In November 2009, the City of West Hollywood celebrated 25 years of Cityhood. Since the City’s incorporation in 1984, West Hollywood has established itself as one of the most progressive and innovative cities in the country. In celebration of this landmark, the City has embarked upon a new capital project to develop premiere public facilities, parks and open space: the 25th Anniversary Capital Project. As the City moves towards celebrating its remarkable first 25 years of Cityhood, world-class facilities that reward the community and assert permanence will help reflect the City’s dynamic legacy. The project will include major components: 1) The implementation of Phase I of the West Hollywood Park Master Plan (which includes the development of a new West Hollywood Library); 2) West Hollywood City Hall Automated Garage and Community Plaza Project; and 3) Implementation of Phase I of the Plummer Park Master Plan.