Maintaining the open space is an important part of 3Roots. Not only is it crucial to ensuring the health and vitality of the MHPA, but proper maintenance and brush management is a vital part of minimizing potential fire hazards.
Brush Management has already begun in Phase 1 (behind the homes on Osgood Way). The team is currently on-site clearing dead or dry brush, removing invasive species, and identifying non-native or fire prohibited plants. The team will work their way around the perimeter in the color-coded zones below.
Going forward, brush management and maintenance will take place on a quarterly basis. Once 3Roots is occupied, this regular maintenance will be the responsibility of the community's HOA.
If you live adjacent to the property, you may have noticed that some trees have been tagged with yellow caution tape. These tagged trees have been identified as non-native or fire-prohibited plants and are suggested for removal.
HOWEVER, we will be working with our neighbors on a case by case basis so please take a moment to fill in this brief survey.