Abu Dhabi

In tune with Abu Dhabi's cultural progression, and to uphold principles and standards of sustainability, the Municipality of Abu Dhabi City, via the City Municipality Center, has accomplished the beautification and development of an underdeveloped area along the periphery of Khalifa Bin Shakhbout Street on Abu Dhabi Island, adjacent to Al Dhabi Private School and across Hamdan Bin Zayed School.
This commercial district experienced the planting of nearly 19,500 flowering trees and ornamental plants with congruent shapes and colors, the addition of soil covers, seasonal flowers, and a variety of ornamental shrubs, including 16,500 portulaca flowers in shades of orange, yellow, and violet, 2,800 Finca type seasonal blossoms, in conjunction with the planting of 164 red and white bougainvillea trees, and 27 blooming acacia trees.
These efforts reflect Abu Dhabi City Municipality's commitment to enhancing the visual appeal of primary streets and underdeveloped areas within Abu Dhabi Island, supporting initiatives that improve living standards, and creating visually pleasing vistas on main roads and residential areas, invigorating residents and visitors with positive energy.
Abu Dhabi City Municipality affirms its ongoing dedication to reinforcing the infrastructure system, carrying out beautification and development works in all regions within its jurisdiction via its sub-centers. The focus is on augmenting natural beautification, expanding green spaces, increasing the quantity of flowering and fruit trees across various zones, public facilities, primary and secondary streets, as well as planting millions of seasonal summer and winter flowers, and maintaining the refined aesthetic and clean, healthy environment Abu Dhabi is renowned for.

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