Mosquito spraying tonight in Weybridge (Wed, 8/25)

The City of Dublin announced the mosquito spraying program is coming to our neighborhood tonight. They are covering our part of Dublin starting around 8:45pm. The exact time they will drive through Weybridge is unknown.

Killing off mosquitoes helps reduce the risk of West Nile Virus transmission in the community, which has recently been detected by Franklin County Public Health.

You may want to close your windows tonight, to keep the spray outdoors. The spray is not particularly dangerous, but you might as well keep it outdoors.

You can learn more about the spraying program here.

Get lunch with the Weybridge Ladies this Thursday, August 19

This month the Weybridge Ladies are gathering for lunch and friendly conversation at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 19 at the nearby Bogey Inn, just down Glick Road from our neighborhood. Here’s the address:

Bogey Inn
6013 Glick Rd
Powell, OH 43065 (Map)

With the rise of COVID-19 (delta) cases in Ohio, we recommend you consider taking your preferred precautions, and we will try to hold the lunch on the Bogey’s outdoor patio if the weather cooperates.

Do you plan to attend? Sharon needs to know the attendee count as soon as possible, so please contact her with your plans to attend no later than 12 noon on Wednesday, August 18. Please contact Sharon at 614-659-7819 or via email at apple50000@aol.com

Need a ride? Sharon can also help with coordinating rides.

Weybridge lawn chemical treatment expected Wednesday, August 18

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BrightView is planning to be in Weybridge this Wednesday, August 18 to apply lawn fertilizer and┬áchemicals as part of our regular “turf treatment” service. This is the third treatment of the 2021 season.

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, contact our Landscape Chairman, Lisa Henry at weybridgelandscape@gmail.com.

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.