To all Weybridge Residents
The Weybridge Board want to educate our residents with the Muirfield Handbook rules and regulations that have an impact on our community.
Outdoor objects or highly ornamental objects must be carefully considered for impact of the natural environment of Weybridge and Muirfield Village. All ornamental decorations are subject to approval by the Muirfield Design Control Committee. Statuary, fountains, sculptures and other decorative objects are generally prohibited unless confined to a front entry, deck, patio or private living area, or strategically incorporated into a landscape area. These decorations are discouraged unless they supplement the natural theme. Decorative flags, banners, or other types of signage are prohibited on the exterior of properties.
Yard Garden flags and team school or professional team flags are prohibited in the front of Weybridge homes. They are allowed in patio area or at rear of homes.
Attachments to the mailbox such as banners, decorative covers and advertisements are prohibited. Residents must maintain shrubbery and vines around the mailbox unit so that the home’s address is in clear view from the street.
Bird feeders are prohibited in the front of homes or anyplace that can be seen from the street. Weybridge has had problems with skunks and squirrels causing damage to homes. A wildlife expert advised us that bird feeder attracts these pests.
Wind chimes are prohibited in the front of homes or anyplace that can be seen from the street. Permanently placed bird feeders, statues and lawn ornaments must be approval by the MDCC before installing on the property. They are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
The Weybridge Board of Trustees wants to remind residents of these Warrant deed infractions. So please CHECK TO SEE IF YOU ARE IN COMPLIANCE.
Any question feel free to ask any Weybridge Board member.
Inflatable decorations of any kind are prohibited.
You can read the policy pertaining to exterior decorations in the Muirfield Property Handbook, Section 3.11, Exterior Home Decor.
BrightView has notified us the final fertilizer application for 2019 is expected on Friday, November 22.
This is a “dormant” fertilizer application, designed to release nitrogen slowly over the winter, which promotes a faster lawn rebound in the spring. You can read more about the benefits of dormant fertilizing here.
As in the past, we recommend you keep pets off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the fertilizer application. If there are sections of lawn you do not want fertilized, you can place lawn flags outlining the area.
Questions? Please contact our Weybridge Landscape Chairman, Brent Kliehauer, at email@example.com.
In the original announcement about the November Weybridge Ladies Lunch (this Thursday, November 21) we forgot to mention one important instruction for all attendees.
Everyone attending needs to do 3 things:
More details on the lunch are in the original announcement (which is now corrected).
Please contact Sharon at 614-659-7819 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.