The City Council has scheduled a Public Hearing for April 5, 2022 regarding the levy and collection of assessments for this Landscape District. A notice has been sent to the owners of each property in the District to attend this meeting. Public participation shall be electronic only until further notice.
District Outreach Meeting
On February 22, 2022, City staff held a series of outreach meetings to provide information on various proposed landscape improvements and to consider input from the community. The online video conference meeting presentation can be viewed by clicking here.
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In 1987, the Cypress Cove II Landscape Maintenance Assessment District was formed to fund the maintenance of all exterior landscaping elements along Abdy Way, Cardoza Avenue, and Beach Road as well as the landscaping surrounding the percolation lot. Any areas of groundcover, shrubs, trees, irrigation pipelines, controllers, valves, sprinklers, masonry retaining walls, and associated electrical services are considered landscaping elements and are maintained and serviced by this Assessment District.
The District is named after the 70+ Monterey Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpon) surrounding the Subdivision. Monterey Cypress is a species of cypress tree native to the Central Coast of California.Due to the size and age of the trees,the City conductsan annual tree maintenance program for the health and safety of the trees and the District.
Each year, the District is assessed a special tax through the County to fund the Assessment District’s landscape maintenance. The processes to set the assessment amount and levy the tax is through Marina City Council action. A public hearing (usually between April-May) is held for the residents of the District to voice their opinions on District maintenance or improvements they would like to see. All residents are notified by mail of the meeting time and place.