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EVENT: Brainstorming for HOA Landscape Committees

Join us Aug. 17 for a free, open discussion among HOA landscape committee members looking to establish more efficient committees, manage existing landscape plans, or improve old landscapes all while creating positive change within their associations. Participants should bring members of their respective HOA landscape committee for this opportunity to learn from and share with other Sarasota County HOA members, including those who have enjoyed successes and those who have learned from obstacles. Register early through to save your seat and receive notice of any changes.

While we will host and facilitate this event, expect an open, unscripted session in which landscape committee members will discuss all pertinent issues affecting their landscape quality and daily operations.

For more information, please call 941-861-5000 or email

2 Comments on “EVENT: Brainstorming for HOA Landscape Committees

  1. Is there any rules in a HOA /community association that can prevent a person from removing grass and placing a Florida friendly garden example lantana and portulaca? I have placed mulch to sustain and reduce water consumption. Please advise

    • Hi, Nina. We’ve shared your question with our residential horticulture agent, Dr. Pat Williams, and will post his reply here when available. –UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County