Main Street Management

Pet Update

Please refrain your pets from doing their duty on private property, the common grounds, especially in the park. When walking your pet in our community remember it should be leashed. Also, it is important to remember to immediately clean up after your pet. Take a baggie with you to pick up waste and then dispose of it properly. By cleaning up after your pet you can contribute to the beautification of our community and also the elimination of one of the most irritating nuisances in our community. Also, it has been noted that dogs are urinating on the trees, especially on the common ground evergreens/bushes. Please refrain your pets from urinating on the evergreens, etc., it is causing brown areas on the evergreens, etc. It is not healthy for the plants, etc.Also, it has been noted that dogs are urinating  on the trees, especially on the common ground evergreens/bushes.  Please refrain your dogs from urinating on the evergreens, etc., it is causing brown areas on the evergreens, etc.  It is not healthy for the plants, etc.   If several dogs pee on the shrubs damage can occur from nitrogen overdose.  Burning on the leaves can appear caused by the nitrogen and also cause damage to the root system because the soil becomes saturated with nitrogen.  If this continues over time it can stunt or even kill the shrubs.  Animal waste carried bacteria that could cause illness.  Besides being unsightly and smelly, animal waste can be hazardous to the health of your children who play in the community park and to other pets. One of the most common forms of disease transmission between dogs is through fecal matter.  It has become a major concern that pet owners are not cleaning up after their pets in the community park.  Please clean up for the safety of our children and other pets.   Your corporation is appreciated.Note: The board has received numerous complaints on this issue.