The Environmental and Urban Design Committee meets every 2nd Wednesday at the District offices [9610 Long Point, Suite 130] from 10:30 am-11:30 am.
The District is committed to making Spring Branch the beautiful district we know it can be. The Environmental and Urban Design initiative is responsible for the Spring Branch Management District branded monuments, street signs, and flag markers, esplanade plantings, and maintenance of the signs and esplanades should one of them become damaged or need repair.
Monarch Landscape Management currently provides landscaping and maintenance of esplanades adopted by the Spring Branch Management District. In addition to cutting esplanades and right of ways along a number of commercial roadways, Monarch also maintains irrigation systems in esplanades, helping to keep the Spring Branch area more attractive to current and potential businesses and the communities which surround them.
The District is also active in replacing damaged median tips across the district as well as redesigning and engineering tips to be more durable, keeping esplanades intact thereby increasing the life expectancy of the plants located within esplanades.
SMC Logistics provides for the Spring Branch Management District regular and routine removal of “Bandit Signs” (Those little homemade signs which adorn the intersections of so many other parts of the city) and general litter which clutters intersections and detracts from the aesthetic appearance of a well maintained neighborhood.