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~ Neighborhood News ~
Lawn Watering Twice Weekly
Posted on Aug 1st, 2017
Effective August 1, SWFMD updated restrictions so that lawn watering may now be done twice a week based on your address. All watering must take place before 8:00am or after 6:00 pm, and only once on your designated day. If your address ends in: 
0, 1, 2, or 3: Mondays and Thursdays
4, 5, or 6: Tuesdays and Fridays
7, 8, or 9: Wednesdays and Saturdays
 
Need Help With Lawn?
Posted on Aug 1st, 2017
A Master Gardener can assist you with lawn and landscape problems by calling their help desk Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, at (813) 744-5519, or by email at hillsmg@ad.ufl.edu. You can also take insect, plant, or soil samples for identification and solutions to your landscape problems. Learn more by visiting their website at http://hillsborough.ifas.ufl.edu/residential_lg/index.shtml
 
Lock Your Vehicles and Secure Valuables
Posted on Jul 25th, 2017
Safety reminder: crime occurs every day, but we often see an increase in the summer months. Recently, at least a half-dozen homeowners who left their vehicles unlocked found them rifled through and loose change was stolen. It's easy to be distracted when you arrive home, so be aware that thieves do check for unlocked vehicles. Also, a bike was stolen from an open garage while no one was outside watching, and another bike was left in its place. Open garages invite opportunity, so remember to secure your vehicles, your property, and your homes at all times. It literally takes less than a minute to steal something of value left unattended. 
 
Texas Phoenix Palm Decline
Posted on May 31st, 2017
As of June 2016, palm species known to be most severely affected by Texas Phoenix Palm Decline, TPPD, were Phoenix canariensis (Canary Island date palm),Phoenix dactylifera (edible date palm), Phoenix sylvestris (wild date palm) and Sabal palmetto (cabbage palm). TPDD is spread by an insect and is extremely aggressive. If your palm is affected, you must remove it immediately to prevent the spread. Click here to read more: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pp163
 
 
~ Upcoming Events ~
Annual Budget Meeting
Thursday, October 19th
The Annual Budget Meeting is schedule for Thursday, October 19, at the Bloomingdale Library in Valrico. All homeowners are welcome to attend. 
(Meeting date and location subject to change with notice.)
 


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