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HOA Office ReOpens (at a distance)

Our Community Manager, Carlie Cobbett, is back working full time in the HOA office at the clubhouse.  Here are the details: Office hours are the same as always:  9:30-6, weekdays The clubhouse remains closed so no one can drop by but you can always schedule an appointment via her email (carlie@casnc.com) Appointments will be held one at a time in the big club room Masks are worn at all times inside the clubhouse and social distancing is practiced.  Tables are placed away from each other, maintaining separation Thank you! Kathy, Kevin & Jim Kitts Creek Community Phone: 919.659.1214 6333 Kit Creek Road Morrisville, NC 27560 www.kittscreek.com

Benefits of Aeration

Since we are in the fall season when everyone in a single family home is planning fall lawn services (aeration, overseeding, and fertilizer), the Landscape Committee has realized there are still some questions. These services need to be done anytime from now until very early November.  Here are the benefits of aeration: Stronger turfgrass roots Enhanced heat and drought stress Increased soil water uptake and use Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere Your lawn will be easier to take care of next spring and summer because of doing this now (and doing the February & March weed treatments). Before aeration: Mow your lawn. The clippings should be bagged, blown or raked off the lawn - this is necessary to maximize seed-to-soil contact This contact is a key factor in successful germination If you sprayed chemicals to kill the weeds, wait 3 weeks before aeration from date of application to aeration Common weeds which all are invasive and will spread easily if your grass is weak: Clover Crabgrass Quakgrass Bermuda grass Aeration packages normally include fertilizer and seeds. After aeration: it is very important to water everyday for at least 20 minutes for a few weeks. The main goal is to keep the ground and seed moist while the seeds begin to germinate. If you have any questions, please ask via Carlie (carlie@casnc.com).  **If your home is rented out during this time, please make sure your tenants are aware that this work must be done at your home or plan a contractor to do it for you. Thank you - Kitts Creek Landscape Committee

Update on Social Events for April

Hello neighbors - Due to the recent "Stay at Home" order placed by Wake County and the Town of Morrisville, the Social Committee is cancelling all social events through the end of April. With regards to Kriti specifically, we know a lot of the dance groups were looking forward to it and practicing for the show. Please know what we're looking at potential future dates for this event and we will communicate the plans once they're confirmed. Thank you, Kitts Creek Social Committee Kitts Creek Board of Directors

Closure of all Amenities

Gov. Cooper has ordered all public and private playgrounds to close starting before their opening times tomorrow. As a result, as of dusk today all of our KC parks will be closed until further notice:  Playground, Dog Parks and Tennis Courts.  The clubhouse is already closed. The Gazebo and Historic Green are obviously not lockable so please use the smart social distancing there that we are all already exercising on sidewalks during walks and in your lives in general. These areas will be padlocked and anyone entering is trespassing.  If you see anyone inside of these areas (perhaps from another neighborhood), feel free to tell them they are trespassing and must leave immediately. This will not last forever!  And we will rebuild a sense of normalcy.  There are wonderful examples of cooperation, generosity, thoughtfulness, and kindness happening in Kitts Creek every day.  Keep putting up rainbows or holiday lights/decorations and chalking the sidewalks and leaving painted rocks to delight neighbors out walking. We've got this KC!! Stay safe & healthy, Kathy, Kevin and Jim