Common Area Management Plan
This is the plan our Landscape Maintenance team uses.
ArrowCreek Common Area Tree, Shrub and Perennial List – Some species are discouraged by fire officials or are very invasive. Please read carefully. These are existing plants — NOT recommended plants!
Harbottle Park Plants
Effluent Irrigation Water Articles/Papers:
National Water Reuse Action Plan Collaborative Implementation Version 1 (2020)
Selected Water Reuse Case Studies from Draft National Water Reuse Action Plan (Appendix H) (2019)
Natural Treatment Systems White Paper Jul 12 2014
Advanced Technologies for Reclaimed Water (Nevada Water Innovation Institute, UNR)
Potable Reuse Feasibility Study (Nevada Water Innovation Institute, UNR)
TMWA Water Resource Plan 2020-2040
ArrowCreek HOA- Reclaim Water Water Quality Analysis and Recommendations
Arrowcreek Wells 3 and 4
Mt Rose Effluent Reuse Area Management Plan – July 2008
IRRIGATING TURFGRASS AND LANDSCAPE PLANTS WITH MUNICIPAL RECYCLED WATER
Urban Landscape Irrigation with Recycled Wastewater
Trees Subjected to Reclaimed Water
Comparing Plants Prior to Recycled Water Use, 5 Years After and 11 Years After
Water Quality Issues of Reclaimed Water on Urban Landscapes
Removal of Boron from Aqueous Solutions by Adsorption Using Fly Ash, Zeolite and Demineralized Lignite
Abstract: Cost Effectiveness of Boron Removal From Irrigation Water: An Economic Water Treatment Model (EWTM) for Farmers to Prevent Boron Toxicity
Oregon Garden (Silverton, OR) Articles:
Oregon Garden Wetlands and Water Garden
Oregon Garden Joint Venture
Oregon Garden Barley Straw Research
Oregon Garden Water Quality Research
Oregon Garden Wetlands
Talking Water Gardens (Albany and Millersburg, OR) Articles:
Talking Water Gardens
Talking Water Gardens – A Value Focused Approach to Improving Water Quality
Many Articles on Northern Nevada Horticulture are available from the extensive UNR Cooperative Extension Library:
UNR Extension Information: Gardens, Trees and Landscapes
UNR Living with Drought Program
Invasive Plants in Nevada: An Identification Handbook
NATIVE AND NATURALIZED CONIFERS OF NEVADA
SELECTED NATIVE TREES OF NORTHERN NEVADA: Are They Right for the Home Landscape?
SELECTED NATIVE SHRUBS OF NORTHERN NEVADA: Are They Right for the Home Landscape?
Some Good Native Plants for Great Basin Landscapes
Firescaping Landscape Design For Defensible Space
Flowers at the Border: Plant native flowers around your yard to attract pollinators and other beneficial insects
Southwest Pointe (later known as ArrowCreek) Washoe County Articles/Papers:
2002 Disclosure to Custom Lot Owners including Equestrian Center and Shopping Center pp 633-657 of 2569
BCC Jan 19 1999 Minutes pp12-13 (Now ArrowCreek)
BCC Jul 23 1996 Minutes pp10-11
DA9-1-93-2 Pages1-2569 (Page 2500 references landscaping to Th Creek Rd)
AC Dev Agreement DA9-1-93 Part 2 pp1-516
3926839 Final Development Agreement Southwest Pointe Partners This (September 28, 2010 file date) document did not have the associated Exhibits scanned with it. Probably need to go downtown to request them.
Below is the DA9-1-93-2 document pages 1-2569. It loads slowly. Unfortunately, the search capability does not work.
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