Riverpark Community Facilities District 5
Community Facilities District No. 5 (Riverpark) was established in 2005 to pay for the cost and expense of providing public services to the Riverpark development, which includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Maintenance of parks, parkways, and open space.
- Recreation program services, library services, maintenance services for elementary and secondary school sites and structures, and the operation and maintenance of museums and cultural facilities.
- Flood and storm protection services.
- Costs incurred in establishing the district and creating the levy of the special tax, financial adviser fees and expenses, appraisal and price point study costs, maintenance reserves, and district counsel fees and expenses.
- Ongoing administrative fees of the district, the City and any trustee, fiscal agent or financial administrator related to the district.
- Reimbursement of costs related to the formation of the district advanced by the City, any landowner in the district, or any party related to any of the foregoing, as well as reimbursement of any costs advanced by the City, any landowner in the district or any party related to any of the foregoing, for services, fees or other purposes or costs of the district.
- Police protection services.
- Fire protection and suppression services.
- Ambulance and paramedic services.
- Local park, recreation, parkway, and open-space facilities.
Riverpark is a non-bonded district for maintenance and does not expire.
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Bright View Contractor Maintenance Schedule – Subject to Change
- Landscape Maintenance Calendar
- Mow Schedule
- Sports Fields Maintenance Calendar
- Landscape Maintenance Sequences Schedule
Landscape Maintenance Inspection Reports
Sports Fields Inspection Reports
Riverpark Fountain Maintenance Update
Currently the Riverpark fountain is down due to an irrigation break that has been spraying water into the pump enclosure and damaging the control panel. This has been an issue in the past and the panel has been replaced once before. Unfortunately the company that manufactured the controller has now discontinued this model. Therefore in order to make repairs, we have to track down used after-market parks and hope that the used parts work correctly. Recently we tried installing a used panel which did not work. The City is working on a long term solution by bringing the control system above ground level, thus avoiding issues with future irrigation breaks.
Thank you for your patience while we work towards a solution.
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Special Districts Division
Last Updated: November 1, 2018