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Wheels at Work has been rescheduled due to rain in the forecast tomorrow. 


 
Storm Damage?
You may have received some damage to the exterior of your home due to the recent storm. As a reminder, please remember that all roof replacements/repairs, fence replacements/repairs, and tree removals must receive approval before starting work. 

Guidelines
Valley Ranch guidelines have changed, so your old roof or fence may not meet compliance. If you are planning to replace your roof or fence with the exact/same materials you already have, there is a chance that it may not meet compliance.

Please review the Roof Guidelines Signature Sheet or the Fence Guidelines Signature Sheet here to see what requirements the Association has for roofs.

To submit your roof replacement, fence replacement, or tree removal application, please call our office at 972-869-1430 and speak with our Community Standards Team to find out what documents are needed.

Selecting Contractors
If you are unsure that a business is legit, please check with the non-emergency police department and/or your insurance provider.
Non-emergency Police: (972) 723-1010.

Learn CPR! 
The Irving Fire Department wants to help you learn HANDS-ONLY CPR! Educational kits have been provided to the Association courtesy of the Irving Fire Department that include a learning manikin and bilingual instructions with DVD.

If you would like to check out a kit to practice at home, please visit our office Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. The kits are free to check out, but I.D. is required.
 
Once you check out a kit, you will have (1) week to practice at home. Your kit must be returned to our office within our business hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) so that they are available for the next family. Please make sure you have a current I.D. available when checking out.
 
Final date to check out a kit will be on Monday, April 22 at 4:30 p.m.

Plant for Pollinators! 
The Valley Ranch HOA is partnering with the Valley Ranch Green Club to help sell plants that will welcome butterflies and other pollinators. Butterfly plants will once again be for sale at wholesale cost so that you can save money.
 
When you purchase your butterfly kit, you are one step closer to certifying Valley Ranch as a National Certified Wildlife Community. See how you can participate by reading the steps below.
 
 
How to participate:
 
1. Order a Garden for Pollinators Kit by April 1. Pick up your kit at the
Valley Ranch’s Ladybug Release Festival on April 27
.
 
2. Plant for wildlife. All the items you need to certify your garden for wildlife – food, cover, places to raise young, access to water, and sustainable practices – are provided in your kit
 
3. Register your outdoor garden for certification as a NWF Wildlife Habitat at https://nwf.org/Garden-For-Wildlife/Create.aspx. If Valley Ranch gets to 150 certified wildlife habitat gardens, we will become a National
Certified Wildlife Community. One garden, one street, and one block at a time, we can do it!
 
4. Spread the word! Educate others about the benefits of planting for pollinators.
 
5. Email your questions to Nancy@Habitat-Landscapes.com
Nancy Payne, Valley Ranch Resident and Master Gardener Volunteer
 
Upcoming Events
Glo-Mazing Adult Egg Hunt Volunteer Meeting
Thursday, March 28th
Ladybug Release Party Volunteer Meeting
Thursday, April 4th
Volunteer
Whether you are seeking community service hours, are a recent retiree, or you simply enjoy helping others; there's a volunteer opportunity just for you! Learn how you can get involved by visiting our Volunteer page
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