Park Services Zones and Service LevelsZonesThe Park Services is divided geographically into four zones.Zone 1 – East Oakland/San Leandro Border to 35th Ave including Arroyo Viejo ParkZone 2 – Central Oakland – 35th Ave to 14th Ave, including Joaquin Miller ParkZone 3 – Lake Merritt area including Morcom Rose GardenZone 4 – West/North Oakland bordering Emeryville and Berkeley including Raimondi AthleticField and DeFremery ParkThe location list shows the service level of each landscaped area in each zone. There are threelevels which determine frequency of service. High use parks and sports fields receive ServiceLevel 1. The list is separated into Parks/Facility Landscapes and Medians.Service Level 1- These areas receive a high level of frequent, regular routine maintenance.Parks are inspected for normal maintenance needs, trash receptacles are emptied and litter isremoved two to three days per week. Plants are maintained frequently so they are kept healthy,well-manicured and do not block walkways or signs. Flower beds are weeded continually tominimize weeds. Shrubs are pruned on an annual basis to prevent overgrowth. Athletic Fieldsare mowed at maximum recommended height at least once a week during the playing/growingseason. Other turf is mowed on a three week schedule. Walkways, borders, fences and otherareas are trimmed at least once a month during the growing season. Fields are fertilized twice ayear to ensure adequate health and growth. Irrigation systems are tested on a regular basis forEBMUD and State water mandate drought compliance.Service Level 2- These areas receive a moderate level of routine maintenance with regularmonitoring, and adjustments are made to keep the area “appealing”. Litter is removed one totwo times per week. Plants are maintained less frequently than the Level 1 service, but are stillkept healthy and manicured. Shrubs are pruned on a 3 year cycle. Turf is mowed to a maximumrecommended height at least once every three weeks during the growing season. Walkways,borders, fences and other areas are trimmed at least two times per year. Fields are fertilized atleast once per year.Service Level 3- These areas receive little to no routine maintenance. Litter, glass and debriswill be removed from the grounds in response to a service request registered through theOPW Call Center. Turf is mowed at least once every 4 weeks. Irrigation system is repaired andprioritized based on severity of the potential for landscape damage or water loss.Updated 10/27/2016
SERVICE LEVEL LOCATIONSZONESZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2PARKS / FACILITY LANDSCAPESArroyo Viejo ParkBrookfield ParkBurchalter ParkCarter Gilmore ParkColumbian GardenColumbian Garden AnnexColumbian GardensConcordia ParkDolphin Mini ParkDunsmuir Estates ParkElmhurst LibraryElmhurst Plaza Tennis CourtsEula Brunson Mini Park (88th St. Mini Park)Fremont PoolHead startHellman ParkHolly Mini ParkLion Creek ParkMelrose LibraryMLK LibraryMSC 7101 EdgewaterOakport FieldOfficer Willie Wilkins ParkOtis SpunkmeyerPeralta Oaks ParkRainbow ParkSenior CenterSheffield ParkSobranteStonehurst ParkTassafaronga ParkTyrone Carney (as-needed)Verdese Carter ParkAllendale Rec CenterAloha PlazaAnimal Control ShelterAvenue Terrace ParkBeacons FieldBella Vista ParkBrookdale Rec CenterSERVICE LEVELS1111331132223222321221212121121321322221
ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2Butters Land TrustCaldecott ParkCentral Reservoir ParkCesar Chavez Ext.Cesar Chavez ParkChabot ParkChannel ParkClinton Square ParkCourtland Creek ParkCurt Flood FieldDimond CanyonDimond LibraryDimond Rec CenterDiscovery CenterEstuary ParkF.M.Smith Rec CenterFranklin Rec CenterFruitvale Bridge PlazaFruitvale Parking LotGarber ParkGarfield ParkGateway GardensGrizzly PeakJoaquin Miller Community CenterJoaquin Miller ParkJosie De La Cruz Rec CenterLazear BallfieldLazear Mini ParkLeona HeightsLeona LodgeLions PoolLive Oak PoolLookout PointManzanita Rec CenterMarjorie Saunders-Sulphur SpringsMaxwell ParkMcCrea ParkMontclair LibraryMontclair Rec CenterNicol Mini ParkOwen Jones FieldPanoramic HillPeralta Hacienda Park3122212221221221133323311122222231322212131
ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4Redwood CreekRedwood Heights Rec CenterSan Antonio ParkSequoia LodgeShepherd Canyon Open SpaceShepherd Canyon ParkUnion Point Cryer AnnexUnion Point ParkVantage Point ParkWaterfront Alameda TrailWayne Place Parking LotWilliams Wood ParkAfrican American Library & MuseumAstro Park/Lakeview LibraryAthol PlazaBishop PlazaChinese GardenCleveland CascadesCollins PlazaDavies Tennis StadiumFrank Ogawa PlazaFranklin FountainJefferson SquareLafayette ParkLakeside ParkLincoln SquareMadison SquareMain LibraryMandana ParkMorcom Rose GardenPeralta Park/ HJ KaiserPine Knoll ParkSnow ParkSplash PadVeterans BuildingAyala ParkBay Pointe Park/Myrtle MoundsBertha Port ParkBushrod ParkChestnut St. Cul-de-sacColby ParkCypress Memorial ParkDeFremery Park3112312223321122222312221111212221222213221
ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4DeFremery PoolDover ParkDriver PlazaDurant Mini ParkFROG ParkFrontage RoadGlen Echo ParkGolden Gate Lib. RMGolden Gate Recreation CenterGrove Shafter 1,2,3Hardy ParkHelen MacGregor PlazaLinden ParkLowell ParkMarston CampbellMcClymonds Mini ParkMosswood ParkNorth Oakland Senior CenterOak Glen Park/Richmond BlvdOak ParkPoplar Park/Rec. CenterRaimondi ParkRedondo ParkRockridge LibraryRockridge ParkSouth Prescott ParkSt. Andrews PlazaStudio OneTemescal LibraryTemescal PoolUnion Plaza/FitzgeraldWade Johnson ParkWest Oakland LibraryWest Oakland Senior CenterWest Oakland Teen CenterWillow Mini ParkWood St. Pocket ParkZONESZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1MEDIANS73rd Ave Median (MacArthur to 73rd)90th Ave. Median98th Ave Median (580 to Airport)Airport Medians (Hegenberger to VICE LEVELS3323
ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 1ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2Baldwin MediansBancroft Medians (67th to 82th Ave)Bancroft Medians (83rd to 105th Ave)BART San Leandro (66th to 92nd Ave)BART San Leandro (92nd- border)Durant MedianElysian Fields MedianFontaine MedianFoothill/Dutton MedianGolf links Rd. MedianHamilton St MediansHawley Medians (East & West)Hegenberger Median (Doolittle- Baldwin)Intercity Rail Parking LotInternational Medians (72nd to 85th)International Medians (85th- 105th Ave)Keller Ave. MedianMac Arthur Blvd. MedianSan Leandro Blvd. (High St. to 66th Ave.)14th Ave Median16th Ave Median23 Ave Overpass/880 (center and Both sides)23rdAve/ Calcot Place29th Ave/ East 9th-East 10th St.3200 Joaquin Miller/ Robinson Dr.35th Ave Median9th Ave- 14th AveBeaumont Ave/ East 38th StBrooklyn plaza MedianChampion and MacArthurCourtland/ 42nd AveEast 33rd St/ Eliot St.East12th St./ 19th Ave- Fruitvale AveHigh St./ Alameda Ave.High St./ Masterson-Tompkins MedianHigh St./ ReddingHighland Ave Median E25th St.Joaquin Miller Rd.Kennedy St. MedianMcKinley/ Kenwyn MedianMLK Jr. Way (52nd St.- 63rd St.Moraga/ MountainNewton Ave/ Athol Ave3333333333332332333333332333332333333323333
ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 2ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 3ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4ZONE 4Park BLVD/ 580 Freeway- Estates DrRedwood Rd/ Skyline- Hwy 13San Leandro BLVD (82nd Ave- 105th Ave)Valdez St.18th St. Parking LotBay St. MediansBayo Vista MedianFranklin Parking PlazaHarrison MedianHarrison St Median (20th to MacArthur)Lake Park MediansLakeshore Plaza MedianSan Pablo MedianSanta Clara and Jean MedianTelegraph Ave. Plaza MedianWest Grand MedianAileen St. MedianBayo Vista Medians (2)Brandon St. MedianBroadway MedianBrush St. Median (12th & Brush)Center/12th St. MedianCollege/Miles Med.Pleasant Valley MedianRacine Point MedianRidgeway Ave. MedianRockridge/Broadway MedianStanford MedianW. MacArthur MedianWest St. Medians233333232221233233333333332333
Elmhurst Plaza Tennis Courts . 2. ZONE 1. Eula Brunson Mini Park (88th St. Mini Park) 3 ZONE 1. Fremont Pool. 2 ZONE 1. Head start . 2 ZONE 1. Hellman Park . 2 ZONE 1. Holly Mini Park . 3 ZONE 1. Lion Creek Park. 2. ZONE 1. Melrose Library. 1. ZONE 1. MLK Library . 2 ZONE 1. MSC 7101 Edg
The VISTA-15/VISTA-15CN is a security system control that supports up to 32 zones, including six basic hardwired zones (1 through 6) and a maximum of 26 expansion zones. These expansion zones may include up to eight hardwired zones, or up to 26 wireless zones if hardwired zones are not used. Three separate keypad-activated zones are also provided.
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