August 2022 Community Newsletter
The pool generally closes following Labor Day, however, with the warm weather we’ll be watching the temperatures and keeping the pool open as long as we’re able. We’ll send out an update as soon as a closing date is set.
School is back in session, so please slow down and watch for kids walking and riding to and from school and bus stops. It only takes seconds to slow down and avoid a tragedy.
Street Food Finder
Our neighborhood is now live on the Street Food Finder app. Street Food Finder is an easy app you can download to stay up to date on food trucks in our neighborhood (as well as other surrounding places). Check it out today if you haven’t already.
Ada County Mosquito Abatement
The hot weather often brings mosquitoes. If you have a concern about them in an area you may reach out to Ada County at 208-577-4646 to treat the area.
The next scheduled garage sale is set for Saturday, September 10th. A sign will go out at the entrances, and an ad placed in the paper. If you are interested in participating, please put your items out for sale in your driveway and join in the sales. Residents are encouraged to put out additional signs, post on social media sites, and coordinate pick up of any leftovers with agencies like St. Vincent’s.
Irrigation & Landscaping
We’re rounding on the last month of irrigation. Now’s the time to finish any projects and do treatments, and start scheduling for fall trimming. As the weather cools, be sure to turn watering down. Irrigation has not yet set a turnoff date, but is expected around the beginning of October. Stay tuned for updates as information is received.
Please drive golf carts and ATVs or other similar vehicles in community with caution. These should never be driven on sidewalks or pathways, and should always follow the rules of the road regarding licenses and safety equipment.
September 10 – Fall Garage Sale & Fall Market
September TBD – Pool Closure
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