People’s Planning School empowers local residents
The People’s Planning School empowers residents by teaching the basics of city planning, within the context of the San Pedro community and the Rancho San Pedro redevelopment planning process. Courses are taught by experts from within the team in the field of housing, equitable development, sustainability and transportation, providing local residents with increased knowledge about … Continued
A new vision for Rancho San Pedro
The revitalized Rancho San Pedro will be a mixed-use, mixed-income, multigenerational village bridging Downtown, Barton Hill, and the waterfront. All housing at One San Pedro will be designed to settle comfortably in a network of existing streets and blocks that are dimensioned and detailed according to the standards established over the 65-year history of the neighborhood.
Thrive as a revitalized, mixed-income neighborhood that builds on its existing assets and creates new, high quality housing options.
Act as a model for other revitalization efforts, with neighborhood-serving retail and community & economic activity.
Be a safe neighborhood with new parks and recreational opportunities, walking and biking streets.
Provide a variety of housing and supportive service opportunities.
Be a neighborhood that people and families are proud to call home.
How the transformation of the Rancho San Pedro site is planned will be guided through an inclusive process that not only engages constituents to help develop the vision for One San Pedro, but also includes them as champions, stewards, and ultimate beneficiaries of its realization. Learn more about past and upcoming workshops, activities, committees, and other ways you can get involved and have your voice heard in the process.
A revitalization over 70 years in the making
The Rancho San Pedro site, situated on over 21 acres on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, has a rich history including noteworthy time as a hub of several industries-from commercial fishing to national defense. The Rancho San Pedro site is located in San Pedro’s iconic Barton Hill-Downtown, a neighborhood that has an extensive history serving as a home to hard-working individuals and their families for over 100 years.
Come visit us at our Local Office
Our local office provides a place to engage the community in the redevelopment of Rancho San Pedro. The new office is located in the Arcade Building on West 6th Street in Downtown San Pedro and serves as a hub for community engagement during the redevelopment of Rancho San Pedro.
The One San Pedro Collaborative
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) is one of the nation’s largest and leading public housing authorities, providing the largest supply of quality affordable housing to residents of the City of Los Angeles. HACLA is committed to the communities and people they serve.