The September 2019 edition of The Bridge, Weybridge’s resident newsletter, has been distributed via email to all residents with a registered email address (90%+ of residents at last review).
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BrightView will be back in the Weybridge neighborhood soon to apply fertilizer, spray for broadleaf weeds, and to aerate our lawns. Here’s the proposed schedule:
- Wed, Sep 11 — Fertilizer and broadleaf weed herbicide spraying
- Week of Sep 23 — Lawn aeration
NOTES ON FERTILIZER AND WEED SPRAYING
If you have areas of your lawn you do not want fertilized or sprayed, you can place lawn flags to mark areas that are off-limits. If you need flags, they are available on Brent Kleihauer’s front stoop.
For areas that are sprayed and fertilized, homeowners with pets or children are advised to keep them off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the chemicals are applied.
NOTES ON LAWN AERATION
For lawn aeration the week of September 23, anyone with “shallow wiring” installed (invisible pet fences, yard lighting, or similar) needs to contact Brent at email@example.com so we can relay your address to BrightView. Lawn aeration pokes deep holes in the lawn and can damage wiring for invisible fences, lighting, and sprinklers, or anything else buried in the yard. Brent will report known sprinkler systems to BrightView, but he needs to know about other systems as well.
Alternatively, you can place flags in the yard to map out where lawn aerators should not go, thereby protecting your in-ground systems.