Post Tagged with: "Temescal Canyon"

(Left to right) Fire Inspector John Novela, William Shue, Patrick Hart, Sharon Kilbride, Scott Beal, LAPD Officer Rusty Redican and Gates Security Officer Eric Fine assembled near the new sign posted in Temescal Canyon. Credit: Sue Pascoe

No Trespassing Signs Posted in Pacific Palisades to Prevent Transient Fires

by Sue Pascoe Editor In an effort to keep transient fires from going out of control on Pacific Palisades hillsides, addi
Michael Schmidt captured this photo of the Temescal Canyon waterfall on February 22.
This is the first time flowing water has been seen in years.
Photo: Michael Schmidt

Photo: Temescal Canyon Waterfall

Caltrans will replace this blinking pedestrian light with a safer one at 16521 PCH.

Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific Palisades to Receive New Traffic Lights

Palisades Bowl At the quarterly meeting of the Pacific Coast Highway Task Force on Aug. 17 in Malibu, it was announced t
Construction material to be used for Phase II of the Temescal Stormwater Project is near the playground in lower Temescal Canyon.

Prop O Project to Resume on Temescal

By Sue Pascoe Editor After a Prop O two-phase project was begun in 2011 to clean and reuse stormwater runoff in Temescal
Eliminating Car Lane on Temescal Canyon Road Not Holzer’s Idea

Eliminating Car Lane on Temescal Canyon Road Not Holzer’s Idea

An article in the Aug. 3 Palisades News stated: “The downhill side of Temescal Canyon Road from Sunset Boulevard to Pa
Via de las Olas, which was taken out of public use, may be reopened by the City if slope movement can be gauged.

City to Study Hydraugers on Palisades’ Via Bluffs

By Sue Pascoe Editor If residents living south of Sunset Boulevard, east of Temescal Canyon and west of Potrero failed t
Although the bike in Temescal Canyon Park looks like a ghost bike memorial, this metal structure carved with the name James Rapley (a biker who was struck and killed by a motorist) is actually a bike rack.

White Bike Appears on Temescal Canyon

By Sue Pascoe Editor A white metal bike memorial appeared in Temescal Canyon Park in April, with the name “James Raple