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Landscape Rehabilitation

The City of Irvine's park and landscape rehabilitation program is designed to renew older parks, greenbelts and street landscapes. The goal of the program is to contribute to the City's Strategic Goal of "Enhancing the Physical Environment and Preventing Signs of Deterioration" by returning "tired looking" landscapes to their original condition, or to conditions compatible with adjacent homeowner association landscapes.

The program addresses the common elements comprising a typical landscape. Irrigation system components are replaced with more water efficient units, turf areas are renovated, shrub beds are planted with new plants, poor growing trees and trees causing damage are removed, with new trees planted where appropriate.

Northwood Streetscape
Willows Neighborhood Park

Westpark Streetscape
Valley Oak Neighborhood Park
Colonel Bill Barber Community Park
Deerfield Community Park

Should you have questions regarding the City's Park and Street Landscape Rehabilitation Program, please contact Public Works Maintenance Superintendent Dennis Chiotti
at (949) 724-7612 or email dchiotti@ci.irvine.ca.us.