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City Hall Relandscaping

City Hall Relandscaping
Landscaping renovations are taking place around Santa Maria City Hall over the next few months, to comply with mandatory State water restrictions.
Phase one began this week along the Broadway frontage (State Highway 135) with removal of concrete walkways, turf grass, two magnolia trees, and signage. The new design includes new signage, a public event space, waterwise plant material and revised electrical work.
The work is being done by the City’s Recreation and Parks Department staff, supported by specialty contractors as needed.  The project is expected to be completed in three phases. Phase 2 is along the Cook Street side of City Hall, and phase 3 along the South McClelland Street frontage.
The goal is a low water-use, low-maintenance planted area with pavers and walkways. The new plantings will complement the colorful community mural mounted on the former Public Library that faces Broadway.
Questions may be directed to Angela Oslund, Interim Recreation and Parks Director, at (805) 925-0951 extension 2042.

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