Happy 2017! For 6 years now, Rossmoor has had the honor of being designated as Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. In celebration of Arbor Day, which in California is March 7-14, I would love to hear from residents about their favorite trees in Rossmoor.
Happy New Year! Another fabulous year is behind us. I am so proud of everything the RCSD accomplished in 2016. Our 2nd Annual Rossmoor Winter Festival was a huge success, attracting over two thousand people. We are signing up sponsors for the “Let it Snow Challenge!” in order to bring an even more authentic winter experience to our North OC Community. District Capital Improvements included installation of the new Rush Park Canopy (p. 4), LED Lighting Upgrades, and K ...
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The RCSD Board President presented the 2016 State of the District Address at the January 10, 2017 regular meeting of the Board. The State of the District Address can be read on our website at: www.rossmoor-csd.org. The RCSD Board of Directors also held its annual election of officers. Election results can also be found on our website. RCSD Board meetings are televised on LATV-3 and are also available for viewing 24/7 on our website.
The Rossmoor Community Services District Board of Directors appointed Mark Nitikman to fill the vacancy on the Board resulting from the resignation of Dave Burgess at their regular monthly meeting held on Tuesday, October 11, 2016.
On behalf of the entire RCSD Board of Directors and Staff, I would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all of those involved in the effort to challenge and ultimately prevail in their efforts to prevent the construction of a 30,000 sq. ft. LA Fitness Center in the Shops at Rossmoor Shopping Center in Seal Beach.
According to the Orange County Fire Authority website, drowning is a preventable tragedy; however, it is the leading cause of accidental injury and death in children under the age of ﬁve and the second leading cause of death in children under the age of 14. View Website.
In times of drought, our city’s trees need our help. When we cut down on watering our landscapes, our trees suffer especially those that grew dependent on lawn watering. A tree may look healthy, but without adequate water it becomes stressed and may die. Look around your neighborhood. Stressed trees are everywhere: dry and sparse leaf coverage, dead and dying branches. When it comes to sharing our water, trees should be our priority! View Brochure.