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Our Current Top Concerns

Do Not Prune Oaks February through June

Until July, sap beetles are attracted to fresh tree wounds and can transmit the oak wilt fungus to a healthy oak tree during pruning. The heat of July-August is believed to suppress the beetles and reduce the risk of infection. Note that all trees are under the normal stress of summer, depending on soil moisture, and some are still in their growing season then. So if you haven’t completed pruning of oaks by now, it’s best to wait until fall.

Wildfire Prevention is important to NWACA
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As we continue to experience a long drought in Texas, our area is especially vulnerable from fire in our canyons. If you haven't already done so, sign up for your free home wildfire risk assessment, and learn how you can make your home Firewise - resilient when fires occur. Use the link at the left for a Firewise Request.

Announcements and News

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  • Recent Meetings about the PUD Neighbors, Based on authorization from the  NWACA Board upon reviewing the results of the latest survey, members of the NWACA Ad Hoc PUD Committee and a NWACA Zoning Co-chair ...
    Posted May 4, 2015, 10:13 PM by Joyce S.
  • May 14 Annual NWACA Neighborhood Meeting
    Posted Apr 28, 2015, 7:56 PM by Joyce S.
  • March 2015 Austin Oaks PUD Survey Results During the month of March, 2015, NWACA ran a survey for the neighborhood to respond to changes proposed by the developer in December 2014 to the PUD zoning application for ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2015, 1:28 PM by Joyce S.
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