Landscaping / Personal Plantings
Common area landscape maintenance is the responsibility of the Sarah's Glen Homeowners Association. To meet this obligation, the board contracts with certified landscape professionals for seasonal landscape services and other related services. Any plantings and maintenance of Common Areas shall be done only by a Board approved service provider, or a Board approved volunteer committee. Per the rules and regulations, the cost to repair any landscape damage deemed to be caused by a homeowner, their family, guests or pets shall be charged to the homeowner.
April 2017 Update: Sebert Landscaping will again be providing seasonal landscape services to Sarah's Glen this year. Our weekly service day will usually occur on Friday (weather permitting). If inclement weather prevents service from occurring on Friday, the alternate service day is typically on Saturday. Sebert's maintenance crews are charged with carrying out association rules and regulations as it relates to plantings and will remove any unauthorized plants/flowers/vegetation they find in areas defined as common (see below).
What are the HOA rules and regulations regarding personal plantings?
Can I add fresh mulch to my personal flowerbed area(s)?
Periodically, the Homeowners Association contracts with a vendor to provide and spread a fresh layer of hardwood mulch in the association's planting areas and tree rings. Homeowners may purchase and spread additional (or fresh) mulch in their personal flowerbed area(s) as long as it is consistent with the color, type and grade that the association has spread. Currently, this is a premium triple ground mulch which has a dark, rich brown color. The use of artificial/synthetic mulch (such as rubber) is PROHIBITED.