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County Service Area 70, Zone G, in Wrightwood, was established in 1971 to facilitate road maintenance and snow removal for 7.35 miles of paved and unpaved roads in the Wrightwood area. The Special Districts project management team worked with Contractor, Pavement Coatings Co. to complete a 3/8 Chip Seal with

County Service Area 68, Valley of the Moon, was established in 1969 to facilitate road maintenance and snow removal for 1,212 parcels in the Crestline area. The Special Districts project management team worked with Contractor, Pavement Coatings Co. to complete a 5/16 Chip Seal with Fog Seal on 1.7 miles

Staff received interest from the community to replace the fence perimeter at MacKay Park. Staff had also frequently encountered broken fence members due to age and patron use. After consultation with community members, a decision was made on the style of fencing appropriate for the Park. Before After

Eligible residents in the CSA 70 R-5 Sugarloaf road district who are interested in the Berm removal program can apply now!Eligibility is Full time resident, 65+ years of age or have a qualifying disability. Application for Sugarloaf Berm Removal Program

The Department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following update since the September Website update: Construction is currently focusing on earthwork and storm drainsConstruction Change Directive has been issued to address the extra Christmas Canyon earthworkEnvironmental monitoring program continue and reduced from weekly to daily after due to

Plant Form: Semi-evergreen shrub Water Use: Low Mature Size: 3-6 ft. tall x 2-3 ft. wide Exposure: Full sun Bloom Time: Summer (Aug), Fall (Sept-Nov) Hardiness: Cold Hardy to 20°F Native to: South Africa Lion’s Tail is prized for its dazzling, tubular flowers covered with a fur-like coat of fine

The District mails Proposition 218 notices to property owners in Havasu Lake as planned and presented in the August 26, 2021 town hall webinar.

The North Etiwanda Preserve’s new parking fee goes into effect on October 1, 2021.  Two options are available for users of the Preserve, $3 for 4 hrs. and $5 for all day parking.  Patrons can quickly scan the QR code located on signs at various locations throughout the Car park