Peck Water Conservation Park

Site of Peck Road Water Conservation Park

Site location of Peck Road Water Conservation Park before renovation.

Boy Scout Volunteers

Boy Scout Volunteers at Peck Water Conservation Park

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 5401 N. Peck Road, Arcadia, CA 91006

Date built:  2005 – 2010 – $700K

ACRES: 210
Amigos renovated the Peck Road Water Conservation Park, a key park of the Emerald Necklace of East Los Angeles County. The 5-acre county facility is located within a redeveloped gravel quarry that opens onto 210 acres of recreation and habitat areas for fishing, bird-watching, walking, bike-riding, jogging, picnicking and outdoor educational activities.

Community Involvement

AMIGOS brings volunteers, government agencies, foundations and corporations together—anyone and everyone who has an interest in greening Greater L.A.

Project Team: Amigos de los Rios, Roberts International, Paul T. Norconk A.S.L.A., CCC, VCA Engineering and Randy Montgomery

Park Funding: California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection and Caltrans, Proposition A, Supervisor Gloria Molina, San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy

Peck Road Water Conservation Park Elements:

Habitat-Plant Palette

Design Plan

Youth Involvement –  California Conservation Corps

The Emerald Necklace Map

To keep the parks and trails of the Emerald Necklace Park Network at their best and help out the municipalities overseeing the locations, Amigos de los Rios conducts weekly Park Grooming Events. This work is all lovingly done by volunteers. We welcome anyone that wants to help out their community, learn about nature and their environment, and get to know others with the same interests.