Work at the monuments continues with the addition of colorful flowers to create an attractive entrance.
Landscape enhancements are underway at the community’s main entrance areas, Rosetta Canyon Drive and Riverside Street. Declining landscape is being removed and replaced with new plant material that will enhance the look of these focal areas by adding color and dimension. Much of this work is being funded by an upfront planting credit negotiated by the Board of Directors with the new landscape maintenance contractor at the time of contract signing.
The negotiated contract between the association and Environmental Concepts calls for the addition of mulch to association maintained areas at no additional cost to the association. Mulch is used to retain soil moisture, regulate soil temperature, suppress weed growth, and for aesthetics by covering bare dirt while plants establish.