Healthy Living Programs
Public Input

What will the public input process entail?
To ensure the HLC best serves our community, we are engaging the public in the planning phase and have formed a Community Working Group to help the board develop the project. This group of invited leaders and stakeholders was selected to represent the various populations and organizations in the Beach Cities and will serve as a community sounding board and guidepost.

BCHD will also conduct public meetings to allow local residents to learn about the project, provide detailed feedback and interact with BCHD representatives and the project team.  Additionally, the public will be able to provide input during the public comment period and public hearing that follow the release of the Draft EIR.

Healthy Living Campus Community Open House
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
5:30-7:30 p.m.
(Formal presentation at 6 p.m.)

Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Redondo Beach

Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) will host its first open house on Tuesday, Oct. 17 to update the public and receive input about its concept plans to create a Healthy Living Campus for the community on its 11-acre site located at 514 N. Prospect Ave. in Redondo Beach. 

Please join us to learn more about how the campus revitalization will create much-needed residences for older adults and serve as a hub of well-being that connects Beach Cities residents of all ages with the abundant health services and programs offered onsite. 

The community event will feature:

  • Information exhibits, conceptual drawings and visualizations
  • Project staff available to answer questions
  • Formal presentation at 6 p.m. 
  • Community input station for your feedback

The Healthy Living Campus is being designed to address the evolving health needs of the Beach Cities, which includes a lack of older adult residential facilities for a senior population that will soon exceed 15,000.  Additionally, the proposed project includes refurbishing the aging medical building, creating more of a connected campus environment, establishing usable green space and providing a pedestrian and bike-friendly environment.


How can I provide input and feedback about the Project?
Questions and general feedback about the Project can be emailed to or submitted directly to BCHD staff using our online comment card. Dates for community open houses and informational events will be determined at a later date and communicated to the public well in advance.

Community Outreach Contact: Eric Garner, BCHD communications manager, at (310) 374-3426 or