Action: Identify and activate cultural assets along the LA River corridor.
A community’s cultural assets contribute to its creativity, traditions, robustness, and vitality and can act as both resources and opportunities.
Cultural assets can be material, ephemeral, and even spiritual. They include buildings, sites, and objects holding local and national cultural significance; people, places, events, and organizations recognized as cultural anchors within a specific community; and stories that are powerful enough to bind people together in a place over time. Making cultural assets visible and acknowledging them is a key element in sustaining livable communities.
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