Greetings Terwillegar Towne Homeowners

As we transition into warmer weather & your outdoor project list grows, we would like to remind you to please submit your exterior renovation requests to the TTHOA here: https://terwillegartowne.org/application-for-exterior-home-renovations. Please confirm that you are following the TTHOA Architectural Guidelines. The easiest to cross off your list of to do’s is to ensure that your fence is painted white. On a side note, the TTHOA does not have any specific requirements for landscaping, but you must abide by the City of Edmonton Bylaws.
 
With spring clean up in mind, we have compiled a list of top items that are simple to do & will instantly add great curb appeal to your property. A fresh coat of paint on your railings, porch, stairs & fence is an instant way to refresh & update your home. TTowne is known for its distinctive doors as well – a pop of colour on your door adds character. Cleaning up your yard & tidying any landscaping related items is a great way enhance your property.
 
Thank you for the great feedback regarding our wonderful planters! We would like to take this opportunity to kindly ask that you please refrain from removing items from our winter planter arrangements. We do store each winter insert & reuse them for the upcoming season as we transition to summer flower displays. 
 
While you're out & about enjoying the beautiful weather, a friendly reminder to be responsible pet owners – please pick up after your pets!  There are no designated off leash areas within Terwillegar Towne, please ensure that you keep your furry friends on a leash at all times.
 
Finally, we would like to bring your attention to a tree fungus that could result in trees having to be removed. Black Knot has been identified within Terwillegar Towne infecting many of the cherry trees. The most distinguishing symptom of Black Knot is the characteristic black, tar-like swellings that develop on branches of the infected plant. Pruning is only advised in the late fall, winter or early spring. Infected branches must be destroyed to prevent further contamination. Diseased knots can produce and release spores for up to 4 months after removal. More information can be found here: https://www.alberta.ca/black-knot.aspx
 
If you have any questions about specifics of the TTHOA, you can visit  www.terwillegartowne.org, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 780.690.6464.
 
Happy spring - be safe, & kind to your neighbours!
 
Sincerely,
 
The TTHOA Board of Directors
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