Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

Spring 2020 Landscaping Update

Posted on: May 20th, 2020

The Landscaping Committee has done an outstanding job of maintaining and enhancing the landscaping in the common areas and slopes across the community. The board is getting many compliments from homeowners and even realtors about the quality and overall attractiveness of the community. There are always areas for improvement and as input is received from […]

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Landscaping maintenance obligations for individual homes

Posted on: May 11th, 2020

A big part of what attracts prospective buyers and existing homeowners in Encinitas Ranch is the maintenance of the common areas and each of the homes in the community. We all need to do our part in this respect. The community maintains all of the common areas including the infrastructure. Homeowners have do to their […]

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Tree Trimming Update

Posted on: February 28th, 2020

At BrightView their pruning objectives, community wide, are primarily focused on health and safety. They follow ISA and ANSI pruning standards with a combination of approved pruning practices depending on the species, and location. Structure pruning is focused on strong structure that coincides with the trees natural shape and growth patterns. Crown cleaning cleans out any dead […]

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Common Maintenance Areas – Damage to plants and dumping of debris

Posted on: January 21st, 2020

The landscaping committee was recently made aware of significant damage to numerous plants on common area maintenance slopes in the south mesa behind Brae Mar Court. This included about fifty agave and furcraea plants which are each worth about $40 resulting in over $2000 of damage. It was obvious that the damage was done by […]

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Homeowner Landscaping Responsibilities

Posted on: October 21st, 2019

As a reminder every homeowner is responsible to have well maintained landscaping in the front and back yards as well as on the sides of their homes. This helps to keep the overall community attractive for existing and prospective homeowners. Most plants and trees grow very fast and we need to ensure that everyone is […]

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City Landscaping Enhancements to Paseo de las Flores

Posted on: August 1st, 2019

Many homeonwers may not be aware that the City of Encinitas owns and maintains all of Paseo de las Verdes and Paseo de las Flores up from Quail Gardens Drive to the intersection with Jensen Court. This includes not only the road itself but most of the landscaping as well. The community has lobbied and gained […]

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