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  1. Important Information about Your Water Services

    Event Starts: November 03, 2021

    Important! We are switching water operators now.
    If you are a current customer, your information will be transferred over to the new system. 
    We will have more information to come soon. 

    For any questions regarding bills, starting/stopping service or for water emergencies please refer to this information. 
    You can contact me with any questions or concerns at anugent@fwgov.org.

    More information
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Year-Round Lawn Maintenance Tips

Published: December 13, 2021

As you know, weeds can invade and thrive in all types of environments. The first step in controlling these weed pests is to correctly identify the weed and then determine a proper control strategy.

Herbicides are available that will control most common lawn weeds but they must be used correctly for successful weed control. Check with your local nursery for best results. When possible, take a weed sample with you to ensure that you are purchasing the correct product for your weed problem.


Late February-Early March - apply a simple 15-5-10 fertilizer for an early green-up.

February-March – use a pre-emergent for grassy weeds to prevent such weeds are Crabgrass, Goose grass and Dallisgrass from popping up late in the spring and summer. Use a grassy pre-emergent like Amaze, Betasan, Balan or Treflan.

Late March-Early April - apply slow-released 3-1-2 ratio fertilizers.

May-Early June – one more application of a grassy pre-emergent will keep fall weeds from invading from August on.

Late June-Early July – apply slow-released 3-1-2 ration fertilizers.

October-November – apply winterizer formulas for winter hardiness.

Late October-Early November – use two different pre-emergent herbicides to prevent the weeds that we experience in February and March. First is a pre-emergent with Portrait or Gallery for board leaf weeds like clover. Second use a pre-emergent with Amaze, Betasan, Balan or Treflan for grassy weeds. There is also Barricade, Dimension or Pendimethlin as a 2-in-1 control.


Water – the best time to water is between 3am and 8am. Watering longer and less frequently is better for your yard than watering daily for short periods of time. You want the water to settle in and saturate the grass. You also want the root system of the grass to go deep. Your yard needs around an inch of water each time you water. Depending on the irrigation system you have, the time can range from 15-45 minutes per zone.

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The governing documents of this community state that you must have written approval from the ACC Committee prior to doing any of this work.

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Our goal is to keep the pool and other amenities a family 1st place for the Frisco Ranch HOA residents and their guests.  Please make sure you are aware of the pool and amenity center rules as well as homeowner and guest access to these amenities.

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Texas Start Community Management
6401 Custer Road, Suite 2020
McKinney, TX 75070


Suzanne Henry
Community Manager
office: (469) 899-1000 x 158
Cindy Mahar
Associated Manager/ACC’s
office: (469) 899-1000 x 149​
Send an email to both at: propertymanagement@friscoranchhoa.com