References for the Garden Walkers
- City of Fremont Definition and Characteristics of Historic or “Landmark” Trees
- City of Fremont Tree Policy Guidelines
- City of Fremont Tree Preservation Ordinance
- City of Fremont Mission San Jose Historic Overlay Design and Regulations
- City of Fremont Landscape Development Requirements and Policies
- Bay Friendly Landscape Guidelines
Baseline Appendix E - Maintenance and Replacement Plan - Excerpts
I. TREE AND LANDSCAPE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
B. The Board shall act as a decision-making group to guide the protection, maintenance, removal, and planting of trees, gardens, and other landscape elements. They will utilize the services of a landscape professional and arborist to inform their decision-making regarding tree health, removal and replacement, and consult the Garden Conservancy as needed on matters relating to historic landscape preservation. All such activities shall be consistent with the Conservation Easement.
C. This document sets policies for the protection, maintenance, restoration, and modification of all landscape elements and will be periodically updated and reviewed.
VIII. GUIDELINES FOR LANDSCAPE ADDITIONS OR MODIFICATIONS
B. All projects shall comply with the Conservation Easement, the City’s landscape development requirements and policies, and the Mission San Jose Historic Overlay Design and Regulations.
X. SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROADS & PATHS
All roadways and/or pedestrian pathways will be landscaped with trees and drought tolerant vegetation.
XI. PROHIBITED PRACTICES
A. GAP will adhere to the sustainable landscape management practices found in the City’s landscape development requirements and policies, Bay Friendly Landscape Guidelines, and the California Invasive Plant Council, all in a manner consistent with the Conservation Easement.
- Garden Zone Map (below)
Garden Zone Map - Appendix A?