Enhancing Community Beauty: Nottingham Country CIA's Latest Initiatives and Achievements

Enhancing Community Beauty: Nottingham Country CIA's Latest Initiatives and Achievements

April 25 2024

Your Nottingham Country CIA Board and committee members have been hard at work in their continued efforts to beautify Nottingham Country. Check out the latest regarding maintenance at cleanup at your neighborhood park, landscaping projects for neighborhood common areas, and a recap of the recent heavy trash event.

The American and Texas Flags have been replaced and look so much better! We are appreciative of those that raised this to the board's attention as this is an item that should not go unnoticed. Thank you John Blay, NCCIA Secretary for taking care of the task at hand! The old flags will be retired by the Boy Scouts in their annual ceremony. Please click here to view the process for all to review.

In addition to the flags, the tennis court nets have both been replaced and fresh and are ready to be used. Custom Scapes has finalized the cleaning up of all trees and limbs post the tornado and storm so it is safe to get back out and about in the Park!

Lastly, park signs were picked up and will start to hang them over this week and next along with the no trespassing signs for both the park and alleyways.

Landscape Committee

The NCCIA Landscape Committee had a very successful meeting on April 15, 2024, and are working with Custom Scapes regarding next steps. Meeting minutes will be posted to our residential portal for all to review. Here are the main action items from the meeting: 

  • Custom Scapes to provide an updated plan for Kingsland along with pricing for all proposed changes. 
  • Brittany Severin to deliver a meeting recap and share Custom Scapes proposed plan of action has been completed and shared. 
  • Cul-De-Sacs proposed plan was discussed to allow for long term solution to conserve water and funds. 
  • Yard of the season completed and will be shared with residents via e-blast and Facebook. Separate post to follow!
  • Next Meeting Tentatively scheduled for May 16 or 19 same location El Tiempo
Heavy Trash
The NCCIA and the Mason Creek MCUD once again sponsored a Heavy Trash/Free Computer/Recycling event on Saturday, April 20th from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. It was yet again a successful event in which we thank our landscaping vendor owner Hermes Amaya with Custom Scapes for their continued support. Next Heavy Trash Day will be in October 2024. 

Subscribe to Your


Stay current on local news and events with periodic emails sent straight to you!

Change Neighborhood

Select Your Region/Community