Taylor Yard G2 Project

Taylor Yard After

The City of Los Angeles purchased the Taylor Yard G2 parcel (G2) on March 1, 2017. The nearly 250-acre Taylor Yard complex, of which G2 is a portion, was owned by Union Pacific Railroad Company and its predecessors for rail maintenance and fueling. G2 is a Los Angeles River-adjacent, approximately 42-acre property located in the Cypress Park community of Council District 1.

The Taylor Yard River Park Project is Project No. 165 of the City Council-adopted Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan (LARRMP), and described in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles River Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study (also known as the ARBOR or “Area with Restoration Benefits and Opportunities for Revitalization” Study), for which the City is serving as local sponsor. G2 is situated in Reach 6 of the ARBOR Study and is adjacent to a soft-bottomed portion of the Los Angeles River. The site is a brownfield and therefore complicated by legacy contamination, but it offers the first opportunity to provide direct access to the Los Angeles River in historically-underserved communities. Taylor Yard River Park is critical to the fulfillment of the LARRMP and ARBOR Study goals to restore ecosystem values in and along the Los Angeles River.

Task Order Solicitation

The Bureau of Engineering released a Task Order Solicitation (TOS) to its Pre-Qualified On Call Wastewater and Engineering Consultants List on June 26, 2017. Proposals for the TOS are due on Monday, August 14, 2017. The scope of the TOS was outlined in a presentation offered to all consultants on the proposed list on May 30, 2017. Available below are links to the presentation and sign-in sheets from the Pre-Solicitation Meeting, as well as TOS No. 13.​​

 

Please click here to visit the Bureau of Engineering's dedicated web page for the most up to date information on the Task Order Solicitation and other project information.