City of Lynnwood Operations Center – Grounds Improvements

The City of Lynnwood contracted us to clean up and improve the look of the entry and border beds at their Maintenance and Operations Center. The project included clearing brush, pruning established trees and shrubs, and installing 45 yards of new bark to keep down weeds, reduce moisture evaporation and prevent run-off from heavy rain.

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Pacific Topsoils power blows bark in for entry beds

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Lynnwood Operations Center entry beds, completed project


We partnered with Pacific Topsoils to have most of the bark power blown in, and my crew hand spread the rest. The City was pleased with the results and we look forward to working with them again on future projects.






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