CURB PROJECT GETTING UNDERWAY
The City of Leawood is preparing to replace some curbs in our neighborhood the week of May 24-31. A door hanger will be given 48 hrs. prior to work by your home. Your driveway will NOT be accessible during the curb replacement, so please read the door hanger for instructions. Only 1 side of the street will be worked on at a time, giving residents space to park on the opposite side. Residents are instructed to flag their sprinklers that are close to the curb.
WATERFORD POOL IS OPEN FOR USE -- HAPPY SUMMER!
Please see the Pool Info
for rules and regulations.
WATERFORD GARAGE SALE
Neighbors, our annual neighborhood garage sale is scheduled for June 11-13. Hours posted in the Kansas City Star will be from 8a-4p Thursday and Friday, and 8a-3p Saturday, but feel free to set your own hours.
If you would like your address to be included on the map to be posted at the Waterford entrances, email Susan Goodwin at email@example.com
by June 4. You may also include a description of the sale of up to 60 characters including spaces. (Examples: Baby furniture, 2T and under clothing; antique furniture, household goods, baseball equipment.) It is not necessary to be listed on the map to participate!
More Info can be found here
4TH of JULY PARADE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The parade will be held on Saturday, July 4th. If you would like to help out that day with the parade, vendors, games or anything at all, please contact Susan Goodwin at firstname.lastname@example.org
TOWN & COUNTRY YARD WASTE PICK-UP
Unlimited yard waste pickup is available October, November and December; yard waste collection season runs from April to December. Yard waste is not collected in January, February or March.
Per Johnson County regulations, all yard waste must be in biodegradable bags. No plastic bags will be accepted for leaves, grass clipping or any type of yard waste. Tree limbs may be tied in four-foot bundles or placed in biodegradable bags.
Reminder: Each resident can have one free bulky item pickup up per month at no charge. Simply call Town & Country 48 hours in advance and set item at the curb. Qualifying items include vacuums, lamps, toilets, electronics, patio umbrellas and furniture.
Street trees are the responsibility of the homeowner. Tree care and tree replacement are the homeowners responsibility.
WATERFORD MEETING SCHEDULE FOR 2015