Street trees in most residential and commercial areas are maintained by the adjacent property owner.
Street trees within median islands and roadside landscaped areas are maintained by the city.
Trees on public lands, such as parks, trails, libraries, and community centers are maintained by the city.
Trees within private property are maintained by the property owner.
Heritage trees are maintained by the property owner.
Street Landscape includes the following:
Median islands and roadside landscaped areas maintained by the city.
Special Landscape District enhancements.
Adopt-A-Street landscape areas maintained by neighborhood volunteers.
Street tree permits are required to plant, prune or remove street trees. To request a permit, email email@example.com. Please include your name, email address, property address, and a brief description of your request.
Roadside landscape and median island landscapes are:
Managed by City crews for irrigation, litter, and weed control.
Responsible for maintaining 233 acres of roadside landscaped areas including:
Shrub trimming and removal
Litter and debris pick up
Irrigation damage response
Weed control for city owned lands and public right-of-way is managed by city staff.
Adopt a Street
The Adopt a Street program has 95 adopted parcels throughout the city.
These parcels are primarily roadside landscaped areas in residential neighborhoods.
Neighborhood volunteers assist city crews by removing weeds, trimming shrubs, and picking up litter and debris at least twice a year.
The city crews provide irrigation maintenance and repair.
We establish special landscape districts to maintain public improvements that provide special benefits to the property owners.
Landscape improvements include items such as median islands and roadside landscaped areas with enhanced landscaping, fountains, plazas, and other decorative features in the public right-of-way.
The maintenance costs for enhanced landscape features are funded by an assessment fee on the annual property taxes of the property owners within the district boundaries.
There are two types of special landscape districts:
Community facilities districts (CFD) with additional features, such as lakes, plazas, and pump stations.
Maintenance districts (MD) are composed of enhanced lighting and landscape features.
There are 19 special landscape districts, comprising more than 385 acres of enhanced landscape.
Trees in the special landscape districts are maintained by our Special District staff and include
Roadside landscaped areas
Special District Map
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