In partnership with LA County Supervisorial District 4, the Los Angeles County Departments of Public Works and Beaches & Harbors are undertaking a comprehensive program of much needed public infrastructure improvements in Marina del Rey. The $54 million program is designed to meet the long-term future needs of this world-renowned Los Angeles County destination with enhanced traffic flow and capacity, improved water and sewer systems, and the development of exciting new recreational opportunities. Additionally, the program addresses resident and local business concerns about groundwater infiltration, flood protection, pavement condition, and odor control. Through careful coordination with Marina del Rey Lessees, businesses, and residents, Supervisor Knabe and County staff are committed to delivering these infrastructure improvement projects in a manner that maximizes their value while minimizing the temporary inconveniences that accompany major construction projects.
PROGRAM UPDATE - 5/12/15:
Unfortunately, a decline in State gas tax revenue has created a funding shortfall for local improvement projects, so work on the Fiji Way Roadway Improvement Project and Via Marina Street Improvement Project have been deferred from their original schedule. Our goal is to proceed with the work on these projects once the current funding shortfall is resolved.
Please see the Program Map.