The Washingtonian fan palms are in process of being trimmed. The crew is finishing up work in phase seven which is Topaz, Rustic Canyon, Toro Canyon, Tulare and Mesa. Once done with phase seven, the crew will begin work in phase one and then two. Phase three, four and six were recently completed. The cherry picker trucks can partially block the road so we ask residents to please be extra careful going around them if you see them working. Palms that can’t be reached by the cherry picker will be done by a crew member using a ladder. If you have a vehicle that blocks access to a palm, the crew will skip that palm. If you see the crew working down the street, it is best to move your vehicle.
The lawn irrigation is watered five times a day starting at 5 a.m., 10 a.m., 5 p.m., 10 p.m., and 1 a.m.; running for three minutes each start time. Please note that on mow day, however, the start time at 10 a.m. will not turn on. Plants are now being watered three times a day. The plants are now watered four times a day starting at 2 a.m., 6 a.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. every day; running for 7 minutes each start time.
If you have any questions or concerns: please call Mirna Aceves, Landscape Specialist (760) 702-3017.
For after-hours landscaping/irrigation concerns:
Please call Customer Care (800) 428-5588.
Each week our landscape contractor fields multiple crews that maintain Trilogy’s common areas. The crew rotations shown here are the normal day-in and day-out assignments. Holidays and special events may cause these crew assignments to change.
One use of this information is to be able to anticipate when there may be landscape activities (debris piles, motor noises, dust) that could effect your at-home plans.