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In 1984, when the City was incorporated, Moreno Valley voters created a Community Services District (CSD). The CSD was established to provide property owners with certain programs and benefits such as parks and community services, residential and arterial street lighting, parkway and extensive parkway landscape maintenance, and median landscape maintenance. The CSD funds designated program services for new and existing developments that are incorporated into a specific Zone.

Questions regarding the services within any zone should be directed to 951.413.3480 or specialdistricts@moval.org. The Landscape Service Request or Streetlight Service Form may also be used to report areas of concern.

Services provided vary based on the funding the CSD receives from annual charges paid by the property owners within each service area or CSD Zone. Funding for each zone is collected through the charges that are levied and collected on the County of Riverside property tax bills. Operation of each Zone requires full cost recovery; service levels for the programs may be adjusted consistent with available funding levels.

A Levy Report is prepared annually and describes each zone in the CSD, the services that are provided in each zone, and the charge to be levied on the property tax bill for properties in each service area.

The CSD Zones include:
(click on the zone below for more information)

> Zone A – Park & Community Services

Picture of a  playgroundServices provided by the Parks and Community Services Department include maintenance of parkland and linear parkway sites, improved multi-use trails, facilities, and recreational programs for the City's children, adults, and senior citizens.

Community and neighborhood parks provide both passive and active recreational opportunities throughout the City. The parks provide playing fields/courts for tennis, basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball, softball, football, and golf, many of which are used by local sports organizations to serve area youth. The parks also offer picnic and playground areas, hiking and equestrian trails, skateboarding, and roller hockey amenities. In addition to Zone A, new residential developments may also be annexed into Community Facilities District No. 1 to support the maintenance of parks and park facilities constructed after the formation of the CFD.

> Zone B – Residential Street Lighting

Picture of a street at nightThe Zone B program provides funding for the on-going cost of residential street lighting services for residential neighborhoods. Properties in the City which receive this service through the CSD are subject to this charge.

> Zone C – Arterial Street & Intersection Lighting

The Zone C program provides funding for the on-going cost of arterial street lighting and intersection lighting services. All properties in the City, with the exception of those properties located within the Edgemont Community Services District, are subject to this charge. Photo of streetlights

To report a streetlight outage:

> Zone D – Parkway Landscape Maintenance

Picture of street landscapingThe Zone D program funds the costs for parkway and median landscape maintenance services provided to residential tracts that have parkway and/or median landscaping maintained by the City. Maintenance services generally include: mowing and trimming of turf areas, pruning shrubs and ground cover, trimming trees, applying fertilizer applications, litter removal, weed control, repair and monitoring of irrigation systems, replacement of plant materials, payment of water and electric utility charges, and administration costs.

> Zone E – Extensive Parkway Landscape Maintenance

Photo of a residential streetZone E program provides landscape maintenance service for extensive landscaping existing in and around specific major residential/commercial development areas. The Zone E program funds the costs for parkway and median landscape maintenance services. Maintenance services generally include: mowing and trimming of turf areas, pruning shrubs and ground cover, trimming trees, applying fertilizer applications, litter removal, weed control, repair and monitoring of irrigation systems, replacement of plant materials, payment of water and electric utility charges, and administration costs.

> Zone M – Median Maintenance

Photo of a median The Zone M program funds the costs associated with median landscape maintenance services provided to commercial, industrial and/or multifamily developments, which have landscaped medians that are maintained by the City. Zone M services generally include: mowing and trimming of turf areas, pruning shrubs and ground cover, trimming trees, applying fertilizer applications, litter removal, weed control, repair and monitoring of irrigation systems, replacement of plant materials, payment of water and electric utility charges, and administration costs.

> Zone S – Sunnymead Boulevard Maintenance

Photo of landscaping in Zone SThe Zone S program funds the costs associated with landscape maintenance services provided to properties along Sunnymead Boulevard, between Frederick Street and Perris Boulevard for the improvements installed as part of the Sunnymead Boulevard Revitalization Program. Zone S services generally include: pruning shrubs, trimming trees, fertilizer applications, litter removal, weed control, repair and monitoring of irrigation systems, replacement of plant materials, payment of water and electric utility charges, and administration costs.

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