Monthly Archives: March 2017

April landscape update from DLC

Spring has arrived and we are preparing your common areas for the blooming season and higher temperatures. We continue with seasonal pruning, in which we prune select plants to about three-quarters of their size. This will help them grow back to a manageable size during their flowering season. You can see some of the results Read more…

Stay safe in Marley Park pools this summer

As the temperatures start to rise, Marley Park has an amazing amenity to help you cool down. The Heritage Pool House—with splash pad, beach-entry pool and lap pool—is a great place to make memories with your family and friends this summer. Before you grab your suit and towel, the Marley Park Community Association would like Read more…

Read the spring issue of your resident newsletter

Check out the spring issue of Marley Park Matters, a newsletter written by residents, for residents. In this issue: meet your MPCA candidates and learn more about the election process, learn how to notify MPCA about community concerns and damage, a list of upcoming events and more.

Rosemary removal along Sweetwater begins March 9

Beginning Thursday, March 9, Caretaker Landscape will begin removing the rosemary along Sweetwater Avenue on both the north and south sides of the road. The removal project will extend between Bullard Avenue and Reems Road. If all goes as planned, the project will be completed by the end of the week.

Marley Park is hiring!

The MPCA is interviewing qualified and highly dynamic candidates for seasonal and year-round ambassador positions. Qualified candidates will actively support the MPCA’s values and meet community needs with a high level of satisfaction in providing quality community enrichment programs, oversight of amenity usage and guest compliance. Read the full list of qualifications. To apply, send Read more…

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