Why are assessments different for each zone?
Each zone is a small geographic area of the city and within those zones there are different types of landscaping that must be maintained. Some of the differences include the age of the landscaping, the amount and type of landscaping, and the size and condition of the landscaping. All of these factors play a role in determining the actual maintenance costs for the landscaping within a particular zone. Additionally, some zones are larger than others and may have more property owners sharing in the costs.

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1. Will contractors be allowed to work on closed Fridays?
2. How do I report general concerns regarding my neighborhood, such as tree issues, parking problems, and street maintenance needs?
3. What areas of the city does the Landscape Maintenance District cover?
4. Why are assessments different for each zone?
5. Why are there different levels of maintenance throughout the Landscape Maintenance District?
6. What is a Landscape Maintenance District?
7. How are the assessments determined and set?
8. How is the Landscape Maintenance District funded?
9. How can I find out if I live in a LMD zone?