Jan. 25, 2024

Next Board Meeting Information

The Dawn HOA will be hosting a board meeting February 8th 2024 at 6:30pm. We usually meet at the Corona Baptist Church, but they have been dealing with some roof issues.   So, this meeting will be held at the Legacy Office at 459 N Gilbert Rd. Suite A-220, Gilbert AZ 85234.   For those not able to attend in person, there will also be a virtual option via zoom to listen in. If you join virtually and have comments or questions, please add them to the chat feature and they will be responded to during the homeowner input section of the meeting.   Online Link: https://bit.ly/dawnhoa16 Dial in (253)215-8782 Meeting ID: 814 8371 8793   We realize this isn’t an ideal situation and we appreciate your understanding and patience as we attempt to make sure everyone’s voice is heard.  

May 14, 2020

Dawn Pool Project- July 4th Opening

The Dawn Pool Project is happen now.  Dawn is adding to the pool area: • Adding hot tub• New furniture• Adding shade structures• Bathroom Accessability• New Landscape• Artificial Turf Estimated opening date: July 4th See Attached Picture.

April 29, 2020

Note From Landscaper About The Community Grass

See the notes below from the landscaper.   This time of year starts our transition period up to the beginning of April the rye grass has looked great and full. We were very happy with it. Here is a list of the steps we take to help the transition to the summer Bermuda from the winter rye and will help homeowners understand the process of ensuring our summer bermuda comes in as good as possible. I feel the area is looking great, especially all the new planting. With the new planting we have really focused on making sure the water is working for the plants and we are getting a lot of great starts to this growth season.    1.  We monitor the temps temperatures.  Once nighttime temperatures start exceeding 65 degrees  on a consistent basis (typically late April/early May), it’s time to start the spring transition. 2. Reduce your watering to 70-80% of your normal usage.  This will start stressing out the rye grass but will continue to support the bermudagrass. 3. Lightly verticut your grass to open up its canopy.  This allows more sunshine to reach the bermudagrass below. 4. We Spray winter grass weeds (this will cause for large dead spots to appear) 5. After Rye Grass is Stressed and dying we will up the water for growth. 6.  We Fertilize and increase your watering schedule.  After about 2 weeks, you should notice that the bermudagrass is overcoming the ryegrass. Broadcast a balanced fertilizer (i.e. 16-20-0) at a rate of 9 pounds per 1000 square feet and increase watering back to a normal summer watering schedule. 7. If you allow the ryegrass to grow unchecked, it will out compete the bermudagrass. When June comes with its Arizona heat, the ryegrass will finally die and you’ll be left with nothing but bare spots.   Hope this helps and gives understanding to this time of year. Buck Taylor Proscape Landscaping     Legacy Community Partners 459 N. Gilbert Rd. Suite A220 Gilbert, AZ 85234