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New Development Projects

Hawaiian Gardens Casino

The Hawaiian Gardens Casino has submitted an application for the construction of a permanent two-story casino building encompassing approximately 200,000 square feet. The existing tent casino facility will be removed upon completion of the new casino. The new casino building will include new gaming areas, restaurant, sports bar, public gatherings areas, and personal and retail services. Other improvements include improved parking facilities, landscaping, and off-site traffic improvements.

Five Star Express Carwash

The Five Star Express Carwash is the newest state-of-the-art carwash facility in the City. The carwash includes a fully animated wash tunnel, extensive landscaping, street signage, and utilizes the newest green technology to recycle wastewater. The carwash is located at 12245 Carson Street and is one of the newest buildings along this well traveled commercial corridor.

La Quinta Inn and Suites

La Quinta Inn and Suites, located at 12441 Carson Street, provides Hawaiian Gardens a new location for hotel accommodations. This four-story hotel has over 50 rooms, including seven suites. The hotel features many amenities including meeting facilities, business center, and spa and fitness center. The hotel replaced a dilapidated dog kennel. The hotel provides a new addition to the Carson Street corridor.

Capital Improvement Projects

Hawaiian Gardens Public Library and Public Safety Center

Hawaiian Gardens Public Library and Public Safety Center opened in 2009 and houses the Los Angeles County Library and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Public Safety Center. The library includes a children and teen area, computer terminals, and large collection of reading materials. The Public Safety Center provides residents of Hawaiian Gardens with a safe place to report any crimes or suspicious activity in their neighborhoods, meet and interact with patrol deputies, host neighborhood and business watch meetings, and receive crime prevention information.

Extending 226 th Street

In 2010, the City of Hawaiian Gardens extended 226th Street, from Arline Avenue to Pioneer Boulevard. The new street included adding rubberized asphalt, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, handicap ramps, street lights, and substantial landscaping. A new three-way stop sign was installed at the new 226th Street and Pioneer Boulevard intersection. Extending 226 th Street improves the vehicle and pedestrian access in the southwestern portion of the City and greatly enhances the aesthetics of the neighborhood.