Measure Z Fund or General Fund
Drainage Easement leading into Regency Heritage Park from Trailwood Ct.
This drainage easement which was cleaned out once by the City of Wildomar Public Works Department thru its contract with PV Maintenance, Inc., the company that maintains Wildomar’s streets, sidewalks, storm drains, street lights, and once by Inland Empire Landscaping the company the is contracted to maintain Wildomar’s 3 parks.
Regency Heritage Park ends at the block wall.
In the first years expenditures this channel appears to have been billed to Measure Z Funds with a check made out to PV Maintenance for $4,847.88 this amount include the scraping of channel removing trees, muck, weeds and trash along with scraping off the dog park area.
Tract Map clearly shows drainage channel outside of park.
This channel is approximately 190 feet in length of which only 40 feet is on the property of Regency Heritage Park, the balance of 150 feet rightly belongs to CSA 142 but this is only a lighting district with no provision to pay for drainage and cost should come from the general fund. The area that is parkland, the access road from Autumn Oak Pl, has never been cleaned as this would require the removal of storm drain covers.
This is not parkland
Another view outside the park
Storm drain on Autumn Oak Pl. Measure Z funds or ?
Clean up of a failed storm water system owned by both the County of Riverside Flood Control District and the City of Wildomar.
Is this what you voted to pay for when you voted for Measure Z.
The following are a series of pictures taken at Regency Heritage Park. Some before the latest rains and some during. Left behind will be copious amount of sediment that your maintenance and operations funds will be expended on cleaning up every time it rains.
The rabbit hole, discharge point from Bryant St. Drain Stage 1
After only 3/4 of an inch of rain had fallen overnight.
Sedco-Bryant Street Storm Drain which begins in the hills west of the park.
Sedco Bryant St. Drainage from hills west of Grand Ave. after 3/4 of an inch of rain.
Unnamed Storm Drain that directs flow from Palomar Street east of the park
Unnamed channel from Palomar after 3/4 of an inch of rain.
Water accumulated before the bridge to the school.
After the bridge, water forced over due to accumulation of debris.
This area cleaned up by crew after several days of work, extends from bridge to 150 ft downstream.
Looking over the area previously cleared of debris and sediment. For what?