Posted on Mar 02, 2014
Beginning this spring, work crews will start on an ambitious project to re-landscape the 7 medians along Discovery Ridge Boulevard between Discovery Ridge Link to the intersection with Discovery Ridge Lane / Discovery Ridge Hill. Koodos to Carolyn Brown and the members of the Landscaping Committee who have worked tirelessly on this project from its
Posted on Dec 15, 2013
With 16 days left before the end of the NDHA's current fiscal year, there remains 91 members who have yet to forward their payment for the Association fee assessed to their properties for the 2013 calendar year. That's slightly more than 5% of the 1,635 registered homeowners of residential properties in Discovery Ridge and is in line with the results for
Posted on May 30, 2013
You can now pay your annual fees online! Go to our Annual Fees page and click on the 'PAY NOW' button to proceed to the secure online payment form. A receipt of the transaction will be emailed to you at the end of the transaction.
Posted on May 20, 2013
Thanks to all residents who have kept their NDHA account in good standing. As of May 13th, the pre-2013 arrears are $11,558.12 and 38.3% of 2013 fees have been paid. By strictly applying its Collection Policy, the NDHA continues to pursue payment of all amounts owed. The 2012 audited financial statements are posted on the website under the
Posted on Jul 28, 2012
The NDHA is involved in two re-landscaping projects this year: around the traffic circle and at the west end of Discovery Ridge Boulevard. The projects will greatly improve the look of those areas. Re-Landscaping Around the Traffic Circle discovery-ridge-12-03-30-ii-2x3-planting-w-per.pdf Re-Landscaping at the End of Discovery Ridge Boulevard
Posted on Jul 07, 2012
A lot of things have been happening to try to improve the look of the medians on Discovery Ridge Boulevard and Discovery Ridge Hill. Q: Why do crews keep tearing up the median grass and replacing with "dead" sod? A: We continue to trial a salt and drought tolerant fescue grass that is supposed to withstand winter salt damage better than regular bluegrass.
Posted on May 20, 2012
Spring is here and the Landscape Committee is busy keeping Discovery Ridge beautiful. The new landscaping contracts are in place and workers are out wedding, mowing, watering, replacing dead trees, picking up litter, emptying garbage cans, etc. The medians have been powerwashed and the bare spots re-seeded and top-dressed. The rose bushes have been