The Right of Way is almost returned to pre-existing conditions. All of our neighbors have received their in-kind fence and driveway restoration. Local commercial properties have use of their storage areas and parking lots. Flood Park, Fleischman Park, Red Morton Park and North Fair Oaks Playground are open to the public. All that remains is a few punch list items and most importantly our General Permit condition to establish vegetation on the bare soil by hydro-seeding the Right of Way.
Hydro-seeding is the process of applying a seed mixture and a fertilizer on the ground. This seed mixture is a blend of 24 approved California native grasses and flowers. The hydro-seed blend (including the fertilizer and bright green color) is non-toxic and will re-establish California native vegetation on the Right of Way.
|Worker spraying hydroseed on the median at Ivy Drive|
|Crews using cardboard to prevent hydroseed overspray|
Keep a look out this spring for poppies, goldfields, owl clover and annual lupins along the Right of Way!
|Hydroseed completed on Ivy Drive|
|Hydroseed from Hillcrest Drive to Esther Lane|
|Hydroseed on Iris Lane to Flood Park|