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Mulch Fire Hazard Guidelines (April, 2018)

Mulch Fire Hazard Guidelines (April, 2018)

Mulch is flammable, some kinds more than others. To help mitigate hazards, see the newly published Guidelines. Also, CSU is a great resource for more information on fire-resistant landscaping in Colorado. http://extension.colostate.edu/docs/pubs/natres/06303.pdf

Bee Safe Table Mesa

Bee Safe Table Mesa

The movement is aimed at making our neighborhoods a safe environment for honey bees, other pollinators and ourselves, by eliminating the use of bee-poisonous pesticides. It’s a great movement for an invaluable cause, as bees are responsible for a huge portion of what we eat, and they are in serious decline right now. Bee Safe Neighborhoods | Living Systems Institute / Honeybee Keep / Nice World has all the materials needed for approaching neighbors in an outreach to reduce or eliminate…

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Flood Information

Flood Information

REBUILDING & REPAIR The city’s website, bouldercolorado.gov/water/boulder-flood-info, has clarified that city building permits are not required for carpet and drywall replacement: “A permit may be required for restoration work depending on the scope. If you need to make repairs to your electrical, mechanical (heating, cooling, HVAC) or plumbing system a permit will be required. However if only simple drywall repairs are necessary you will not need to obtain a permit. If you know your property is located in a flood zone,…

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Wildlife Contact Information

Wildlife Contact Information

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Call the Division of Wildlife (303) 291-7227 if you have questions. Call Boulder City Dispatch if you have a bear that won’t leave your yard. (303-441-3333)

Open Space Agenda

Open Space Agenda

Important information on the process and how it will affect SR4. Guests Editorials Mountain Bikes in the Boulder Mountain Parks Area By Tim Hogan Our shared trails, ripe for user conflict By Sarah Heilbronner Boulder Daily Camera Posted: 06/20/2010 01:00:00 AM MDT June 11, 2010 Meeting Minutes – Read June 2010 – Read SRVI letter to OSMP

Noxious Weed Management

Noxious Weed Management

Our very wet spring and summer produces an abundance of plant growth in the open space, some not welcomed. At the request of several SR4 homeowners, a consultant was obtained to walk the open space and evaluate the health of the open space and possible problems. A memo was received identifying 4 problems and suggestions for control/eradication. The Board is evaluating the memo. Email the board if you have any input. Read Memo