Las Colinas Common Property
Common Property Department
Manicured landscapes and vibrant flowers are hallmarks of Las Colinas. The Association’s Common Property Department provides for the installation and maintenance of more than 190 acres of parks, street medians, greenbelts and common areas in Las Colinas. The Association also maintains thousands of trees and color beds which hold over 150,000 units of color throughout the development.
Efforts to ensure attractive and clean surroundings also include the Association’s litter removal program. Three staff members patrol more than 100 miles of street right-of-ways and common areas in Las Colinas five days per week.
Field Mowing Program
This department also administers a development-wide mowing program of unimproved deed-restricted properties to ensure these properties are mowed a minimum of eight times each growing season. The result is a uniform appearance throughout the development.
Las Colinas is home to various pristine parks perfect for families to spend beautiful Texas afternoons. Provided in each park are Pet Pickup stations which include bags for disposal while walking your furry friends.
E.O. Perry Flower Clock
This heavily photographed showpiece is flanked by 12 mature live oak trees and consists of over 900 manicured dwarf hollies and more than 4,000 units of color which are rotated four times per year.
Located at the intersection of Highway 114 and North O’Connor Boulevard, a half-moon color bed houses the American Flag, the Texas State Flag and the flags for the City of Irving and Las Colinas.
Located on the westbound side of Highway 114 at Riverside Drive, the park is home to the Carpenter Monument which honors Ben H. Carpenter — the visionary founder of Las Colinas. The larger-than-life sculpture was created by wildlife artist Robert Glen who also sculpted the Mustangs of Las Colinas, the largest equestrian sculpture in the world. The park features live oak trees planted in dedication to former members of the Association’s Board of Directors and marble statues of cattle which were donated by the Trammell Crow Company in 1999.
University Hills Parks
Rochelle, Old Rochelle, Flag Pole Hill, Rosita and Wingren Parks can all be found in University Hills. In addition to several flags, Flag Pole Hill is enriched with impressive statues named Autumn, Origin, Twist of Fate, Catching a Wave, and New Beginnings. Each sculpture is as unique as the artists that created them.
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