What’s been cut from your local park?


Sharon McNary

As the City of Los Angeles confronts money problems, services and programs get cut from the Parks and Recreation Department. In past years that has meant fewer places in preschool  programs, fewer adults overseeing park activities and delays in fixing parks.

KPCC reporter Sharon McNary wants to hear from L.A. residents about the specific ways in which city budget cuts are affecting your neighborhood parks and quality of life.

Scroll down to share what you’re seeing. You can also upload a photo to illustrate your insights.

Sharon will use your confidential responses to guide her reporting, but she’s on a very tight deadline. 

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