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The Green Together Collaborative (GTC) is an innovative alliance between public and private partners, who together work with Pacoima and Sun Valley residents in California’s San Fernando Valley to build a safe, healthy, socially inclusive/equitable, climate-resilient community.

The grant funds are utilized to bring in green infrastructure to Pacoima and Sun Valley that aim to reduce pollution and improve overall air quality in the community. Projects include solar panel installations to single family homes, electric vehicle charging stations, improvements to David M. Gonzalez Park, a fleet of electric buses with a route through the community, pedestrian mobility improvements, and tree plantings throughout the community.

Pacoima Beautiful spearheads the Community Engagement Plan as well as a Displacement Avoidance Plan to ensure that the community continues to stay involved in the progress of these projects, and to ensure transparency and meaningful engagement.

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Green Together Collaborative

The Green Together Collaborative (GTC) is an innovative alliance between public and private partners, who together work with Pacoima and Sun Valley residents in California’s San Fernando Valley to build a safe, healthy, socially inclusive/equitable, climate-resilient community.

Pacoima Beautiful spearheads the Community Engagement Plan as well as a Displacement Avoidance Plan to ensure that the community continues to stay involved in the progress of these projects, and to ensure transparency and meaningful engagement.

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Green Together Collaborative launching projects in Pacoima

LOS ANGELES, CA – For the Green Together Collaborative in the Northeast San Fernando Valley, the month of May sets the stage for the collaborative to introduce six notable projects breaking ground within the Pacoima- Sun Valley area.

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'She Coughs When She's Sleeping': Life In Polluted Pacoima

When Amanda Rivera was diagnosed with asthma as a child, everyone told her she’d grow out of it. Instead, Rivera feels like she grew into it.

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