The Association's Common Property Department is responsible for more than just LCA property. It includes property owned by the City of Irving, TxDOT, and DCURD, which when combined with Association property, covers over 386 acres of parks, right-of-way areas, greenbelts, street medians, and common areas that are home to thousands of trees and color beds containing over 150,000 units of color. Staff also maintains a highly efficient centralized irrigation system that exceeds 100 miles in length.
Efforts to ensure attractive and clean surroundings include the Association's litter removal program. With an inhouse crew dedicated exclusively to the litter control of 100-plus miles of streets and alleys, the department collects approximately 4,000 garbage bags of debris annually.
Staff also administers a mowing program for non-developed, deed restricted properties within Las Colinas. This is performed at least eight times per growing season and helps achieve uniformity and enhances the overall visual appeal synonymous with Las Colinas. Learn more about the commercial field mowing schedule and specifications by clicking here: LCA Mowing Information.
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