Historic Central Avenue Los AngelesMain MenuHistorical SketchesMaps of Historic Sites and Changing PlacesInteractive and Thematic Maps.Historical Photos, Videos, and AudioArchives with Historical Materials Relating to Central Avenue, Los AngelesTOC pageRelated WebsitesCentral Avenue Jazz FestivalAn annual community celebration of the legacy of Central AvenueAbout: Credits and Project InfoTOC pageCentralAveCollaborative79cc4427d88275613cf3a7031771e1082f024c98
Public History and Historic Preservation
1media/Central Ave Business Dir 1940.jpg2015-07-13T07:27:45-07:00Phil Ethingtone37d40405599cccc3b6330e6c4be064cc03ef7a5419310image_header2015-07-23T08:00:11-07:00Phil Ethingtone37d40405599cccc3b6330e6c4be064cc03ef7a5Numerous efforts are underway to promote LA's public history, historic preservation, and community development based on cultural heritage resources. The following organizations are involved specifically in developing resources in support of the Central Avenue Cultural Corridor.
Los Angeles City Department of Cultural Affairs "The goal of the Department of Cultural Affairs is to enhance the quality of life for Los Angeles' 4 million residents and 40 million annual visitors." Mayor ERIC GARCETTI. We accomplish this goal by generating and supporting high quality arts and cultural experiences. We ensure access to those experiences through grant making, marketing, development, communication, and building relationships with our community partners. Our challenge is to be a catalyst for the delivery of art, culture, and heritage to every neighborhood in the City of Los Angeles.
Angels Walk LA: Self-Guided Tours Angels Walk LA is devoted to enhancing the pedestrian environments of Los Angeles by developing Angels Walks, self-guided walking trails that commemorate the history, architecture and culture of our City's neighborhoods.
Los Angeles Conservancy The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization that works through education and advocacy to recognize, preserve, and revitalize the historic architectural and cultural resources of Los Angeles County. The Conservancy currently has a Central Avenue initiative in support of the Ninth LA City Council District and the Coalition for Responsible Community Development.