- Lake, Hill and Senac areas use BEHR “Tugboat” - #DP-535 semi-transparent exterior wood stain
- Ridge and Mead areas use BEHR “Country Beige” - #760C-2 semi-transparent exterior wood stain
- Description. Let us know whether it’s a sprinkler head, a drip line, or other issue.
- Photo. Optional, helps the techs find the location quickly, especially if there’s a wide area view as well as close-up.
Often, we are able to send an irrigation technician to repair the issue on the same day, but this will vary given the landscapers staff schedules and replacement part inventory. Emergency after-hours service is only called in for large water leaks, as the cost of the service call is prohibitive.
- Aurora Grass Replacement Incentive Program (GRIP)
- Water Wise Guide
- Aurora Landscape Manual
- Aurora Water-wise Landscape Rebate Manual
City of Aurora's Water Conservation Website Click Here.
The advantage of utilizing native grasses in Southshore is that with a little help, they will grow in Colorado’s unique conditions. The most important aspect of developing and nurturing native is the maintenance program that follows the seeding and development stage. Many people look at a newly seeded native area and see an unkempt landscape. In reality, what you are seeing is an early stage of native grass development. These grasses are not meant to be watered or cut regularly, like bluegrass. They need to be allowed to progress and spread naturally, using strategic mowing, weeding and irrigation. Their proper maintenance is all about timing.
Older, full, established native can be treated with well-timed pre-emergent applications in the late spring, and can be coupled with a post emergent application in the mid to late summer.
Most of the street lights in Southshore are maintained by Xcel Energy. Street lights will have a 6 digit number (usually in yellow letters) marked on the pole.
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Tree requirements and landscaping rules can be found within the Design Guideline Manuals, Click Here.
|Austrian Pine / Pinus Nigra||Kentucky Coffeetree / Gymnocladus Dioicus|
|Autumn Blaze Maple / Acer Freemanii||Limber Pine / Pinus Flexilis|
|Canada Red Chokecherry / Prunus Virginiana||Pinyon Pine / Pinus Edulis|
|Callery Pear / Pyrus Calleryana||Ponderosa Pine / Pinus Ponderosa|
|Colorado Spruce /Picea Pungens||Russian Hawthorn / Crataegus Ambigua|
|Downy Hawthorn / Crataegus Mollis||Vanderwolf’s Pyramid Pine / Pinus Flexilis|
|Ginnala Maple / Acer Ginnala||Western Catalpa / Catalpa Speciosa|
|Hackberry / Celtis Occidentalis|
- Honey Locust Trees are not recommended as they fail to thrive in this location.
- Linden Trees are not recommended except in very large lots because of their extreme size at maturity.
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