Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

Homeowners causing damage to common areas

Posted on: February 20th, 2023

This article is a reminder about damage being done to common area landscaping and we are looking for everyone’s help to avoid future problems. All homeowners are reminded not to remove or trim any common area landscaping. The costs to remove, repair any damage done to common area trees, shrubs or other plants will be […]

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Annual Tree Trimming Schedule and Holiday Decorations

Posted on: January 26th, 2023

The annual tree trimming work by BrightView Tree Trimming is currently scheduled from Wednesday, February 1st to Tuesday, February 28th. They will be starting on the north end of the property and working their way south.  Quail Ridge will be the first area to be trimmed followed by 37 Ranch Road, Quail Hollow (Lauren Court), Devonshire, […]

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Common Area Parkway Trees – Leaves, needles, fruit and berries

Posted on: January 4th, 2023

The community has over 1700 trees that are spread across 29 acres of common area representing 33 different species. Nearly all of these trees by their very nature shed leaves, needles and berries as part of their growth process. In doing so they can cause unwanted problems. These problems have been ones that the community […]

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Landscaping and Infrastructure Projects Underway

Posted on: December 1st, 2022

There are several major landscaping and infrastructure projects underway that are intended to maintain and enhance common areas and property lines. Below is a short summary of those: The wooden fences behind the houses in the 1000 block of Alexandra Lane and the houses between 1715 and 1745 on Dylan Way are being completed removed […]

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Significant Accomplishments for Encinitas Ranch in 2022

Posted on: November 21st, 2022

In 2022 the community has developed and implemented many significant projects which are summarized below. All of this was accomplished with the help of dedicated board and committee members as well as with the outstanding support provided by Curtis Management. General Maintained our assessment fee accounts that are more than three months delinquent to less […]

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Tips to maintain green landscaping and water conservation rebates

Posted on: September 7th, 2022

In Southern California, water restrictions are in place to help conserve water. As a reminder, homeowners are only allowed to water their landscaping three times a week for a maximum of ten minutes per watering. Limit landscape irrigation to 3 assigned days per week Odd-numbered addresses can irrigate on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays Even-numbered addresses […]

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