The District maintains landscaped medians and street (arterials &
collectors) landscaped rights-of-way adjacent to residential and
commercial areas throughout much of the City. The District has several
agreements with homeowner associations and businesses concerning these
services, which were developed over time and which are chronicled in the
document "Landscape Agreement Chronology"
with a link listed below. The City provides a staff person to
respond to citizen requests for information about the work program.
The District's services are driven by its Service Plan (i.e. what the
District was created to do) and the Board's annual goals, which are listed
on the Board Page.
The 2017 goals are both general, like policy statements, and specific,
like capital projects.
2005 PMMD Landscape Easement
Right-Of-Way Access and Landscape Easement Agreement between Teachers
Insurance and Annuity Association of American and the City of Lone Tree
for Maintenance Surface of Kachina Way and Taos Trail on the North Side of
the Taos HOA – August 22, 2005.
Home Owner Associations (HOAs)
without Landscape Services Agreements
Club Terrace: The perimeter on Lone Tree Parkway
and Timberline is sidewalk, only weed spraying performed.
The Charter: The perimeter on Timberline is sidewalk only,
the District performs weed removal.
Lone Tree: The District does provide
landscaping maintenance and irrigation water to their perimeter on Lone
Tree Parkway and Timberline. This is done because there is not a mandatory
HOA that can execute an agreement.