CPFUMC Park Street Frontage Landscape Project
Our Park Street Frontage Landscape Project was begun in the summer of 2018 as a way to improve our care of God’s creation and to make church access more convenient for parents of small children. Our goals for this project are to blend well with the other existing landscaping on our property along West Park Street; eliminate the mud problem for parking in our Multi-Ministries Building parking lot; shield the 4 HVAC units from view from the street; retain all native live oak trees and large pine tree; use plants, trees and shrubs which are native varieties, drought tolerant and deer resistant; screen view of our shed from the street as much as possible while allowing for clear access to the shed front door; and make our frontage an inviting view from the street.
Current status 18Aug18: The Final Landscape Plan (shown below) was received on 12Jul18 from BLA. We are working on a cost estimate and soliciting proposals for the various main tasks in the project:
- Demolish the existing landscape
- Excavation for tree and shrub planting as well as for the rip-rap path and area around the HVAC units
- Design and build an irrigation system
- Provide and Install trees, shrubs and ground cover
- Provide and Install dirt, mulch, rocks and boulders
We expect that the congregation can perform some or most of the demolition work and that the congregation can perform planting and mulching for all plants except the 3″ caliper Monterey Oak tree.