A ceremony to dedicate the newly-renamed Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) water complex.
The Board of Water and Power Commissioners approved the renaming of the facility on May 25, 2021, to honor the late councilmember who was a champion of LADWP and of the Department’s infrastructure investments.
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
9:00 – 10:00 AM PST
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
Councilmember Nithya Raman
LADWP Commissioner Cynthia McClain-Hill
General Manager and Chief Engineer Marty Adams
LaBonge Family Member
6001 Forest Lawn Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90068
*Once inside the facility, follow signage that will direct you to the parking area
10’ x 50’ banner with new facility name is hung on the Headworks Reservoir West wall
Photos of Councilmember Tom LaBonge during past visits to the facility
Renderings of the future open, green space that will be part of the complex
Tom LaBonge Headworks Water Complex is a 110-million-gallon capacity reservoir and is the largest, man-made, underground water reservoir in the Western United States. Headworks East has been fully operational since 2014 and Headworks West, and the remainder of the project, are expected to be complete by the end of 2024. Once completed, both structures will be covered with soil and native vegetation, including a garden with walking trails that will serve as open recreational space for Angelenos and visitors alike. The 43-acre complex will also boast a state-of-the-art Water Lab. In 2015, Councilmember LaBonge participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Headworks Water Complex project that replaced Silver Lake and Ivanhoe reservoirs.
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