City of Diamond Bar

LAD No. 39

Benefit Assessment Districts: LAD No. 39

The Landscape Assessment District No. 39 (the “District”) (“LAD No. 39”) was originally formed in 1985 to fund landscaping improvements and ongoing maintenance. The District funds the servicing and maintenance of various private properties to mitigate brush fire hazards and enhance the appeal of the entire community. The District also maintains five developer-created mini-parks and trails. While the assessment fee remained locked at its original amount during the past decades, maintenance costs continued to increase. This created a shortfall in funds between District assessments and maintenance costs. The City can no longer continue to subsidize what should be a self-supporting …

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LAD No. 39 Survey

LAD No. 39 Survey

In this post, CivicMic shares the LAD No. 39 survey. The City of Diamond Bar (the “City”) is gathering information about Landscape Assessment District No. 39 (the “District”)(“LAD No. 39”). The District funds the servicing and maintenance of various private properties to mitigate brush fire hazards and enhance the appeal of the entire community. The District also maintains five developer-created mini-parks and trails. While the assessment fee remained locked at its original amount during the past decades, maintenance costs continued to increase. This created a shortfall in funds between District assessments and maintenance costs. The City can no longer continue …

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City of Diamond Bar

CivicMic Services for the City of Diamond Bar

CivicMic works with The City of Diamond Bar (the “City”)  to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for participation in the collaborative governance process for the dissolution of Landscape Assessment District No. 39 (the “District”) and its proposed replacement with Landscape Assessment District No. 39-2022 to fund certain landscaping services and maintenance. Currently, the City services and maintains 5 mini-parks, 15 acres of slopes, 39 acres of open space areas, and other landscape and irrigation improvements in the District. Without the establishment of a new Assessment District following the dissolution of the District, the current services will no longer …

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