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Open Space District 15

The district was formed in 1986 to pay for costs of maintaining natural open space, green belt and slopes along major and collector roads and parkways within the public rights of way adjacent to open space lots, including the maintenance of all trees, shrubs, plants, etc., planted or placed within the open space area.

OSD Map ThumbnailThe maintenance consists in general of the following:

  • Irrigation
  • Fertilization
  • Removal of weeds, trash and litter
  • Pruning of trees and shrubs
  • Replacement of dead or diseased trees and shrubs
  • Repair of equipment and facilities
  • Weed abatement
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