special districts

The Special Districts Section of Public Works oversees the administration and management of six Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMD) and two Lighting Maintenance Districts in the City.  These Districts pay for the costs of operating and maintaining certain public street lights, traffic signals, parkways, slopes and open areas throughout the City.

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The City currently has six Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMD) that maintain approximately 445 acres of landscape, medians and slopes throughout the city.

The first Landscape Maintenance District, LMD 84-2, was formed in 1984 following the provisions of the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972. The other five Landscape Districts, formed later following the provisions of the Mello Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, are: CFD 97-1, CFD 2001-1, CFD 2002-2, CFD 2002-3, and CFD 2011-1.

District Highlights of What's Happening in Your Landscape Zone:

To learn more about your district or zone, or to get the latest updates, click here to visit the Landscape Maintenance Districts Benefit Zones and CFD Landscape Maintenance Districts main page.

Lighting Maintenance Districts

street lightThe City currently has two Lighting Maintenance Districts (LMD) that maintain nearly 11,500 streetlights and over 140 traffic signals.  Both LMD 84-1 and LMD 2003-1 were established following the provisions of the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972.

LMD 84-1, formed in 1984, is the City's first LMD.  Its special benefit zone includes all properties within the City's original 1984 boundary.  LMD 2003-1 was formed in 2003 and its special benefit zone includes the newer developments that are outside the limits of LMD 84-1 such as the Corona Crossings development and the Dos Lagos development.  To see the boundaries of the two Lighting Districts, select one of the following links:


Click here to visit the Landscape Maintenance Districts Benefit Zones and CFD Landscape Maintenance Districts main page


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