Alameda Corridor Landscape Maintenance
The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District (ACBID), together with the Lakewood Reinvestment Authority, have completed the Alameda Corridor Streetscape project. This project that began in 2018, was designed to improve and rehabilitate the Alameda main street corridor, to promote beautification and economic growth along the corridor. The project includes widening portions of Alameda Avenue, adding sidewalks (including Teller Street), landscaped medians and place-making elements; installing trees and aesthetic features such as flagstone accents; and making other improvements.
ACBID, as manager of portions of the Alameda Streetscape project, strives to maintain the upkeep and beautification of the streetscape design and landscaping. To continue ACBID’s efforts in safeguarding the enhancements to the Alameda Corridor the residents of Lakewood are encouraged to report problems or issues. To help with these efforts please review the map below and follow the next steps.
• For ACBID areas identified in Yellow click here to file a complaint.
• For areas identified in Blue click here to file a complaint.
• For areas identified in Green click here to file a complaint.
• For areas identified in Orange – These areas are privately owned and maintained. For issues/complaints regarding the area in Orange, click here to file a complaint.
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