Spring came early this year, and as a result plants and grass are making an even earlier appearance than usual.
One of the most common complaints the Town receives every spring and summer is that, somewhere, grass has grown too tall. In fact, grass that is over 12 inches tall is in violation of the Ashland Town Code.
Not only do well-trimmed lawns make your neighborhood look nice, but they also help keep those crawling and slithering pests away as shorter grass provides one less place for them to hide.
So, don’t fall behind on lawn maintenance just because spring has caught you by surprise. And while you’re at it, ask your older neighbors if they need help cutting their grass, too!
If you have questions about Ashland's Town Code and potential violations, please contact Clayton Keller.