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Emerald Mountain HOA
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Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
 
Neighborhood News
AND THE WINNERS ARE......
Posted on May 8th, 2019
The Emerald Mountain Garden Club Yard of the Month program is off and running.  The  volunteer Judges have made the selections and awarded  the nine YARD OF THE MONTH FOR MAY winners! We sincerely thank you all for your time and effort in helping keep Emerald Mountain a wonderful place to live and play!  Listed below are the May 2019, Yard of the Month awardees.  Congratulations to all !  Take time to drive around Emerald Mountain and see all the selections.  
  1. 1505 Emerald Mtn. Pkwy.   Sheila & John Buce
  2. 59 River Birch Circle     Donald Ledbetter
  3. 79 Sycamore Ridge       Eve & Michael James
  4. 69 Dogwood Meadows   Wayne Spivey
  5. 530 Grove Park Loop   Stephanie & Tony Johnson
  6. 582 Hickory Place        Beth & Bill Rhegness
  7. 180 Post Oak Place      Paula & Allan McGill
  8. 1072 Old Ware Rd       Denise & Todd Dugo
  9. 275 Magnolia Place      Debbie & Joe Pemberton
 
 
Get Your Yard Ready for Spring
Posted on Feb 28th, 2019
How to Prepare Your Lawn & Garden for Spring 
 
Winter is finally over, which means it’s time to start thinking about spring projects, such as your lawn.
Winter weather can leave your grass, shrubs and trees weak and hungry, especially after months of lying dormant.  If you want them to come back fuller and lusher than ever, follow these simple tips from Ed Laflamme, a Landscape Industry Certified Manager. 
 
Get your yard ready for Spring.
 
Do some cleaning.
The first step to prepping your lawn for spring is to clean up the leaves, twigs and other debris that have gathered over the winter. Rakes work, but air blowers are even easier. “Debris can get stuck in your lawn mower, and it will block fertilizers and other materials from being properly absorbed by the lawn,” Laflamme says.
 
Apply fertilizer, pre-emergent and weed killer.
 
Early in spring, use a combination of fertilizer, which feeds your grass, and pre-emergent, an herbicide used to prevent crabgrass. Then, six to eight weeks later, apply both products again, along with a broadleaf weed killer. “You don’t want to let crabgrass come up or you’ll be fighting it all season,” Laflamme says. He notes that many lawn care brands offer a combination of pre-emergent and weed killer in one application, which will lower your cost and the time it takes to apply them.
 
Mow early, mow often.
 
“If you let the grass grow too high and then cut it, it stunts the roots so they can’t reproduce properly,” he warns. 
 
Pick a good, heavy mulch.
 
Once your lawn is cared for, edge out your beds, trim back dead branches on shrubs and replace the mulch. 
 
Trim the trees.
“It’s hard to tell if a tree has dead branches unless you get up into it,” Laflamme says. If dead branches are left untended, they can fall, causing property damage and potential injury. Consider hiring a tree trimmer to do a “safety prune” once every three years — ideally before the leaves come out, when it’s easier to see the condition of the branches.
 
Please Do Not Burn
Posted on Sep 17th, 2018
 
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE COVENANTS OF EMERALD MOUNTAIN PROHIBIT THE BURNING OF REFUSE AT YOUR RESIDENCE.  Burning of yard waste or trash is not permitted in Emerald Mountain.  Please make plans dispose of yard waste in a proper manner.  Schedule yard projects with County-Wide Clean-Up dates in mind, (The truck is at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month) consider composting to create nutrient rich material for your flowers and shrubs, or carry waste to an approved waste facility.  Your neighbors will be thankful!

 
 
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Emerald Mountain HOA
     41 Emerald Mountain Expy
Wetumpka, AL 36093. 
 
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Mailbox Maintenance
 
Does your mailbox need
Paint? Numbers?  Repair?
 
Click here for information about mailbox maintenance and repair. 
NOTE: EMVFD has asked you ensure any mailbox planting or decoration NOT OBSCURE the HOUSE NUMBER, this could delay EMERGENCY response to your or your neighbor's house.
 

Upcoming Events
Countywide Cleanup Days
Saturday, June 8th, 9 am until 1 pm at Emerald Mountain Equestrian Center, 1559 Old Ware Road
The truck will be at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month, 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. 
Emerald Mountain Quarterly HOA Meeting
Tuesday, July 9th, 6:30 pm at Emerald Mountain Clubhouse
Quarterly meeting of the Emerald Mountain HOA Management Board.
Countywide Cleanup Days
Saturday, July 13th, 9 am until 1 pm at Emerald Mountain Equestrian Center, 1559 Old Ware Road
The truck will be at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month, 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. 

Countywide Cleanup
The Countywide Cleanup Days have been expanded to every month!  
The Elmore County Commission continues to partner with Advanced Disposal to host free Countywide Cleanup Days.  The truck will be at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month, 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. Residents are invited to bring household and lawn trash to the site.  Items that will not be accepted include appliances, batteries, paints or thinners, oils and gasses.  Click here for additional information.