Organo Lawn Application – May 2nd

HUNTLEY CREEK CONDO HOMEOWNERS/TENANTS

Please be advised that the first treatment of the season is currently scheduled for Wednesday May 2nd.  Organo-Lawn will be applying the One Earth Weed & Feed with Iron.  If there is debris on or near the lawn like potted plants, gardening tools, dog toys, etc., please clean these up before their arrival.  Be sure to remember to keep your pets inside on the day of the application. The product contains molasses and is sticky so it is highly recommended that you and pets stay off of the lawn for 12 hours after the application. This will allow for the product to dry completely.

Notes on this service:

  • This application is rain proof within 10-30 minutes after the application
  • One Earth Weed Control gets a 80-90%+ control rate on dandelions.
  • This product is 100% organic and is not toxic to people or pets
  • Remove debris from lawn
  • The weeds will turn black when they are dying
  • You do not need to be home for this service

One Earth Weed Control is a 100% organic post emergent selective weed control and fertilizer.  In laymen terms this means it is 100% organic and will kill weeds in the lawn without killing the grass. Please visit http://www.organolawn.com/~organolg/weed-control/one-earth-weed-control/ to learn more about One Earth Weed and Feed with Iron.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!!

Reminder to Water the Trees!

WINTER WATERING …

As we continue to experience warm, dry temperatures, winter watering in Colorado is necessary.  Keeping the new trees alive is imperative and required to continue with the Tree Share Program offered through the Town.  Winter watering is recommended to prevent root damage of the lawns and perennials.  Be sure to only water when the soil and air temperatures are above 40°F.  Water in the morning hours so the water has enough time to saturate before the evening hours when the temperatures drop. **If you are not able to assist by watering the tree near your unit, contact a neighbor or Foster Management so alternate plans can be made.

Snow Expected

Weekend Snow -

Weather reports indicate that snow accumulation and low temperatures are expected this weekend.  Snow removal crews will be onsite if accumulation reaches the minimum trigger depth for your community.   Be cautious when out and about walking pets or simply enjoying the Colorado weather as conditions may be hazardous.

Winter Watering!!!

WINTER WATERING …

As we continue to experience warm, dry temperatures, winter watering in Colorado is necessary.  Keeping the new trees alive is imperative and required to continue with the Tree Share Program offered through the Town.  Winter watering is recommended to prevent root damage of the lawns and perennials.  Be sure to only water when the soil and air temperatures are above 40°F.  Water in the morning hours so the water has enough time to saturate before the evening hours when the temperatures drop. **If you are not able to assist by watering the tree near your unit, contact a neighbor or Foster Management so alternate plans can be made.

 

Tree Removal Scheduled ~ 12/01/2017

During a walk through with an arborist, it was determined that a few of the Aspen Trees within the community are no longer viable and should be removed. The Board has contracted with Left Hand Tree & Landscape to complete the work.  The removal has been scheduled for Friday, December 1st at 9AM. Homeowners directly affected will be receiving a notice in the mail shortly and are asked to remove vehicles from driveways.

Should you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Foster Management Directly.

Annual Homeowners Meeting Reminder

Your Annual Homeowners Meeting is scheduled for November 28th and will be held at the Erie Community Center—450 Powers St. If you are NOT able to attend this very important meeting for your community, please complete the PROXY and return it to Foster Management no later than November 27th – Email, FAX or Mail.