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Preston Community Garden Survey
Posted on Feb 5th, 2018 Comments (0)

Preston Community Association is soliciting interest in a community garden at Good Hope Farms that is owned by the Town of Cary.

They offer garden plots for Cary residents that wish to participate.  PCA  wants to gauge the interest of the community through this survey.

Thank you for taking the time to participate. .

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TPBBL23
 
 
Cary Police Department Community Safety Meeting
Posted on Jun 30th, 2017 Comments (0)
The Town of Cary Police Department provided the community with a meeting regarding the safety of the neighborhood and an update on the recent activity on June 28, 2017, at the Prestonwood Country Club. 
 
Town of Cary Police Department phone numbers:
911 – emergency
919-469-4012- non - emergency
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Golf Carts & other vehicles Rules & Regulations
Posted on Jun 26th, 2017 Comments (1)

This is friendly reminder for Preston Community Association homeowners, residents, and guests.
Operating golf carts on public streets within the Preston Community Association is permitted provided, but not limited to, the operator being at least 16 years old and holds a valid driver's license.  Driving on the sidewalks is prohibited. 
 
A link to the Prestonwood Country Club, Town of Cary & Town of Morrisville, rules & regulations can be located here: Rules & Regulations
 
In addition, wheeled vehicles (bikes, golf carts, atv's, etc.) are not permitted on the dams at Preston Ponds Park or Preston Crossings Park.  
 
Also, please note that Prestonwood Country Club, including the golf course, is private property. PCA kindly asks that residents not be riding bikes, walking or playing in those areas.
 
 
 
Cary Reminds Utility Customers of Year-Round, Alternate Day Watering Rules
Posted on Jun 26th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Town of Cary Alternate Day Watering
Residential and Nonresidential Utility Customers
When it is time to water, remember to follow the year-round Alternate Day Watering schedule:
Even addresses: Wed, Fri, Sun
Odd addresses: Tues, Thurs, Sat
Drip irrigation and hand watering (hose, watering can, etc.) is allowed any day of the week
Read the ordinance (Sec. 36-80)
Exemptions
A 45-day exemption to the alternate day rule is available for establishing new grass and for seasonal reseeding. Registration is required.
Watering restrictions do not apply to washing of cars, driveways, houses, etc.
Customers who irrigate with reclaimed water, well or pond water do not need to follow the alternate-day watering schedule.
The Need for Conservation
Demand for water in summertime can double the demand during winter. To help the Town meet demand during peak usage, customers should water lawns no more than 1 inch per week, including rainfall.
Outdoor Watering Tips
Overwatering causes 75 percent of turf problems. Help avoid those problems by:
watering no more than 1 inch per week, including rainfall, if you water regularly;
watering deeply and infrequently to build a healthier root system;
using the “cycle and soak” method to water deeply; and
watering early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid losing up to 50 percent of your irrigation water to evaporation.
Enforcement
Residential customers who violate the Alternate Day Watering rule receive an oral or written notice. Repeat violations can lead to civil penalties of $100 for the first citation, $250 for the second and $500 for the third. Nonresidential customer fines range from $250 to $2,000.
Contact
Water Resources Department
(919) 469-4030
 
Parking on the street in Preston Community Association
Posted on Jun 26th, 2017 Comments (0)
Dear Preston Community Association,
One of my duties as your Community Association Manager is to enforce the Rules and Regulations of your association (also known as the governing documents). One of the top complaints I receive from residents and that I encounter during my property inspections relates to on-street parking.
Preston Community Association has restrictions for on-street parking (which also apply to guests of residents of Preston Community Association ) which means during property inspections, if a car is parked in violation of the rules, homeowners will receive a notice.
 
Please see this enclosed summary of the PCA and local Municipal parking rules. Should you have any questions of concerns, you are welcome to contact the property manager at pati@casnc.com or attend a meeting of the Preston Community Association Board of Directors. The meeting schedule is on the PCA website.
Thank you.
 
Tammy Seigerman,
Manager, Preston Community Association, Inc.
CAS, Inc.