Landscape Committee 2018

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:

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

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

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

Click to access app-ext-da9-1-93-2-p0001-p2569.pdf