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Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMDs) were formed to landscape, light, and maintain common areas, parkways and medians in the City's neighborhoods.

The City of Corona has six Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMDs). Each has its own independent funding revenue, maintenance area, operation and maintenance costs, and special benefit zone boundaries.

 

LMD 84-2


LMD 84-2, the City's oldest LMD, was formed following the provisions of the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972. It has has 12 independent benefit zones. Select a zone to see a map and learn more about it. Overview of all Zones.

 

LMD 84-2: Zone 1LMD 84-2 Zone 1

Zone 1 was established in 1986 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along the northwesterly side of Lincoln, from Fallbrook to just before River Road. The levy, originally set at $48.50, was lowered to $22.54 per benefit unit in Fiscal Year 1993/1994, and has been at that level since.
Quick Facts: • 0.2 Acre Area • 184 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $22.54

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 2LMD 84-2: Zone 2

 Zone 2 was established in 1986 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along Corydon. The original levy, set at $110 per benefit unit, was raised to $116 in Fiscal Year 1996/1997, where it has remained.

Quick Facts: • 8.63 Acre Area • 699 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $116

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 4LMD 84-2: Zone 4

Zone 4 was established in 1986 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along the northerly side of Ontario, between Kellogg and Rimpau, as well as the parkways along portions of Fullerton, Rimpau, and Old Temescal. The annual levy has fluctuated over the years. Recent elections have raised the annual rate to where it is today.

Quick Facts: • 3.46 Acre Area • 514 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $173.36

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 6LMD 84-2: Zone 6
Zone 6 was established in 1986 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along portions of McKinley, Promenade and Buchanan.

Quick Facts: • 24.52 Acre Area • 4,439.60 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $68.21

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 7

LMD 84-2: Zone 7
Zone 7 was established in 1987 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along a portion of Ontario and Mangular Avenues.

Quick Facts: • 8.98 Acre Area • 1,432.60 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $55.00

 

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 10LMD 84-2: Zone 10
Zone 10 covers the Sierra Del Oro community, located at the western portion of the City, which includes Green River Road, a main thoroughfare connecting west Corona to the 91 Freeway. The Zone 10 maintenance area of 173 acres is the largest of the zones maintained by LMD 84-2. Huge open space and hillsides make up most of the 173 acres because Sierra Del Oro sits at the foot of the Cleveland National Forest, which separates Corona from neighboring Orange County. Because of the community's topography, many of the homes in Sierra Del Oro have steep slopes or hills behind their properties. Landscape management does not only consist of the customary landscape mowing and trimming, but also includes annual slope vegetation management for slope stability and protection from fire hazard.

Quick Facts: • 185.9 Acre Area • 3,368.88 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $599.50

 

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 14LMD 84-2: Zone 14
Zone 14 was established in 1989 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along portions of Norco Hills Parkway, Village Loop, Parkridge, Parkview and McKinley.

Quick Facts: • 35.45 Acre Area • 2,305.50 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $250.33

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 15LMD 84-2: Zone 15
Zone 15 was established in 1989 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along portions of Auto Center Drive and Railroad Street.

Quick Facts: • 1.77 Acre Area • 383.25 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $68.45

 

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 17LMD 84-2: Zone 17
Zone 17 was established in 1990 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along portions of Stagecoach.

Quick Facts: • 1.27 Acre Area • 201 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $110.00

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 18LMD 84-2: Zone 18
Zone 18 was established in 1991 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians along portions of Lincoln, Harrington, and River Road.

Quick Facts: • 1.92 Acre Area • 359.80 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $100.00

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 19LMD 84-2: Zone 19

Zone 19 was established in 1991 to fund the landscape maintenance of parkways and medians in areas throughout South Corona.

 Quick Facts:  • 36.78 Acre Area  • 3,690 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $126.00

 

 

LMD 84-2 Zone 20LMD 84-2: Zone 20
Zone 20 was established in 1991 to fund the landscape maintenance of greenbelt areas, parkways and medians along portions of Lincoln, Upper, Mountain Gate, Main, Foothill, and Garretson.

Quick Facts: • 70.27 Acre Area • 2,573.75 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $407.09

 

 

Citywide Districts


There are additional Citywide Maintenance Districts

  District 84-1        
 District 84    Benefit Zone 1  • 36,677.44 Benefit Units   • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $28.50
   Benefit Zone 2  • 68,427.02 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $1.10
   Benefit Zone 3  • 97,712.10 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $9.26

 

 District 2003-1      
   Benefit Zone 1  • 225.25 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $20.00
 Benefit Zone 2  • 1,892.44 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $13.00
 Benefit Zone 3  • 3,680.32 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $23.75

 

 

Community Facilities Districts


The City's other five LMDs are Community Facilities Districts (CFD). These districts were established following the provisions of the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982. Select a CFD to learn more. 

CFD 97-1CFD 97-1

CFD 97-1 was established in September 1997 to maintain parkways and medians along main city streets within the territory that has been annexed to the district. The annual levy was set at $121 per benefit unit, with an annual inflation factor. 

Quick Facts:     • 30.98 Acre Area      • 2,338.73 Benefit Units      • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $179.93

 

CFD 2001-1CFD 2001-1
CFD 2001-1 was created to maintain the landscape of master planned parkways, medians and greenbelt areas within the boundary of the district.

Quick Facts: • 53.35 Acre Area • 3,269.68 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18:  $149.92 - $356.71

 

CFD 2002-2CFD 2002-2

CFD 2002-2 was formed in response to petitions from business owners in the manufacturing and industrial areas located northeast of the City and south of the Freeway 91. The new CFD will provide landscape maintenance services for the area's medians along Magnolia Avenue, Compton Avenue, East Sixth Street, and the easterly Compton Avenue parkway.

Quick Facts: • 5.04 Acre Area • 390.55 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $183.79

 

 

CFD 2002-3

CFD 2002-3

CFD 2002-3 was created to accommodate the fast growing Temescal Canyon area, east of Interstate 15, from Weirick Road to Ontario Avenue. This area has a combination of residential and business land uses, which made the formation of a new landscaping district a necessity. The district will provide the financial mechanism to maintain the master planned parkways and medians along Cajalco Road and Temescal Canyon. The annual levy is a range between $65 and $270, and is dependent upon the proportion of landscape being serviced by the annexing property.

Quick Facts: • 0.80 Acre Area • 538.40 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $31.98

 

 

CFD 2011-1CFD 2011-1

CFD 2011-1 was created for public improvements associated with the North Main Street Redevelopment Project.

 Quick Facts:

• 27.46 Acre Area • 409.29 Benefit Units • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $126.45 - $177.03

 

 

CFD 2016-3 (Maintenance Services)

Benefit Zone 1 • 32.62 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $638
Benefit Zone 2 • 8.30 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $6,533
Benefit Zone 3 • 2.50 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $953
Benefit Zone 4 • 3.74 Benefit Units  • Annual Levy for FY 17/18: $2,608

 

 

CFD 2016-1 (Public Services)

Single-Family Residential: $516
Multi-Family Residential: $358

  

Please contact the City’s Special Tax Consultant at (866) 504-2067 for information specific to individual land parcels within our districts.