Maintenance and Operations

The District takes pride in the maintenance of its facilities and grounds. We are constantly striving to not only maintain existing community assets but to add new amenities through our Capital Improvement Program. Projects have included the installation of a new HVAC system in the Rush Park Auditorium and interior improvements, the interior remodel of the Rossmoor Park Community Center and addition of a new wooden canopy and many others.

Infrastructure FAQs

Maintenance Schedule

Frequency Tasks


Office Cleaning Facility & Restroom Maintenance Grounds


Wednesday Lawnmowing---All Parks
(Please keep noise in mind when making reservations) 


Irrigation Maintenance, Landscaping and Trimming 


Reseeding--All Parks
Pest Spraying--All Parks  


Conservation Efforts

The District is always searching for new ways to contribute to the conservation efforts of our community. Our designation as a Tree City USA is entering its third year. Rush Park is the headquarters for the monthly paper drive, held by the Rossmoor Homeowners Association. We've installed smart timers on our irrigation system to aid with water conservation and our maintenance department is active in recycling whenever possible. Our office practices have also changed with the times. We offer most of our public records on our website in electronic format, our quarterly newsletter is also made available in electronic format for subscribers, and email correspondence is our communication mode of choice. Residents can access facility applications and forms from our website as well. Please let us know if you have any other suggestions on how we can conserve energy and resources and be more environmentally friendly.

CSD Office

Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
(Closed weekends and holidays)

Rossmoor Community Services District is located in the Community of Rossmoor in Orange County, California. Approximately 10,500 residents make their home in this unincorporated bedroom community located behind a signature brick wall situated between the cities of Seal Beach and Los Alamitos. The Special District of Rossmoor is governed by a five member Board of Directors, who are elected by the residents of Rossmoor and operates under the supervision of a General Manager. Rossmoor is known for its splendid urban forest, beautiful homes and strong family values.