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Our team of knowledgeable staff will help you at every step of the order and delivery of your sod.

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Chula Vista Sod Care Recommendations

Chula Vista, CA - July 9, 2024

Popular Sod Types in Chula Vista

#1 ELite Plus
#2 Marathon
#3 St. Augustine
#4 Celebration
#5 TifTuf


Chula Vista Climate Facts

Annual Avg. Precipitation 11 in.
Days That Are Sunny 261 days
Rainy Days 37 days
Summer Temp. High 78 degrees
Winter Temp. Low 47 degrees

Recent Customer Reviews

sod unrolling

Used them for a recent project at our home. On time delivery, quality product, good price. What else do you need to know?

Michael Altman, Los Angeles, Google

sod rolls

Easy ordering, reasonable pricing and delivery arrived when promised. And my new lawn looks great!

Peter Tolan, Los Angeles, Google


Kym and Kelly are very helpful and friendly. Great customer service and I love how my sod looks!

Thi Nguyen, Los Angeles, Google

The Lawn of Your Dreams in Chula Vista

Chula Vista means beautiful view, and the city offers breathtaking views of the mountains and the coast, but the city offers much more than a beautiful view. 

Chula Vista is the Lemon Capital of the World. The city has hosted the annual Chula Vista Lemon Festival for more than two decades. It's a fun community event that features hundreds of booths, live entertainment, crafts, a kids' fun zone, food, sour contests, a craft beer garden, and lemon favorites like lemon ice cream and lemon meringue pie. Those who come out for the festival can try their hand at lemon peeling or take part in the lemon pie-eating contest. 

There are lots of things outdoor enthusiasts can do at the parks in the area, such as take a stroll at Rice Canyon Trail, take in the picturesque views at Mountain Hawk Park, or watch the sun sink over the water at Marina View Park.

There are many opportunities for arts and culture, and community events in Chula Vista. The only live theater in the South Bay area, OnStage Playhouse, is located in the city, and the North Island Credit Union Amphitheater hosts music concerts. 

Chula Vista is home to one of the country's few year-round Olympic training centers, and it offers training in rowing, kayaking, archery, soccer, tennis, cycling, softball, and track and field activities. 

While there are no professional sports teams in Chula Vista, the city has had some good fortune in its Little League community. Parkview Little League won the 2009 Little League World Series in 2009, and Eastlake Little League won the American Championship at the 2013 Little League World Series in 2013. 

Tourism provides a huge economic boost for the city, with a large variety of dining and shopping options, as well as attractions geared toward enjoying the area's natural environment, such as sport fishing, whale watching, and the Nature Center, which features exhibits of waterbirds, sharks, rays, and flora. 

Major employers in the city include Sweetwater Union High School District, Chula Vista Elementary School District, United Technologies, Collins Aerospace, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, Southwestern College, and Walmart. 

Originally home to the indigenous Kumeyaay people, Chula Vista was later claimed by the Spanish, and it became part of the Mexican Empire in 1821 before California became a state in 1850. The city was incorporated in 1911 and has continued to grow since then. As of the 2010 Census, Chula Vista had a culturally diverse population of 243,916 people. 

With a semi-arid climate, Chula Vista has a low amount of rainfall and mild weather year-round. The city experiences the most rainfall in the month of February and the least rainfall in August.


Neighborhoods we Service in Chula Vista, CA


  • Eastlake
  • Rancho del Rey
  • Eastlake Greens
  • Castle Park
  • Terra Nova
  • Sunny Vista
  • Harbor Side
  • Otay
  • Parkview Estates
  • Rolling Hills Ranch
  • Sunbow
  • Salt Creek
  • Most everywhere else...

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