Landscape

Open Space map

You may have seen the open space map attached to the latest newsletter.This map show exactly the extent of the Douglas County open space in the heart of our neighborhood. This map is now also available online by clicking here or by checking under Links-Facilities.

Douglas County Conservation District’s Annual Meeting of Landowners

October 15, 2009 6:30 pm Geo-hazards (soils) and Aquifers in Douglas County All are invited! In addition to complimentary finger foods, desserts, coffee, and apple cider, we are pleased to present Jan Dixon, Geologist. She will educate all on the Geo-hazards (soil issues), and the aquifers here in Douglas County. A brief business meeting will be …

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Open Space Regulations

If you are wondering what the rules are regarding the use of the Douglas County open space at Piney Creek and Woodland Trail, check this County Resolution pertaining to the use of all Douglas County open space.

Seedling Tree Program

Are you interested in adding some trees to you property and patient enough to start with seedlings? In that case you may be in luck: the Douglas County Conservation District is in the middle of their annual Seedling Tree program. Anybody with more than 2 acres of land can buy seedlings in quantities of 30 …

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Noxious weed info

More information from the landscape committee on noxious weeds. Check out this really useful link to the Colorado Department of Agriculture Noxious Weed control.

Leafy Spurge info

If you are wondering whether that plant on your land is spurge, please check this flyer on the Douglas County website that will help you identify it. The page also shows you how to contact the County Weeds management department. Leafy Spurge information.