Los Angeles International Airport - OurLAX - is much more than a place to catch a flight. As an international gateway for Southern California, every flight connects the world to the Los Angeles region, creating and supporting jobs and economic benefits that travelers rarely see. 

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), which operates LAX and VNY, is in the process of redesigning LAX to make the airport experience more enjoyable, improve airfield safety and reduce its environmental footprint, while maintaining the airport's role as an engine for the regional economy. 

Public involvement is key to any airport, and this website is geared to provide you, our Stakeholder, with up-to-date information on LAX Planning and Modernization efforts. This website contains basic facts about LAX Projects, how the public can get involved in the planning process, environmental studies, and the LAX Master Plan. 

We invite you to participate - after all, it's OurLAX.




Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Northside, Lulu's Place

Conceptual Site Plan

Per the procedures established under Section 7.F.2, Executive Director’s Review, of the approved LAX Specific Plan, LAWA is posting the project description for a proposed recreation project in the LAX Northside Plan Areas 1 & 2, called “Lulu’s Place.”  The proposed Project would develop recreation uses and associated ancillary support facilities for use by the community, and community organizations, including, for example, programs for area students and youth sports.  The proposed Project site is located on two adjacent properties, separated by Falmouth Avenue, in the LAX Northside Campus District, north of Los Angeles Airport in the City of Los Angeles. 

Development west of Falmouth Avenue (Area 1) would include two (2) youth soccer fields, a larger full-size soccer field, a playground area, a dog park, a picnic area and overlook, and facilities ancillary to the recreation use, such as storage and restrooms.  Development east of Falmouth Avenue (Area 2A) would include various recreational uses including a multipurpose field, two (2) volleyball courts, four (4) basketball courts, 24 tennis courts, and eight (8) junior tennis courts which could also be used for pickleball.  Facilities ancillary to the recreation uses would include a welcome center, wellness and fitness zone facility, a scheduling desk facility, and other ancillary buildings for storage, restrooms, maintenance, and security.

The detailed Project Description can be downloaded here

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