Service District Spring Clean-up Underway

April 23, 2012

Service District Crews Pressure Washing Light-pole in Lowry Hill District

Service District Crews Pressure Washing Light-pole in Lowry Hill District

As part of its year-round services, the Lowry Hill District Special Service District conducts a spring clean-up to get the District ready for summer.

Crews were out last week cleaning up the planting beds, picking up litter from the sidewalks, and pressure washing light-poles, benches, retaining walls, and around newspaper racks.

Summer services continue through the end of October and include:

  • Twice-weekly sidewalk litter removal
  • Graffiti removal
  • Boulevard mowing, fertilizing and watering
  • Planting bed pruning, fertilizing and watering
  • Emptying sidewalk trash receptacles (occurs year-round)

Now in its thirteenth year, the Service District is funded via annual service charge assessments to commercial properties within the District. In total, commercial property owners collectively invest more than $100,000 each year to help keep the Lowry Hill District clean and attractive.

Service District Crews Pressure Washing Around Newspaper Racks in the Lowry Hill District

Service District Crews Performing Landscape Maintenance

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