Just a friendly reminder.
No dumping of any kind in greenbelts or on islands, it is illegal to dump and we spent a lot of money to clean them up.
Thank you to residents whom work to keep their driveways clear of debris, please do not blow it in the roadway and leave it
Please, if you have a storm drain by your house, keep it clear of debris.
We have completed the Green belt clean up. This was a long overdue project for our neighborhood. We hauled out 8 containers full of blackberry bushes, scotch boom, Ivy, downed limbs, and storm debris. We also dumped several trash bins full of cans, bottles, wooden siding, metal debris, carpet remnants, and general trash that found its way into the green belts over the years. The Ivy has been ringed at the base of every tree that needed it. Due to all this rain and work the trails will receive a much needed fresh top coat of wood chips to finish off the job as soon as the weather cooperates in the next few weeks. Mark and his crew at Landmark Landscape company did a great job, they were here every day on time, completed the job with in the budget we set and provided excellent customer service. Thank you for your patience over the last three weeks.
Island Tree removal on the 89th Avenue Cul De Sac will continue on Monday December 14. The City approved the work months ago, however, they did not issue a permit until December 4th. After removal of the trees another contractor will remove the stumps and haul away the debris on the islands. We have funds set aside to beautify the islands after this work is completed.
Thank you for your Patience.
This Friday is the annual tree lighting event. This is a great time to enjoy refreshments and meet your new neighbors. Mark your calendars, December 4, 2015 at 6:30pm in the parking area in front of the lake.