The Los Angeles River Headwaters Project held a groundbreaking ceremony on September 19, 2012 at Canoga Ave & Bassett St. in Canoga Park. The purpose of the project is to add landscaping, interpretive signage, walking paths, and seating areas along the north side of Bell Creek and the south side of Calabasas Creek from Jordan to Owensmouth Avenues and along both sides of the Los Angeles River from Owensmouth to Mason Avenues. The project also includes a maintenance bridge across Browns Creek at its confluence with the Los Angeles River. The project, located in the Canoga Park area of the City of Los Angeles, seeks to revitalize approximately 1.25 miles of Flood Control District rights of way along both sides of the Los Angeles River. Read about the project scope for the Valley.