Yard of the Month
Our June yard of the month belongs to Alan and Rosa Shockley of 1824
Weanne
.  The Shockleys have done a fabulous job of incorporating drought resistant,
native Texas plants and shrubbery, like pink yucca and sea oats,  into their landscape
design and it’s been attracting some beautiful butterflies, too.  The Texas sage
currently blooming in their (visible from the street) backyard is breathtaking!  You can
tell they put as much work into their private yard as they do to the parts we all see!!
City of Richardson Watering Rules
Residents may water their yards at any time on   
their twice per week designated watering days (see
chart below) to avoid watering when temperatures
may drop below freezing. If water sprinklers run
overnight during freezing weather, they can cause
dangerous conditions on roads and sidewalks.
For personalized recommendations on how much
water your yard currently needs, go to
www.watermyyard.org.
For more information, go to
www.cor.net/waterconservation
 Yard of the Month:  Selection Criteria

  1. Landscape: tree, bushes, flowers, etc.
  2. Lawn: mowed, edged, and healthy
  3. Cleanliness
  4. Special beautification efforts / ideas: decoration that enhances the landscape to add
    beauty and make it special or unique
  5. Overall appeal of the front of the house
  6. Zone: selection from a different area of the neighborhood as much as possible (not a
    must)

Note: The reason for selecting homes from different zones is to encourage the neighbors
from all areas to maintain their yards and provide visibility of the YOM program. The
objective is to keep the neighborhood beautiful and keep up the value of the
neighborhood. Most of our neighbors take pride, understand their responsibility and keep
their yard good looking throughout the year regardless if they are selected for the YOM.  
Sherrill Park HOA thanks these homeowners for their commitment and support to keep
the neighborhood beautiful.