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MUD 53 and HCFWS 51 - Solid Waste Services
It has been brought to our attention that after December 31, 2018 Waste Management, the current trash provider for residents in MUD #53 and HCFWS #51, will no longer service Woodforest North Section II. In an effort to help those residents who are currently receiving service from Waste Management find a new provider, below we have included contact information for a number of companies that provide solid waste services in the area. We encourage you to reach out to a provider of your choosing to inquire about individually billed solid waste removal services.  

Best Trash – 281-313-2378 or http://www.best-trash.com
OFS Solid Waste Services – 281-457-2705 or http://www.ofssolidwaste.com
Republic Services – 936-756-8400 or  https://www.republicservices.com
WCA Waste - 1-855-263-0955 or https://wcawaste.com   

Please note that the Woodforest North Section II Homeowners Association makes no representation of these companies and recommends that you research each provider prior to making your selection.  

If you reside within MUD #285, your trash service is currently being provided under a contract between MUD #285 and Best Trash. We have not been notified of any changes to your services. Should you have questions regarding your trash service, you may reach out to MUD #285 or Best Trash

Lawn Care Tips

Lawn Care Tips
Lawns have specific fertilizer requirements, depending on the season and the type of turfgrass you grow. Read the instructions on the package carefully before purchasing. Lawn fertilizers containing various percentages of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are common lawn foods. Fertilizer combined with pesticides are also widely used.

Weed and Feed and Pre- or Post- Emergents Weed and Feed is a common term which refers to fertilizer that contains weed killer for broadleaf weeds such as dandelions or grassy weeds like crabgrass. Look on the label for a list of weeds that can be treated with the product. The two types are: Pre-emergents, such as those commonly used to prevent crabgrass, are weed killers which must be applied before the weeds germinate. They are ineffective if the weeds are already actively growing. Pre-emergent weed killers are often mixed with fertilizer and are applied early in the season.

Post-emergents are contact killers. They are effective only if the weeds are already actively growing. They will not kill weeds that have not yet germinated. The timing of application of pre-and post-emergents is critical for success. Applying these products too early or too late is essentially a waste of time. If sowing grass seed is also in your lawn schedule, make sure that there is the proper time interval between applying weed and feed and sowing. Read the package carefully before selecting to be sure which product fits your needs. Starter fertilizers and winterizers provide extra phosphorus for root growth. Starter fertilizers are applied to provide a boost to newly seeded lawns. Winterizers are used as a last fall feeding to promote off-season root growth.

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