Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

Encinitas Ranch Environmental Focus

Posted on: June 14th, 2021

Several weeks ago an article was written in The Coast News about a beehive found on private HOA property that was that was mistakenly destroyed rather than being moved. The article failed to tell the complete story and the community feels compelled to respond about the importance of the environment and climate change to our […]

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View Impairment

Posted on: May 20th, 2021

As input to the May board meeting five owners sent the board letters about the proposed idea to withdraw or rescind Appendix I (View Impairment) of the Architectural Standards. Also, two owners attended the board meeting to comment on this matter. Appendix I was originally adopted in 2015 to allow for owners to comment on […]

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May Landscaping Enhancements Update

Posted on: May 3rd, 2021

In the past few weeks our Landscaping Committee has overseen a number of significant enhancement projects across the community that they wanted to share with the membership: The slopes on both the left and right sides of the entry to Quail Ridge were cleared of all weeds and replanted with a wide variety of groundcover […]

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EDCO Trash Can Pickup

Posted on: March 25th, 2021

As the trees in the community mature and grow we are seeing increased incidents of large branches of parkway trees being torn off or damaged. This requires our landscaper BrightView to spend time and money cleaning up the debris and trimming the broken branches. The answer to the problem is not just to have our […]

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Spring Landscaping Tips

Posted on: March 24th, 2021

Below is an article written by BrightView that provides some great suggestions on avoiding problems with animals digging up your yard hunting for grubs along with advice on aerating your lawn to improve the health of the grass and keep it looking green.      

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Advice on how to prune mature trees

Posted on: March 23rd, 2021

Spring is typically the time of year for the community and homeowners to trim trees. We though it would be very helpful to provide some guidelines on tree trimming for the trees in your yard. These are the same guidelines that BrightView and our arborist follow in taking care of the 1,700 trees in the […]

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