The Hyperion Street Safety Coalition includes organizations, business owners, tenants, residents, schools, and students in the Los Feliz and Silver Lake communities who seek to prioritize safety and mobility on the 1.5 mile stretch of roadway extending from Hyperion Ave at Rowena Ave to Fountain Ave at Sunset Blvd.
Let’s partner today in building a multi-benefit active transportation infrastructure on Hyperion and Fountain Avenues that will result in Safe Streets, Climate Resilience, Thriving Businesses, Improved Health and Social Equity, while serving as a Global Model for Complete Streets.
- >400 community members have expressed interest
- 70 local businesses + 25 schools/local organizations have been engaged
- 66 local residents attended 3 virtual meetings with unanimous support
- 27 community members joined group walks, providing real-time feedback
- 62 personal stories collected, showing dire need for change
- 8 engagement events
Marshall High School, Principal
Thomas Starr King Middle School
Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center (SIJCC)
Community Organizations & Non-Profits
Atwater Village Neighborhood Council
Dare to Bless the Love
Franklin Hills Residents Association
Los Angeles Walks
Los Feliz Improvement Association
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council
Silver Lake Neighborhood Council
5 Speed Motors Auto Repair
American Eagle Auto Body & Paint
Body Builders Gym
Bravo Bistro at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre
Brock Real Estate
Cohen Law Partners
Community Arts Resources
Connected Ventures LLC
Deborah Murphy Urban Design + Planning
Electric Ave Silverlake
Elite Auto Body
Golden Saddle Cyclery
Grace Market Research, Inc.
Griffith Park Cleaners & Alterations
Hi Tech Automotive
Hyperion Auto Repair
Hyperion Collision Center
Lehrer Architects LA, Inc
Lyric Design & Planning
Ô Banh Mi
Oyler Wu Collaborative
Paul Redmond, Realtor
Redcar Properties, Ltd.
Rick’s Auto Body & Paint
Roschen Van Cleve Architects
Silver Lake Yoga
The Collective Realty
The Fix Burger
Wayfarer Veterinary Hospital
Will Baum, LCSW Psychotherapy
Over the past four years, we have petitioned CD4, CD13 and LADOT; voluntarily prepared a collision analysis of The Avenue; hosted walk audits; staged pop-up events; and met for virtual meetings. By growing our coalition of supporters, we anticipate the City Council Members will act on an effective safety action plan.
We continue to reach out directly to businesses and meet with school organizations for their official endorsements.
If you would like to assist in the process, please email: Hyperionemail@example.com
What People Are Saying
We have deeply personal stories to share with you, and we hope to get your active partnership in making changes for the benefit of the entire region.
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