The arborist has completed their assessment of our new trees. While the trees are very stressed due to planting and aggressive pruning, there is no immediate danger to their long-term health.
We discussed whether the aggressive pruning would affect the beauty of the tree canopy. He did not have any concerns and believes the trees are young enough to grow into normal looking, healthy adult trees.
The arborist also recommended the following actions.
- The trees are more stressed than normal and we will be increasing our watering to once a week from once every other week. Watering is currently scheduled on Mondays. If homeowners would like to water their trees an extra time during the week, we recommend Thursday or Friday.
- Since the trees are more stressed than the one's we have received in previous years, we will be performing another walk-through with an arborist in early to mid fall right as the leaves begin to change. This will allow us to monitor the health of the trees and determine if they remain healthy.
If we deem any further actions necessary to ensure the health of the trees, we will provide that information as it becomes available.
The pool will be opening on Saturday, May 25th.
Pools hours are as follows:
May 25 - May 27: 12 PM - 8 PM
May 28 - May 31: 4 PM - 8 PM
June 1 - June 2: 12 PM - 8 PM
June 3 - June 7: 4 PM - 8 PM
June 8 - ~August 13: 12 PM - 8 PM
Cooper Farms is a community of nearly 650 homes and growing. Located off Mt. Washington Road, just south of the Gene Snyder Freeway, off Preston Highway. Cooper Farms is home to many picturesque trees and beautiful woodland protected areas. We are close to shopping centers with numerous restaurants and retail opportunities.
Cooper Farms is a great place to call home and is a family oriented neighborhood. The Club at Cooper Farms has a junior Olympic size pool, fitness center, playground and picnic areas.
Cooper Farms website is a place for Homeowners to come to for community related information. If you have questions, suggestions or would like to get more involved with your community by joining a committee or would like to be a member of the Board of Directors, please contact our management agent, Amber Gabbard with Mulloy Properties at 498-2403.
For New Owners: If you are new to the neighborhood or selling your home in Cooper Farms, it is important to contact Mulloy Properties to let them know there is a change of Ownership. Many homes in Cooper Farms sell and change ownership and we are never contacted to update our records. It is important to have the owner of record in our data base to receive community related communications and to bill the appropriate party for the annual assessments.