Spring is Here, and Cutting Grass Comes With It

Now that spring has sprung and warmer weather is becoming more frequent, residents will soon begin keeping their yards trimmed and tidy. Cutting grass is something we do as property owners to keep our Town attractive, but it is also something required by the Town Code.

Town Code states that grass and weeds should not exceed 12 inches in height. It's important to note that your grass must be cut all the way to the curb or where your property meets the roadway.

It's also important to recognize where trimmings go while cutting grass. Cut grass should never be thrown into a street or thoroughfare, as it's extremely hazardous for motorists travelling on motorcycles or other two-wheeled vehicles. You should also take care that the grass isn't making its way into any nearby storm drains. Cut grass is actually a great fertilizer for your lawn or garden, so leave your cut grass on your lawn or bag it as you mow.

If you have any questions regarding this press release, please contact Jordan Whitt, Social Media Manager at 540-994-8610 or by email at [emailprotected]

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