What’s New 2015/2016
- Introducing Sixty Four North
Healthy and modern, featuring an eclectic mix of California Cuisine, fresh local vegetables and our chef’s versions of your favorite International dishes. Full Service Dining.
- New front and back patios at 64 Degrees, featuring fireplace and herb wall
- Refreshed menus at Roots, The Bistro, and Food Trucks
- Goody’s open for breakfast! Machaca, Bacon, Soyrizo, and Sausage Breakfast Burritos
- Expanded outdoor seating and new furniture at Goody's
- Enclosed / Indoor dining at Foodworx
- Reserve Food Trucks online for your special event
- EXCLUSIVE! New Triton Blend coffee
- Updated layouts and merchandising at all DS Markets
- Oceanview Terrace temporarily closed for remodeling—reopen Fall 2016
Eleanor Roosevelt College – new flooring, windows, mattresses, bathroom sinks and counters, furniture, lighting, paint and more.
Sixth College – New windows in ResHalls and canyon Apartments; signage and landscape improvements
Revelle – Refreshed interior courtyard and exterior landscape improvements at Argo
Mesa Graduate Housing – new children’s play area; new resident garden sites
Warren College – Douglas Apartments Bridges replacement
All Colleges – new bike racks throughout and bike repair stations
What we’ve done
HDH has installed 6370 watermiser flo restrictors saving approximately 23 million gallons/year (18% savings in usage)
Eliminated 3.04 acres of turf at Mesa saving approximately 569,000 gallons/year
Eliminated 4.01 acres of turf at 6th & Marshall Colleges & Coast Apts resulting in 750,555 gallons/year savings
Installed 27 water meters to help provide accurate & easily accessible usage data
No Salt No Waste water softeners at Canyon Vista are saving 26,280 gallons/year
Installed water conservation statics on mirrors in all HDH facilities
Included water conservation education in all our student presentations as of January 2015
What we’re doing
EcoGum removal- environmentally friendly steam and detergent removes gum
Working with Grounds & Landscape services to remove unnecessary turf, switch out sprinkler heads to MP rotator heads resulting in a 30% savings—800 heads switched so far—and plant water wise plants
Implementing a dashboard through Metasys to track water and energy usage and putting RF adapters on meters so that the meter readings are automatic
Reclaimed water being used for irrigation in One Miramar Street and The Village
Dining has stopped the practice of thawing in water.
High pressure spray cleaners for the blenders in Markets.
Exterior hose bibs are being capped and restricted.
What we’re going to do
Retrofit public restrooms that have faucets with user controlled handles to metered portioning.
Meters on community gardens to track usage. Investigating use of Rainbarrels at community gardens
Integrate reclaimed water into irrigation in more areas
Continue & expand water meters and RF project to continue to improve monitoring of actual usage
Water & energy usage dashboards in public areas so residents can see what they are using in real time