Los Angeles County
Landscape Maintenance Districts

Zone 35 Montebello

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Fiscal Year 2018-19 Update:

The medians within Zone 35 suffered a substantial loss of trees and vegetation due to various factors including the prolonged drought and the resulting water use restrictions mandated by the State of California. As a result, the existing turf within the median has died and will be replaced by a three phase project to re-landscape all of the medians within the zone. Phase I of the project began in March 2018. Phases II and III are scheduled to be completed in Fiscal Year 2018-19 and 2019-20


Median Landscaping Project

Phase I of the Project is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, March 27, 2018.

Further details on the project schedule will be posted when available. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Anish Saraiya at asaraiya@dpw.lacounty.gov or at (626) 458-3983.

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Project Information

Meeting Notice - March 21, 2017
Meeting Notice - April 5, 2016
Presentation - April 5, 2016
Meeting Notice - December 14, 2015
Presentation - December 14, 2015
Meeting Notice - October 29, 2015
Presentation - October 29, 2015
Boundary & Maintenance Area Map
Project Phasing Map



This area is located in East Los Angeles near the city of Montebello; this area consists of 11.24 acres of irrigated turf area with 9,410 square ft of a Dry Stream River Rock Bed Path within the Northside and Southside Drives center grass medians. Tree species consist of Alder, Pine, Chinese Elm and Jacaranda Trees. These trees within the center medians are pruned and trimmed annually to maintain a park-like appearance within this residential area.


Services include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Mowing, edging, weed and disease control
  • Irrigation maintenance and repairs
  • Fertilization of existing turf
  • Tree trimming and removals
  • Pest Control
  • Graffiti removal

Assessment Information:

  • $64 per parcel
  • 1958 parcels
  • The cost to be assessed on each parcel is determined by dividing the total amount to be assessed by the number of assessable parcels within the Zone.



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