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Object ID F-1691
Title Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain
Description Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain, across which storm drain passes in tunnel. Sacatela Creek was a perennial stream in the early 20th century that began in the Franklin Hills and joined Ballona Creek in Koreatown/Mid-City, between Wilton, Westchester, and Country Club Drive. A seasonal stream flowing from Silver Lake Reservoir area also joined Sacatela Creek near the intersection of today's Beverly Boulevard and Madison Avenue. In 1929 the stormdrain was laid in the stream's path and the creek was filled.


Date 02/11/1929
Place Mid-City; Los Angeles
Collection Los Angeles City Archives Department of Engineering Historical Photos
Provenance City of Los Angeles Engineering Department
Cataloged by Sklar, Anna
Copyright Los Angeles City Archives, City Clerk
Photographer City of Los Angeles Engineering Staff
Search Terms Storm drains
Mid-City
Flood contro
Subjects Groundwater California Los Angeles
Flood control California Los Angeles
Arroyo De La Sacatela storm drain
Streets California Los Angeles.
Storm drains California Los Angeles
Mid-City (Los Angeles, Calif.)