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Stakeholders and Partners

SV Watershed Los Angeles County Flood Control District—the Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) was established in 1915 and empowered to provide flood protection, water conservation, recreation, and aesthetic enhancement within its boundaries. The District encompasses over 3,000 square miles, 85 cities, and approximately 2.1 million parcels of land.
SV Watershed City of Los Angeles—the City of Los Angeles serves a population of nearly 4 million people residing in a 465 square mile area. The City government furnishes water, supplies electricity, provides ambulance, police, sanitation, and fire services, maintains streets, maintains parks and provides other essential services to its citizens.
TreePeople TreePeople—TreePeople is an environmental nonprofit that unites the power of trees, people, and nature-based solutions to grow a sustainable future for Los Angeles. TreePeople’s mission is to inspire, engage, and support people to take personal responsibility for the urban environment.
LADWP Los Angeles Department of Water and Power—the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has worked hard since its establishment in 1902 to ensure that the residents of Los Angeles receive a safe and reliable water supply, which has significantly contributed towards the growth and development of Los Angeles.
US Army Corps of Engineers US Army Corps of Engineers—The mission of the Los Angeles District is to perform civil works, military construction, real estate operations, regulatory actions, and support for other agencies in southern California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah.
Council for Watershed Health Council for Watershed Health—The mission of the Council for Watershed Health is to facilitate an inclusive consensus process to enhance the economic, social, and ecological health of the region’s watersheds through education, research, and planning.
Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council—The Council consists of community stakeholders who meet, discuss, and prepare presentations about local needs to Los Angeles City governing bodies to accomplish common goals for the City and the local community.

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