Comprehensive lawn care is provided for all community members by Green Lawn Incorporated. Services include seeding, fertilizing, weeding and mowing of all lawns in the community. Mulch is provided for flowerbeds in the spring and hedges are trimmed once in early June. Trimming services are limited to shrubs in the front and on the sides of units and excludes supplemental landscaping added to the back yards by home owners. Tree pruning and maintenance is limited to the large pines and trees in common areas and does not include private residences. The maintenance of supplemental landscaping, added by home owners, and landscaping in fenced areas is the responsiblity of the home owner. We also ask home owners to keep lawns clear of clutter and debris. Willow Ridge and Green Lawn Incorporated are not responsible for damage to lighting, orniments or other decorative items placed in mowed areas.
There are two playgrounds located on the property in the center and on the northeast corner. Several walking paths traverse the neighborhood and are well-traveled by community members. The walkways run adjacent to the newly constructed Horizon Elementary School of the Desoto School district.
Snow removal services are provided to all community members by the community landscaping company, Green Lawn Incorporated. Present community guidelines dictate snow removal for all snowfalls exceeding 2.5 inches. Removal will begin after the snowfall has ended, and will occur during daylight or overnight hours.
Recreation: Several area parks are located a short drive or bike from Willow Ridge.
Black Hoof Park and Lake Lenexa, a picturesque natural preserve and popular fishing spot. Shawnee Mission Park, A 1,250-acre park with miles of nature trails, a small lake suitable for swimming and fishing and an outdoor summer theatre.
Waste Management and Recycling:
Exterior Paint Colors
Community approved paint colors are avialble at the above link.
The City of Shawnee
Please refer to the city of Shawnee website (www.cityofshawnee.org) for information about city ordinances and restrictions. Maintenance problems pertaining to city property should be directed toward an appropriate city official.