This ‘park for a day’ was built, enjoyed, and removed in just one day in the heart of the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles on a vacant parking lot as an inspiration to greening the neighborhood. The park was a tribute to local community activist Joel Bloom and contributed to the citywide Park(ing) Day L.A., which pro-motes turning parking spaces into parks for the day. The park was built with donated trees, re-sold sod, City-provided mulch, and a landscape of pallets bought and re-sold, to create an oasis worthy of local dog walkers and pre-school visitors. The park was funded by local residents and local developers who had built projects in the Arts District, including Cowley Real Estate Partners, Pulte Homes, and Linear City.