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Tips for Water Conservation

The Elk Grove Water District website has some easy steps you can take to conserve water in the home: When brushing your teeth, turn off the water until you are ready to rinse. It doesn’t have to run the whole time. If you do this when you brush your teeth twice a day, you’ll save […]

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Protecting Your Investment — Your Wood Fence

Your wood fence is a valuable part of your property. It provides protection for your real estate and accents your landscape. Fencing is a major investment and is typically the most neglected structure on your property. When cared for, your fence will provide you with many years of enjoyment. If left untreated or exposed to […]

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Appearance Is Everything

We must all do our part to keep the community at its best. If you are an owner currently renting your property to someone else, please remind your tenants: Garbage Cans: Place your garbage cans out of view from the streets on non-pickup days. Ensure your garbage cans are closed to keep critters from getting […]

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Pets in the Community

Not all dogs are angels. There are many reports that some members have barking dogs that are disturbing others. Please be considerate and control your pet. Just a friendly reminder to all pet owners, you are responsible to clean up after your pet. Be a good neighbor; don’t just walk away and leave unwanted gifts […]

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Mistletoe

A growing concern in the Community is the number of trees with Mistletoe. Please check your trees for Mistletoe! It is important to remove mistletoe before it produces seed and spreads to other limbs or trees. Mechanical control through pruning is the most effective method for removal. Growth regulators provide a degree of temporary control […]

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Planning An Event?

If you need a space for a meeting, birthday party, wedding shower, soccer team meeting. etc. you have the option of renting the office space. The cost of the rental is $25/hour, a refundable damage deposit of $250 will collected with the reservation and returned if the facility is left clean and undamaged. Contact Salina […]

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Parking Rules

The streets in Laguna West are public streets. Which means anyone can park on them. The city requires that vehicles not be parked in the same spot in excess of 72 consecutive hours. If you see a vehicle that appears to be disabled or has not moved in over 72 hours, please report it to […]

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Holiday Decorations

The reasonable time for winter holiday decorations is from the day after Thanksgiving until January 31. All other holiday decorations such as Halloween and Easter decorations should be displayed no more than thirty (30) days prior to the day of the holiday and must be removed within fifteen (15) days after the holiday. Seasonal decorations […]

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Current Lake Levels

The current drought crisis has caused the well levels at Laguna West to gradually reduce all summer as the pumps could not keep up with the water demand. This directly affected the lake levels. Recently one of the wells went dry and it is no longer pumping water into the lakes. This has impacted the […]

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Caring for Trees in a Drought

Per the Governor’s Executive Order, 4 Laguna West Association will not be fining members for dry and yellow lawns. However, it is important to keep your trees healthy during the drought. Per the Elk Grove website, “Considering your trees value and the time needed to grow to maturity, ensuring the survival of shade trees should […]

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