General Tree Maintenance/Replacement Responsibility

published: July 6th, 2022 by in Community, Management

Ash Trees & Emerald Ash Borer

There have been concerns raised about the recent (diseased) trees removed in the community.

King Farm is responsible for common area trees and curb trees on private streets maintained by the Assembly. Homeowners are responsible for trees within their lot/property boundary, which can extend past the rear fence in the alley.

Trees are an integral part of the King Farm community and the environment. They provide a habitat for many creatures, purify the air by absorbing carbon monoxide, act as natural coolants (provide shade), and enhances the general aesthetic of the community. While the goal is to maintain the existing trees in the community, there are times when removal is necessary due to disease, infestation, acts of God or general poor health. In most cases, trees are replaced but there are some instances when trees are not replaced due to the unintentional damage caused to homes and community infrastructure.

Please visit the FrontSteps Resident Portal or use the link below to read the Memo from Management regarding the diseased trees and the Emerald Ash Borer and declining trees information.

If you have any questions, please contact the Management Office.