Since 2009 the Inglewood Oil Field has been undergoing a landscaping transformation as bushes, trees, and other attractive vegetation are being planted around our perimeter. This transformation began under the site’s previous owner-operator PXP and carries on today. Sentinel Peak Resources sees, too, that beautification of the site enhances the entire community. Since taking over operations at the Inglewood Oil Field, we completed a seven-phase landscaping effort and continue to work to ensure the plants thrive.
Landscaping improvements at the Inglewood Oil Field began with a major visual enhancement at the intersection of Stocker Street and Fairfax Avenue. Utilizing California-Friendly planting along public thoroughfares like La Cienega Boulevard, Fairfax Avenue and other streets, we are actively making strides to improve the appearance of those corridors for the benefit of the public.
The Inglewood Oil Field consists of approximately 1,000 acres of land predominantly in the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County. Throughout its history, the oil field’s different operators have made generous contributions to enhance public value and improve access for surrounding communities.
Previous public access contributions have included:
Right-of-way to complete the Park to Playa Trail
The Boneyard Dog Park in Culver City;
The Culver City Park Batting Cages;
The Inglewood Sports Complex;
And College Boulevard, connecting West Los Angeles College to Jefferson Blvd.
Since taking over Inglewood Oil Field operations, Sentinel Peak Resources has continued this trend by agreeing to allow public access to a portion of our property in order to create the Park to Playa Trail. This walking trail will connect Kenneth Hahn State Recreational Area to the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook with an approximately half-mile path on Inglewood Oil Field property. County Supervisors hope to one day extend the trail all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
For more information visit their website at,
or contact below with questions;
Senior Field Representative
Office of Assembly Majority Leader Isaac G. Bryan, District 55
(310) 641- 5410