Trees in the Common Area
The District maintains trees in the common areas, including irrigation. 238 replacement trees were planted in the common areas in the spring of 2021, all with a lifetime warranty from our landscape provider. If a new tree needs warranty replacement, it will be done the following year, after a walk-through inspection. There is not a request process for placing or replacing a tree in a specific location in the common area. Any promises or assurances about a specific tree that may have been made by prior management companies are not valid, as the landscaping decisions are made on an annual basis, according to budget and direction from the Board of Directors. There is a framework in place to determine replacement tree planting locations according to priority. To express your concern about a specific tree location, please join the next Common Area Committee meeting.
The District has an Adopt-a-Tree program in place every spring season to allow homeowners to sponsor the placement of a new common area tree.