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Welcome Patricia!

We are incredibly pleased to announce that Patricia Valladolid has officially joined the One San Pedro (and Century Housing) team in the newly created position of Director of Community Development for our One San Pedro efforts. Patricia joins us with a wealth of experience, having spent the past eight years working with Abode Communities in … Continued

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Stage 1 Redevelopment Plan Approved by HACLA Board

On April 23rd, 2020 the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) Board of Commissioners (BOC) met and approved Stage 1 of the ENA Redevelopment Plan for One San Pedro.  The first stage focused on creating a community-based development concept and implementing a robust resident and community engagement program. This action allows the development team to continue working on its redevelopment … Continued

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One San Pedro Transformation Plan Submitted

The Transformation Plan is intended to map out a shared vision for reshaping Rancho San Pedro and the surrounding neighborhoods to improve the area’s physical, social, and economic aspects. After more than two years of concerted planning and community engagement efforts, the final draft of the One San Pedro Choice Neighborhood Initiative [CNI] Transformation Plan … Continued

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One San Pedro Collaborative is looking for a new Director of Community Development

The Director will work with the One San Pedro Collaborative to transform the existing Rancho San Pedro public housing development into a vibrant, sustainable, mixed-income, mixed-use community. One San Pedro is an effort to transform the existing Rancho San Pedro (21-acre) public housing project, owned by the Housing Authority for the City of Los Angeles … Continued

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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

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