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‘Yard of the Month’ Winner Print E-mail
April 2018 Yard of the Month Winner

Congratulations to the Hicks Family at 8226 Wimbledon Lane for recognition as the April 2018 ‘Yard of the Month’! The following are also recognized, with April’s ‘Honorable Mention’ for doing a superb job in maintaining their yards in such a way that they enhance the overall appeal of the entire community: Woodruff Family at 7727 Bideford Lane, Guerrero Family at 14035 Cleobrook Drive, Basso Family at 8111 Renmark Lane, and Gibson Family at 8118 Bairnsdale Lane.
 
Please be sure to visit the Photo Gallery for photos of all ‘Yard of the Month’ homes, in addition to homes recognized with the monthly ‘Honorable Mention’.
 
The ‘Yard of the Month’ program begins in April and continues through October. Residents may nominate homes for next month’s Yard of the Month recognition, by using the Contact Us email feature, and by directing nominations to the Landscape Director.
 
 
Yard of the Month Nominations Print E-mail
Yard of the Month

Nominations are being accepted for April’s ‘Yard of the Month’ award! If you would like to nominate a home with outstanding landscaping, please CLICK HERE to send your nomination to the Landscape Director (or click the Director’s link under this website’s ‘Contact Us’ feature) ! Please be sure to watch for the ‘Yard of the Month’ winner and ‘honorable mention homes’ announcement and photos, on April 1st !
 
 
Oct ‘Yard of the Month’ Winner Print E-mail
October 2017 Yard of the Month Winner

Congratulations to the Skar Family at 7514 Bairnsdale Lane for recognition as the October 2017 ‘Yard of the Month’! The following are also recognized, with October’s ‘Honorable Mention’ for doing a superb job in maintaining their yards in such a way that they enhance the overall appeal of the entire community: Hebert Family at 8123 Dorrcrest Lane, Howard Family at 8123 Wycomb Lane, Manley Family at 14639 Ravenhurst Lane, and Wren Family at 7606 Bideford Lane.
 
Please be sure to visit the Photo Gallery for photos of all ‘Yard of the Month’ homes, in addition to homes recognized with the monthly ‘Honorable Mention’.
 
The ‘Yard of the Month’ program begins in April and continues through October. Residents may nominate homes for next month’s Yard of the Month recognition, by using the Contact Us email feature, and by directing nominations to the Landscape Director.
 
 
Sept ‘Yard of the Month’ Winner Print E-mail
September 2017 Yard of the Month Winner

Congratulations to the Laubach Family at 8102 Roebourne Lane for recognition as the September 2017 ‘Yard of the Month’ winner! The following are also recognized, with September’s ‘Honorable Mention’ for doing an outstanding job with landscaping and keeping Prestonwood Forest bright and beautiful - the: Bartlett Family at 8211 Birchglen Lane, Saxton Family at 8110 Renmark Lane, Murray Family at 14107 Cleobrook Lane, and Chasse Family at 14419 Ravenhurst Lane.
 
Please be sure to visit the Photo Gallery for photos of monthly ‘Winners’ and those recognized with ‘Honorable Mention’.
 
Residents may also nominate homes for next month’s Yard of the Month recognition, by using the ‘Contact Us’ email feature, and by directing nominations to the Landscape Director.
 
 
Common Areas Maintenance Print E-mail

The Prestonwood Forest Maintenance Association is dedicated to enhancing the community appeal and resident’s enjoyment of the ‘common areas’ within our unique forest community. The ‘common areas’ include the turf and garden areas surrounding the Recreational Facilities (the Clubhouse, Tennis-1 and Tennis-2 Facilities, and Pool-1 and Pool-2 Facilities), around the Entry Monuments (at S.H. 249, Schroeder Road, and Hargrave Road), and the esplanades within Prestonwood Forest.

Year-round landscaping activities include caring for the mature trees, planting new trees, the turf and irrigation system maintenance, and enhancing the garden areas with complimenting plants and seasonal color.

Cul-de-sac ‘Island’ Maintenance
Prestonwood Forest has 20 landscaped ‘islands’ on its cul-de-sac streets. Several are meticulously landscaped and maintained by residents, who prefer to enhance the appeal of their street with desired greenery, ground cover and seasonal color.

The remaining cul-de-sac ‘islands’ are maintained by the Association within the ‘common area’ landscaping services. Because cul-de-sac ‘islands’ are not constructed with electrical power and irrigation systems, landscaping typically consists of mature trees and drought tolerant shrubs.

Contact Us.

Residents with questions or suggestions about the ‘common area’ landscaping - or who are interested in assuming ownership of their street’s cul-de-sac ‘island’ - are encouraged to contact the Maintenance Association, either through the website’s Contact Us feature or by attending the monthly Association Meeting .

Coordinating any changes in cul-de-sac ‘island’ maintenance is extremely important in order to ensure that the Association’s contracted maintenance does not conflict with the resident’s landscaping activities.