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The City of West Hollywood has several parks and a swimming pool. West Hollywood and Plummer Park facilities are available for recreational events, community meetings, and sports activities. Kings Road Park is reservable for community events Monday through Saturday on a limited basis. No bookings are accepted for Sundays. All park facilities are open seven days a week, with the exceptions of holidays. Call the park offices for details.


Park Hours: 6:00 am - Midnight


City of West Hollywood Hart Park Site Improvement Project

Public Park

Hart Park is a Local Cultural Resource of the City of West Hollywood in the County of Los Angeles.  The grounds offer wonderful outdoor amenities to the public including an AIDS Memorial, off-leash fenced-in dog park area, picnic tables and beautiful landscaping.  A portion of the building is used as a theatrical center by The Actors Studio.   


Project Scope

This conceptual phase of design will involve community input events to obtain feedback on desires and concerns for the park improvements.  These events will be followed up with community presentations to graphically demonstrate what the improvements will look like and engage community participation to arrive at a final agreed upon design concept.

The primary focus of the improvements is to provide access to the park for all park patrons by upgrading existing parking and ramp locations, improving the dog park surface and amenities, and enhancing security features including lighting. 

Improvements and upgrades to the existing buildings will be performed in a separate phase of work.  


Local Cultural Resource
The building on the property, referred to as Hart House,  is one of the few examples of Colonial Revival Style architecture located in West Hollywood.  These  buildings, constructed in 1919, were originally the home of silent movie actor William S. Hart who donated the house and property to the City of Los Angeles upon his death in 1944.  

The structure is a two level, L-shaped house with a wood shingle exterior and gable roof.  The “L” shape is open to the southeast and a square brick chimney projects from the roof on the northern side.  
The entrance to the house, on the south facade facing DeLongpre Avenue, is a plain wood paneled door with a Classical plain wood paneled door with a Classical wooden pediment and surrounding molding. Fenestrations include French doors, paired casements and six over six double sash windows.  The windows have molded wood lugsills and the French doors have heavy wood lintels.  Second floor windows break the cornice line and punctuate the roof with shed roofed dormers.  The eastern façade features a stone column and wood trellis.  There is a one story detached wooden structure at the rear of the property.  


Pop-Up Events

FEBRUARY 20, 2020 

City of West Hollywood staff from the Urban Design And Architecture Studio and Facilities and Recreation Services along with landscape architects from MIG presented community opinion results to the public on Thursday, February 20, 2020. 

Community input was collected over a period of several weeks at various outreach events conducted throughout West Hollywood.  The opinions collected reflect resident’s opinions on topics relating to accessibility updates for parking and pathways, dog park amenities, maintenance and cleanliness, and the cultural significance of the property.  Participants attending Thursday’s presentation also had the opportunity to provide feedback after the presentation.   An audio tape of the presentation is available to anyone interested in listening.

The next public presentation will be held on Wednesday, March 25 during the Disability Advisory Board meeting which begins at 6:00pm in Rooms 5 & 6 at the Plummer Park Community Center.  During this presentation concept design plans will be shown for review and comment.

Please contact Christina Sarkees, Senior Project Management Supervisor with the City of West Hollywood at for a copy of the audio tape or with any questions regarding the Hart Park Improvement Project. 

Hart Park Presentation #1 photos:

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FEBRUARY 1, 2020 

Your feedback is awesome!!  Here are photos from the 1st Pop-Up events held on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at Hart Park.  A fun time and many good conversations were had by all!

Hart Park Community Outreach Pop-Up - February 1, 2020 

There’s still time to share your ideas about improvements for Hart Park!  Please see the Community Outreach Schedule  for upcoming events! 

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Hart Park Improvements - Community Outreach Schedule of Events

Event-related special accommodations may be provided upon written or phone request to Debbie Gonzalez within 48 hours prior to event date.

Email:    Ph: (323) 848-3116


February 1, 2020
10:00a.m – 3:00p.m
Hart Park Community Hart Park Pop-up Event #1
February 5, 2020 
3:00p.m – 7:00p.m
Community Outreach WH Park – Grass Area between Dog Parks Pop-up Event #2
February 10, 2020
9:00a.m – 2:00p.m
Farmers Market Plummer Park Pop-up Event #3 
February 20, 2020
6:00p.m – 8:00p.m
Community Presentation  #1 Plummer Park Rooms 5 & 6 Presentation Q&A
Mtg #1 Community Findings
March 25, 2020
6:00p.m – 7:30p.m
DAB Meeting Plummer Park Rooms 5 & 6 Presentation Q&A
Visual Interpretation of Findings 3 Concepts 
April 15, 2020
6:00p.m – 8:00p.m
Community Presentation #2 Plummer Park Rooms 5 & 6 Presentation #2
Visual Interpretation - Preferred Concept 
June 10, 2020
6:30p.m – 9:00p.m
Community Presentation #3 City Hall Community Meeting Room - 1st Floor Presentation Mtg #3
Preferred Concept Approval
To Be Determined 2020 Schedule
6:00p.m – 9:00p.m
City Council Mtg West Hollywood Park Council Chambers Presentation Final
Concept Approval 


For more information, please call the City of West Hollywood’s Senior Project Manager, Christina Sarkees, at (323) 848-6571, or

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