Patio plants -- Owners are responsible for the pruning of shrubs and trees within patios. Limbs should not touch the roof, overhang gutters, rest on fences, or interfere with passage outside the fence. Vines should be removed from buildings.
-- Ever wonder how landscaping works at Windgate II, or what you can do to help? Read this overview
from the landscaping committee (July 2018).
The landscape committee makes recommendations to the board about the installation and maintenance of plants and trees in our common areas.
Meetings of the Landscape Committee
The landscape committee will meet on the first Tuesday of each month with one exception. In January there will be no meeting. Meeting dates are:
January – NO MEETING
NOTE: If you wish to add a perennial, shrub, tree, or other permanent addition to the common area, please use this form to submit a landscape variance request
(with attachments) to the landscape committee chair, Pat Walter, at firstname.lastname@example.org. As a reminder, the common area consists of the entire property other than the individual units and the limited common elements associated with those units (patios, decks, front stairs and portions of the front stoops).
Minutes of landscape committee meetings are available: go to FSRConnect
, log in, select Forms & Documents, then select Board & Committee Minutes.
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