Community Spotlight: Sedona Landscape Upgrades

September 11, 2013    Brittany Harmon    Community Spotlight

The Sedona association has upgraded their entry vehicular gate, landscaping, pool furniture and mailboxes all within the last three years. They decided to go with a drought tolerant palette to save the association money on irrigation water among other green benefits. Villa Park Landscape created a beautiful plant palette that the association approved and did a great job of making it look colorful. This included a variety of heights, textures and movement, far from the typical desert look that often comes with drought tolerant landscaping. The association was so pleased with the results of the entry that they are now researching similar upgrades starting with the planters along the community streets followed by other common areas.



Here is the timeline on all projects:

Sedona Projects Timeline
2009: Completed construction on the entry gates project 
2010:  Mailboxes are replaced 
March 2011:  Landscape replaced around the BBQs, spa area and entry to pool outside Goetting gates
Aug 2011: Patio furniture was rehabbed by repainting and restrapping
Oct 2011: Landscape replaced behind chaise lounge areas and pool fence along Schwendeman and concrete deck extended
Feb 2012: Landscape replaced around the base of the palms and outside entry to pool at Schwendeman
June 2012:  Landscape replaced inside the Schwendeman pool gate
Feb 2013:  Entry area landscape replaced

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