Yard of the Month
The May Yard of the Month is Kennet and Barbara Skold at 1810 Waterford Lane.  
Their yard has long been one to be admired but they've recently made some updates
to the shrubs, bedding plants, and lawn.  Their beautiful Japanese maple balances it
all out with their lovely courtyard door that lends a peek at their equally inviting
backyard flora.
November 1st marks the beginning of Winter Water Conservation for Richardson,
shifting the time of day when lawns can be watered. Residents may water their yards at
any time on their twice per week designated watering days (see chart to left) 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 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.