After dissolution, what changes am I allowed to make to my property?

Property owners may make changes in accordance with City landscape and construction regulations. Contact the Planning Division for additional details by submitting an inquiry form.

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1. What does dissolution mean?
2. Why is dissolution being considered?
3. Which LAD is my property located?
4. What will happen when the LADs are dissolved?
5. Suggestions for property owners
6. After dissolution, what changes am I allowed to make to my property?
7. After dissolution of the district, can I remove trees located on my property?
8. Will the City trim private property trees within the district prior to the July 1 dissolution?
9. Will fire brush clearance be completed prior to the July 1 dissolution?
10. Who will be responsible to maintain the mini parks and trails in District 39?
11. Will the irrigation equipment installed on my property be removed?
12. Who will be responsible to maintain trees in the medians?
13. When will the City stop maintaining the landscaped areas located on private property within the Districts?
14. Will the City let us know who owns adjacent properties or slopes near my home?
15. After dissolution, how do I report a home or slope in need of maintenance?
16. Will the dissolution increase my HOA fees or property taxes?
17. What landscape maintenance will be taken care of prior to dissolution, will new vegetation be planted on my slope?
18. How much does the City pay for the annual landscape maintenance?