Landscape (certain sections & common areas)

In addition to common area maintenance, Heritage Landscape Services (HLS) also provides limited turf maintenance for certain properties paying a special monthly assessment in the following sections:

  • Overland Park courtyard homes
  • Southern Walk courtyard homes
  • Park Glenn Villas in Section 92
  • Demott & Silver townhomes in Section 202

Which properties include landscaped services and what services does HLS provide?

If your property is in a section that receives landscaping services, you will be part of the following landscape list and your monthly assessment will automatically include fees for these services.


Services include mowing/trimming, turf applications, aeration/overseeding, mulching and leaf management. Please review the following Scope of Services and submit your name, email(s) and address to landscape@broadlandshoa.com to receive notices when seasonal services occur.

Section Notes, click to read>>

The HOA assessments paid by Courtyard, Overland Park, Park Glenn & Demott & Silver townhouse homeowners include limited turf maintenance services, provided by Heritage Landscape Services (HLS).

Notes by Section: 

  • Park Glen Villas: lawns will be treated only in the front and side yards.
  • Courtyard Homes (Overland Park and Southern Walk): entire lawns will be treated, including fenced areas as long as they are kept unlocked. Access must be available. 
  • Demott & Silver Townhomes: Only beds installed by builder will be mulched and serviced.

Gates that are locked, in disrepair, or difficult to open will not have the backyards/courtyards serviced until access is available.  HLS is not responsible for fencing, siding, air condition units/platforms, or structural elements of homes. HLS is not responsible for perennials, plantings and annuals installed by the homeowner. This service does not include bed weeding or dead plant removal or other items not described within the scope of services. HLS is not responsible for irrigation, lighting, invisible fencing or any other personal utilities that are not clearly marked. Chemical Use: If you experience any adverse health effects after the application of any treatment, such as headache, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting or skin rash or allergic reaction by inhalation or dermal contact, please contact poison control or seek medical attention. 

How am I notified of seasonal landscape services?

If you have signed up, the HOA sends emails to notify you of landscaping treatments that occur throughout the year, notifies residents of changes to the treatment dates in case of inclement weather, and alerts you of concerns related to landscape services. To sign up, please send all emails that you would like included in our landscape notifications to: landscape@broadlandshoa.com (Please be sure to include your name and address).

2022 Schedule of Seasonal & Mowing Services:

  • Spring Edging: Begins week of February 21, 2022 – residents are responsible to weed beds.
  • Spring Mulching: Begins week of March 21, 2022 – residents are to remove non-HOA mulch not previously placed by HLS if they wish beds to be serviced with new mulch.
  • Mowing: Begins April 12th, weather dependent.
  • Spring Turf 1st Application: Begins week of April 18th, weather dependent, includes fertilizer, pre-emergent and weed control. To opt out, send email to landscape@broadlandshoa.com no later than 5pm on Friday, April 15th.
  • Spring Turf 2nd Application: Begins week of TBD. Includes fertilizer, pre-emergent and weed control. To opt out, send email to landscape@broadlandshoa.com no later than 5pm on TBD
  • Fall TBD: Weed control applications. No fertilizer will be used during this service.
  • Fall TBD: Aerating & overseeding (no mowing this week; must mark personal utilities)
  • Week of TBD: final mowing for the season

Mowing Schedule: Mowing typically runs April-November, but is weather dependent. Please note that HLS does not bag grass clippings. They mow over clippings to incorporate back into the lawn. If weather conditions prevent or would cause damage to the turf, then the schedule may be pushed until conditions improve. If you wish to opt out of mowing for the week or for a period of time, please inform the HOA directly no later than 12:00pm on the day before your scheduled to be mowed by sending an email to info@broadlandshoa.com or calling us at 703-729-9704. All requests and communication should go through the HOA, not HLS:

  • Overland Park Courtyards – Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Southern Walk Courtyards – Thursdays
  • Southern Walk Courtyards along Ridgeway area – Fridays
  • Park Glen Villas (Sec 92) & Demott & Silver townhouses – Fridays 

HLS – Common Area Services

2022 Services Overview
March 2022 Services>>
  • Spring Cleanup
  • Bed edging
  • Mulch
  • Weekly trash cans and Dog stations pick up on going
  • Snow stacks removal
  • The end of the plow season turf damage and winter debris pick up
April 2022 Services>>
  • Maintenance visits This includes mowing, weeding beds, and trash pickup
  • Weekly trash cans and Dog stations pick up on going
  • IMP monitoring of insect activity as need and if there is a need we will spray
  • Continue dead animal pick up and remove in the common areas as need
May 2022 Services>>
  • Continue our Maintenance visits
  • First turf application
  • Starting on pruning shrubs as needed
  • Continue IPM inspection as needed and spray any issues as needed
  • Lastly we will be installing the Summer annuals you chose this past winter the week before memorial day weekend
  • Continue Weekly trash cans and Dog stations pick up on going
  • Continue Weekly T&M watering of new install summer flowers, last Fall installed plants / Trees and sod at Nater Center as needed
  • Continue monitoring for Storm Damage and Debris and report to HOA
  • Continue Homeowner lawn Mowing violation when requested by the HOA
  • Continue dead animal pick up and remove in the common areas as need
June 2022 Services>>
  • Continue our Maintenance visits and trash pickup
  • Continue pruning shrubs and Trees as needed
  • The second turf application will occur in early June timeframe depending on weather Will notify HOA one week before
  • Continue IPM inspection as needed and spray any issues as needed
  • Continue weekly trash cans and Dog stations pick up on going
  • Continue weekly T&M watering of new install summer flowers, last Fall installed plants / Trees and sod at Nater Center as needed
  • Continue monitoring for Storm Damage and Debris and report to HOA
  • Continue Homeowner lawn Mowing violation when requested by the HOA
  • Continue dead animal pick up and remove in the common areas as need

There are several products that HLS uses on the common area for fertilizer and pre and post weed control. All products are mixed with water and applied to the turf only. All of our technicians are certified by the state of Virginia Dep of Agriculture (VADCS) and follow all regulations that are enforced by the state and federal governments. It takes about two hours to dry after the product is applied to the turf and is safe then to walk on the turf.  Once it’s dry, it is absorbs into the plant so there is no residual chemical on the leaves. It is a safe way to apply because the chemical is added to water and it’s a very small amount of chemical. The amount is 90% water to 10% chemical. This is a very environmentally friendly and safe procedure. HLS posts a notice near the property prior to the application along with notifying the HOA a week prior and post a noticed after application, once the products have been sprayed on the turf.