SOCIAL EVENT: Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday April 8th.
H5: 9:30 am & H3: 10:30 am
Donuts, coffee, and juice will be provided.
Egg drop off details (BY FRIDAY, 4/7 at 12 NOON)
Drop off 12 eggs in a bag (filled with wrapped candy/prizes that are age‐appropriate) with your child’s name and age to the house listed below. Your child will not get their exact eggs during the hunt but will be hunting in their age area for 12 eggs.
Hedgerow 1‐4 drop-off: Breslow (4231 Singing Post Ln - H3)
Hedgerow 5 drop-off: Fitch (1814 Hedge Sparrow Court)
Graduation Banner: Let's celebrate our graduating class of 2023 by recognizing them on our entrance banners! Graduating parents, please fill out this form by Monday April 24th. Sign-up form
Architectural Control Reminders: As spring arrives and more projects around the house and yards start to happen, a reminder that some of these projects need HOA Architectural Control approval. For all updates & changes to exterior of homes & yards, including but not limited to: painting, exterior remodeling/renovations, landscaping, fencing, re-roofing or any structural change to house or any major changes to your yard. Please provide to the ACC and Board a home improvement application with detailed information - drawings, plans, color swatches, etc. We will try to get back to your request within 48-72 hours. However, by-laws state the board has up to 30 days to approve. Link to ACC forms
Remember that early spring is a great time for fertilizing and weed control for your lawn. Proper fertilization ensures a healthy, dense lawn that maintains a dark-green color and gives weeds a run for their money. Spring is also a good time to trim limbs away from the house to prevent water damage, and intrusive pests. Here are a few tips for successful fertilizing: Always water after fertilizing. If the weather is hot, wait until it cools before fertilizing. Nitrogen is every lawn's most important nutrient, and each type of grass requires different amounts to maintain the highest quality turf.
Homeowners are responsible for all maintenance of lawns, shrubs, trees, and/or landscaping materials. Lawns that are dying or dead, full of weeds, or neglected need attention.
Please remove any dead or dying trees from your property. They pose a danger not just to your house but possibly to your neighbor’s house as well.
Please also keep ivy trimmed and confined to your yard.
Please be sure to clear all gutters and roofs of leaves and mold.
Vehicle and RV Storage: No vehicle may be “continuously” parked on the street by homeowners. All cars must be permanently parked in driveways or garages. If cars are parked on the street, it creates a major liability as children may not be seen by oncoming cars. In addition, please store recreational/commercial vehicles, boats, or trailers outside of Hedgerow.
Mailbox Replacement: If your mailbox is falling over, rotten, faded, or generally in bad shape, here is a great solution. Check out this company for a replacement mailbox (picture below). The Hedgerow HOA has conferred with Addresses of Distinction and encourages residents to replace a run-down mailbox with a new attractive, metal mailbox like the one below. Link to purchase ($385.57 installed)
Dues: Dues were owed on March 1, 2023, for $795. If you have not yet paid for this year, now is the time before the pool opens back up in May.
Meeting Notes and Newsletters: These are posted under "More", "Newsletters & More" webpage (NEWSLETTERS & MORE | Hedgerow HOA (yourhedgerow.com). This includes minutes from the Board's most recent meeting in March 2023.