We will soon be deep in the Spring of 2014.
I want to remind you that we have the “Lawn of the Month” program and with any luck, we will have a winner April 1st.
So use March to get your lawn in shape.
We are also excited about getting new sponsor. Each winner will receive a gift certificate for use at a local nursery and lawn care business.
There will more about this posted later.
In case you don’t know, Janet has created an account for our neighborhood on Nextdoor.com. This has proven to be a great idea. Many of our neighbors have used it to get recommendations for home improvement or repair. We also use it to communicate many other things about the HOA or the neighborhood.
Residents can now have their Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste collected right from their front door. Please review the eligible materials list below. Please note some restrictions may apply and pickup schedules may vary depending upon demand.
It is FREE and easy.
To schedule a pick up, please call 1.800.449.7587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: You must contact ahead of time to receive a bag and instructions.
Examples of Acceptable Items
Solvent, Batteries, Aerosols
Garden Chemicals, Thermometers Auto Batteries Up to 4
Oil‐based & latex paints, Fluorescent Bulbs Up to 10
Pool Chemicals, Metal Polishes Televisions 1 each
Cleaners, Adhesives, Antifreeze Computer Monitors 1 each
Used Motor Oil, Poison, Pesticides, Consumer Circuit Boards No limit
Sharps – placed into a sealed rigid plastic container
The Town of Flower Mound is famous for its well-manicured lawns. Consequently, the city takes enforcement of the code for maintaining lawns VERY seriously.
Code enforcement personnel are employed by the city to insure that the town’s homes have nice lawns.
The following contractors have done work for the HOA and have shown themselves to be honest and providing good service.If you would like to contact these people for work, be sure to mention the fact that you are in Lexington Glen.
J&J Landscaping, (214) 566-8064
KG Fence, (972) 977-4215
Some HOAs monitor and approve every aspect of a property’s appearance. We do not do this. Aside from specifically prohibited items, or insuring that all construction or improvements follow city code, our restrictions or regulations require that the lawn be kept in a “neat and attractive manner”. It also states that lawns should be “in a well maintained and attractive condition at all times.” (ARTICLE VII, Section 7.1) This does not mean that it has to only be mowed to a certain height. “Neat and attractive” means that the lawn must look nice. If you allow your lawn to dry up and look bad, it is in violation of the agreement the property owner signed at closing.
We would also ask that you do not dry, or air, laundry on fences, etc. All toys, tools, or other items should be picked up and not left out front. Leaving bicycles, etc. outside encourages theft.
The town of Flower Mound is very strict about tree limbs encroaching over sidewalks. Please insure that there is at least an 8 foot clearance, per town codes.
The post office can choose to not deliver mail if a car is parked in front of a mailbox. Please be considerate to your neighbors. We are getting some complaints again.
Don’t forget. If you are tired of receiving the “free” advertising paper that is delivered to your home several times a week, you may choose to not receive it.