The Huntington Beach Downtown Residents Assn. will hold its second rally at 2 p.m. Sunday at Triangle Park and will unveil plans for a redesigned park and library.
The association is a group of residents committed to saving Triangle Park and the Main Street Library and consequently halting any development above Orange Avenue. The association has been getting the word out for the last nine months and has collected about 6,000 signatures for a petition.
The group held its first rally in June, and more than 100 residents came out.
“We’re trying to keep the area north of Orange for the residents,” said Kim Kramer, the spokesman for the association.
The residents are worried about a possible cultural center being built over their library and on their park. The cultural center is a part of the Downtown Specific Plan that would use the center as the northern hub of Main Street.