Landscape maintenance is continuous all year in South Florida and is the responsibility of each property owner. Owners must maintain their landscaping in a healthy, neat, and orderly condition, which includes mowing, trimming, pruning, weeding, watering, pest management, and fertilizing. This includes from the roads edge to the water’s edge of each property.
Tree guidance what is accepted by City of Coral Springs as replacement trees.
Palm guidance what is accepted by City of Coral Springs as replacement palms.
Shrubs & Groundcover guidance what is accepted by City of Coral Springs as replacement shrubs and groundcover.
The City of Coral Springs successfully became one of the few cities in the nation to be recognized as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).
Year-round water conservation measures to better protect South Florida's water resources are in place.
The City of Coral Springs has proudly held the Tree City USA title for over 30 years!
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