Every year the Weybridge board conducts a whole-neighborhood property inspection, walking through all of Weybridge, including through backyards and around our homes. [This duty is noted in the Code of Regulations, Article III, section 3 (e).]
This year Weybridge walk-around inspections are set for Thursday, May 13. You’ll see Board members with clipboards either starting around 6:00pm.
What does the board look for? Clear violations of the Warranty Deed that need to be fixed, such as paint problems, safety concerns, landscaping issues, or anything that’s out of character for the community or may impact home values.
If any problems are found, they are documented and homeowners are made aware of the issues within a few weeks, along with a request to fix the noted problems in a reasonable amount of time.
Finally, board members will maintain reasonable physical distances during the inspections.
Our landscaping provider, BrightView, is currently planning to be in Weybridge next week — on Monday and Tuesday, May 10 and 11 — to deliver our annual mulch and begin adding it to beds around the community.
Mulch is provided based on your Landscaping Questionnaires, filled out earlier this year.
Note that BrightView intends to “blow” mulch into place this year, similar to past years, so be prepared for some noise and dust — closing windows would be a good idea during the installation.
Questions about mulch or other landscaping matters? Please contact Lisa Henry, our Landscape Officer, at email@example.com for more information.
Ready for spring? BrightView will be in Weybridge this Friday (April 2) to apply lawn fertilizer and chemicals intended to prevent the growth of crabgrass and broadleaf weeds in our lawns.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Though it may not feel like it yet, spring is around the corner, and that means we start another season of landscaping services with BrightView.
This year our new Landscape Chairman Lisa Henry is gathering landscape service preferences from each resident, in case customized services are desired. We distributed paper questionnaires back in December and asked for forms to be turned in by February 1.
Do you still have your questionnaire? Do you need another copy? You can download and print another copy here (PDF), then be sure to get it to Lisa by Monday, February 1.