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Special Districts Road staff member, Brandon S., and Contractor, Porters Firewood, completed Block Cracking Road repairs in CSA 70 R-39 Highlands Ranch.The work performed filled horizontal road cracks that were traversing the entire width of the roadway creating “Blocks” that allow water to get down into the substrate layers causing

Plant Form: Perennial sub-shrub Water Use: Very low Mature Size: 1-2 ft. tall and wide Exposure: Full sun Bloom Time: Spring (March – May), Summer (June – August) Hardiness: Cold Hardy to 5°F Native to: California, Baja California Golden Yarrow is especially welcome in the garden because of its long

On Saturday, May 14, 2022, the Department of Public Works, Special Districts Water and Sanitation Division (WAS) hosted the 8th Annual Water Conservation Festival in CSA 64 Spring Valley Lake. Agencies who participated included Public Works, Fire, Sheriff, Public Health, Regional Parks, and many more. WAS staff provided education about

Special Districts provides the following as a summary update: Construction is currently focusing on completion of retaining walls and Christmas Canyon drainage and earthworkBiological Monitoring Program continue without noticing any activity that could impact the construction workStorm Water Management program is being monitored to comply with the State Water Board

Kessler Park is the recreation and athletic flagship of Bloomington Recreation and Park District with heavy use during both daylight and evening hours. Unfortunately, without adequate lighting at night, the park becomes a target for vandalism and graffiti, as well as an added safety concern. Throughout the interior of the

Bloomington Recreation and Park District has been working on various upgrades within Kessler Park. The border parkway of the Park along Jurupa Avenue contained lantana plant which was difficult to manage and collected windblown debris. The Park District initiated a capital improvement project to remove the lantana and old outdated