Service District Spring Clean-up Underway
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
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.