The district was formed in 1983 to pay for costs of maintaining natural open space, green belt and slopes along major and collector roads, the median island in “H” Street, 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.
The open space lots adjacent to the condominiums are maintained by the condominium homeowner’s association and are not part of the districts. Only the highly visible portions of the open spaces are intensely landscape and irrigated. The remainder, and majority, or the area is a combination of natural landscaping and natural open space.
The Lynndale Hills Subdivision was added to the district in 1992.
- Removal of weeds, trash and litter
- Replacement of dead or diseased trees and shrubs
- Repair of equipment and facilities
- Weed abatement
- Trail Maintenance