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Los Encinos State Historic Park

16756 Moorpark Street
Encino CA 91436-1068
818-784-4849

HOT (but always Springy)
The natural spring is a key factor in this location being special WAY back when. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome to Save Los Encinos
This is a web site hub, group, social / community network dedicated to saving Los Encinos State Historic Park. SaveLosEncinos.org is a place where people can find out about volunteering, get information, and get involved. This centralized web site links to key Los Encinos resources making it a great one stop site for everything Los Encinos. A creative cooperative community effort continues to keep the park status Springy. This site is intended to be a place where that cooperation can happen.

Below is our early explanation of the situation when Los Encinos State Historic Park was threatened.
The State did find over 30 million dollars of unreported funds in the parks department and this meant Los Encinos State Historic Park was among most threatened parks that were now safe.

Los Encinos SHP is a wonderful place.



(Early info) State budget cuts left Los Encinos and sixty-nine other state parks on schedule to close in 2012. Members of the community, local organizations, volunteers, and other stakeholders continue to work together to keep parks open. Los Encinos is OPEN. With your ongoing support and help, we SaveD Los Encinos and kept this special park open.

When State Senator for district including park, Fran Pavley, wrote in correspondence about keeping the park open that part of her efforts include, "...working with the Los Encinos Docent Association and the City of Los Angeles to help form a partnership that could keep the park open." The Los Encinos Docent Association plays a major role in keeping the park open.

There's lots going on at Los Encinos State Historic Park. Anyone interested in the park can pledge your generous support now. Community involvement, awareness, and fundraising are all parts of the puzzle keeping Los Encinos open. This involves a three part campaign approach: AWARENESS, INVOLVEMENT and SUPPORT.


Follow us on Twitter. It's important to get the word out about the park and the need for help from the community.

Visit often to see what's new and how the network dedicated to Saving Los Encinos Park is growing.

Thanks and please join the effort today!

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