Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

Drought Restrictions and Irrigation Update

Posted on: July 21st, 2022

Drought Restrictions On March 28, 2022, following the driest first three months of a year in the state’s recorded history, Governor Gavin Newsom took steps to drive water conservation at the local level, calling on local water suppliers to take locally-appropriate actions that will conserve water across all sectors. As a result, San Dieguito Water […]

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Videos of Encinitas Ranch

Posted on: July 8th, 2022

In the past several months the community had two drone videos produced to help homeowners and potential buyers gain a better understand of the size of the community as well as the different  developments in Encinitas Ranch. Below are links to the videos which are posted on YouTube: Overview of the size of the community […]

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Reminder about Damage to Common Areas

Posted on: June 28th, 2022

Recently the community has seen an increase in damage being done to common area trees that are the responsibility of the community to maintain. This article is a reminder about this issue and we are looking for everyone’s help to avoid future problems. All homeowners are reminded not to remove or trim any common area […]

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Water Tank to provide additional recycled water

Posted on: June 26th, 2022

The city is taking off its books an unused potable water tank and turning it over to recycled water experts to lessen municipal dependency on imported water. The San Dieguito and Olivenhain Municipal water districts entered into an agreement on June 15 allowing the San Elijo Joint Powers Authority license and right of entry to the J.C […]

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Encinitas Residents asked to step up and conserve water

Posted on: June 26th, 2022

As California enters its third consecutive dry year, following the driest January to March period in the State of California’s recorded history, Governor Gavin Newsom and the State Water Resources Control Board took steps to drive water conservation at the local level. Local water suppliers have been called on to act and conserve water across […]

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Update on recent landscaping and infrastructure projects

Posted on: June 16th, 2022

In the past month a number of significant landscaping and infrastructure projects were completed across the community. Below is a short summary: Three of trailhead along Lynwood Drive were rebuilt with new decomposed granite (DG) and new wooden borders The rip rap swale on Lot 14 at the very south end of the community was […]

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