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Landscape and Lighting in Chino Hills

Chino Hills is well known for its high quality of life with 41 parks, 3,000 acres of open space, and 39 miles of trails.  These amenities help make Chino Hills a special place.  Because of changes in legislation over the years, about half of the City's residents pay a Landscape & Lighting District assessment, ranging from $50 to $500 per year, on their annual property tax bill to fund maintenance of these areas.  Rates haven't been raised in over 20 years and the General Fund is now making up a $500,000 shortfall that is projected to grow exponentially. 

Watch the Residents Community Information Meeting that took place on Thursday, October 22nd and learn more about this complex issue.  

Landscape & Lighting District Community Information Meeting Video

For additional background information, please review the following previously published articles: 

Summer City News & Recreation Brochure Article-Parks and Landscaped Areas Add to Quality of Life

Fall City News & Recreation Brochure Article-Long-term Solution Sought for Landscape & Lighting District Revenue Shortfall

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