Madison Avenue Park and Community Garden

A basketball tree, silo slide, and tricycle track, and garden make up the new Madison Avenue Park & Community Garden

Madison Avenue Park and Community Garden in East Hollywood provides much needed green space to over 12,000 people who live within a 10-minute walk. 

Working with the community for over eight years, The Trust for Public Land helped transform this half-acre site from a vacant lot into a vibrant green space for recreation and community gardening. The Los Angeles Community Garden Council has built a community garden on the site, alongside a new public park. Once past the entry plaza's decorative gates, kids will discover a dynamic new playground beneath a large shade structure, allowing a space for year-round play.  A basketball tree, silo slide, and tricycle track are also available to promote fun for kids of all ages.  Adults can exercise with friends at the Fitness Zone® outdoor gym located adjacent to the shaded picnic area. Art fills the park, including mosaics made by the local community and the mural, designed and painted by local high school students.   

Now after many years of hard work, we're excited to announce its grand opening! Please join us on June 29, 2019, at 11 a.m. for live music, refreshments, family-friendly activities, and a ribbon cutting. You can register for this free event here

The Trust for Public Land thanks our generous partners and supporters: Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, The City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks, the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council, Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, Los Angeles Community Garden Council, California State Parks, Statewide Park Development & Community Revitalization Grant Program, The Ahmanson Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, SL Gimbel Foundation Fund, and MUFG Union Bank Foundation.

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