Leo Limón

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Art Peace Park is to promote Urban Aerosol Art on the river embankment walls. They'll draw communities, the country and tourism. Graffiti Abatement uses millions of taxpayer monies yearly.

Art Peace Park can promote beautification and empower youth. The photos of the model shown below were an idea for a community building structure where the outside walls are for Urban Aerosol Art and free of abatement, while the inside walls are to promote bilingual civics teachings.

Art Peace Park is the Meeting of Styles.


How to get started:  Art Peace Park is cool, but only you can make it happen.  

How: create Art Peace Park, Kiosko & Art WallZ in your neighborhoodz. 

Where: where walls have been coated with abatement paint.

Soon we'll have a petition which we'll present to Neighborhood Councils and District City Council Members for review and comment. We'll keep you posted return to this page for updates.



"Respect, Protect, Don’t Neglect"

Women • Children • Elders • and Mother Earth 

  • To teach the concept of WordZ, or "PalabraZ," which is a program designed to teach youth the importance of community, keeping your word, honor, and respect.
  • To teach violence prevention methods, conflict resolution skills, and mediation exercises by providing the communication tools needed.
  • To provide violence prevention programs addressing domestic violence, gang violence, drug and alcohol related violence, and the like.
  • To build peace-making efforts among conflicting cultures in Los Angeles.
  • To teach people how the democratic and social systems function so that they can learn and practice self-advocacy within their community.
  • Art Peace Park, Kiosko & Art WallZ are where one can create aerosol and other forms of public art without arrest. They will be Living Art ProjectZ (LAP'Z). 
  • Ride Your BikeZ (SeeklLós).

"The Los Angeles Ad Hoc River Committee, an ad hoc committee of the Los Angeles City Council, was established in June 2002. The Ad Hoc River Committee will focus on major revitalization efforts on our historic river; opportunities for parks, trails, recreation, nature, neighborhood identity, jobs, community development, tourism, civic pride and much more. The Los Angeles River ands its major tributaries flow through 13 of our 15 council districts. River-related opportunities including neighborhood revitalization, water quality and supply, revaluing neglected space, and fostering a sense of place enhance all of the residents throughout our great city." Los Angeles City Council

"In 2005, the LA Department of Water and Power and the Public Works Bureau of Engineering requested proposals to develop a full-blown LA River Revitalization Master Plan. It took roughly 18 months to complete, but on May 9 of 2007 City of Los Angeles councilmembers approved a completed a completed draft for the LA River Revitalization Master Plan.  

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