and collection of assessments for Darby-Dixon Maintenance Assessment District No. 1987-1.

A public hearing was also conducted to approve the Draft Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan.

The council approved Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 19-016 with Mesquemai, Inc., dba: OLYMPIQUE Façade Access Consulting Firm, extending the term to June 30, 2020.

The council approved an Agreement with the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System (LA-RICS) Authority. 

The council approved an Agreement (with an option to extend an additional year) with the Josephson Institute of Ethics for training and coaching services. (Asset Forfeiture Fund) and authorized to accept the Fiscal Year 2020 Office of Traffic Safety Grant.

The council approved an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement between the City of Inglewood, the Inglewood Housing Authority and Thomas Safran & Associates Development, Inc., for the property located at 716-720 West Beach Avenue. 

EAs we enter the final summer month, Inglewood residents are urged to enjoy the amenities at the 55 acre, Edward Vincent Park, located on Warren Lane. The park features a swimming pool complex with one Olympic regulation-size swimming pool, one training pool, one wading pool, and an ADA-compliant bathhouse. There are two full basketball courts, two lighted and fenced football/soccer fields, two lighted and fenced softball fields, three free parking lots, three picnic areas, five playgrounds (East, Main picnic area, Dennis the Menace 1 and 2, Tot Lot), six freestanding restroom facilities, and eight tennis courts

The park also has one outdoor Amphitheater, one community playhouse with ramp and restrooms, one multipurpose/Girl Scout facility with ramp and restrooms and a Veteran’s Memorial Building built in 1934.

Meet your Inglewood neighbors at the park.


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