FROM YOUR HOA
Cooler weather is in the forecast and the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air, which can only mean one thing... September has arrived!!
Supplemental watering was imperative for your landscape's survival in order to make it through this brutal summer. But, cooler weather may soon be upon us. Let's hope so! Here are some helpful landscape tips as we enter into the fall season.
Turf
As the month progresses, and the heat and humidity begin to reduce, remember not to decrease your mower height until it begins to cool down even more. It is time to start applying your pre-emergent and fall fertilizers. In mid-September, give your turf a light feeding. Be sure to match the product with our soils and your turf type. Avoid weed and feed products as they have been known to damage certain trees. Ask a nursery pro to help or have a simple soil analysis done. Fertilizing will also prevent winter freeze damage and encourage spring green-up. Continue practicing responsible watering and to follow the watering restrictions for your area. Remember even in the winter you need to ensure adequate water to the root system of your grass.

Trees
The immediate danger of spreading oak wilt is between the months of February and June. The high heat and humid conditions during this time of year are perfect for these fungal spores to thrive. As the weather begins to cool, the chances of passing infection from tree to tree decreases dramatically. Still, proper pruning techniques are vital to maintaining the health of any plant, especially trees. When pruning trees, especially oaks, ensure your tools are clean and the wound is treated with a pruning paint to avoid introduction of infection. Tree planting is highly encouraged in the fall, provided adequate irrigation is available through establishment.

Ornamental Beds
Maintaining a layer of mulch on all perennial beds and continuing to water deeply and infrequently will help to ensure the vitality of your ornamentals going into Fall. Pruning some woody perennials now can result in an impressive show of fall flowers. Remember to try and not remove more than one-third of the foliage of the plant when pruning as this can cause undue stress on the plant material and wait at least a week before and after any major pruning to apply fertilizers or pest control agents.
LIFESTYLE LOWDOWN
Thank you for taking the time to complete our Lifestyle Poll! We love to see how much you are enjoying the great outdoors, virtual activities and food trucks- and we've definitely got more in store for both adults and kiddos in September! I can't wait to cater more events and activities for our neighborhood based on your feedback, and as always, please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or ideas. Stay well, and enjoy the upcoming weeks as we head into fall.
 Lots of lifestyle love to all, Ashlyn
Wanderlust Grooming Company
September 11th
Rec Center

Whether you are a stay-at-home parent or working from a zoom screen - we all have good reasons to want to look fresh!  Swing by and get your hair cut in the Wanderlust Grooming AirStream!

Book your appointment here:

Text when you arrive 
  •   Nicole 575-318-4100
  •   Travis 806-544-0137
Masks Required
Temperature check at door
Sanitize hands 
Please come with clean hair

Questions? Contact Travis and Nicole here.
Kona Ice
September 12th
Rec Center
10am-11am

Grab Kona Ice at the Rec Center on Saturday, September 12th from 10am-11am courtesy of Celebration Church.
Bike-A-Palooza
Stuntmasters
September 24th
Rec Center
6pm

Are you ready for some fun? It's SHOWTIME at Belterra! Witness some awesome bicycle freestyle moves on the ground and in the air performed by some of the best BMX pros in the country. 10 time X Games athlete, John Parker and friends present a 45 minute action packed show that is fun for all ages. You'll laugh, you'll scream, and you'll always be part of the show. 
  • Masks are required to be worn the entire event by every attendee and appropriate social distancing measures will be put in place.
  • RSVP is required via EventBrite. Tickets will be checked at the entrance, have the e-ticket printed or on your phone to scan. Reserve your spot here. Please make sure you get a ticket for each person who will be in attendance. Event is for Belterra Residents only. No outside guests.
  • The show will start at 6pm sharp and last 45 minutes. Please show up early to ensure you have time to get checked in at gate and find a place to watch the show. Rec Center parking lot will be closed. You are encouraged to bike or walk.
  • Bring your own chairs/blanket to sit on. Inside Restrooms and the interior of the Rec Center will remain closed, please make alternate arrangements beforehand.
Community Garage Sale
October 3rd
8am - 1pm

Mark your calendar! The last community garage sale for 2020 is October 3rd from 8am - 1pm. Sign-up your house to be on the map/list by September 27th here.
Important notes about participating in Belterra events:
  • Masks are required while visiting the Management office, and attending events.
  • Persons in high-risk groups are encouraged to take the necessary precautions prior to participation, including consulting their physician.
  • If you have symptoms, have been in contact with others who have tested positive, or have tested positive for COVID-19 yourself, you should not participate in Belterra events. It is recommended that you self-quarantine for at least 14-days.
  • All residents participating in Belterra events are required to abide by social distancing requirements and are strongly encouraged to bring sanitizer and other personal protective equipment as necessary. 
  • Residents participating in Belterra events should familiarize themselves with CDC Recommendations for protecting themselves and others. 

All of the plans discussed above are subject to restrictions from the Texas Department of Health, Hays County, and other governmental authorities. We further recognize that changes in the number of local cases of the coronavirus level may result in changes to this plan without notice.
EATS ON THE STREETS
Please see the calendar of Food Trucks for the next month.
If the trucks have a pre-order option, you can find it here.
Classic Summertime Cookout
September 10th
5pm-7pm

Head down to the Rec Center for a Classic Summertime Cookout meal at the Rec Center on Thursday, September 10th from 5pm-7pm. Optional pre-order by September 9th by emailing justin@tryhungry.com. Preorder is not required.
Via 313
September 16th
6pm-7pm

Via 313 will be at the Rec Center. on September 16th from 6-7pm.
  • Ordering window is open from Thursday 9/10 to Sunday 9/13 until 9pm. No more orders will be accepted after that.
  • Place your order here. They will accept CC or Venmo.
  • There will be a $4 delivery charge per order. The Catering Director, Denise, will email you a final quote within a few days of you submitting your order (please check your SPAM folder).
  • Pick up your orders on Wednesday 9/16 starting at 6pm until 7pm the Rec Center (801 Belterra Dr.) You can just drive (or walk) up to our tables, tell us your last name, and we will put your order in your car. Via 313 looks forward to seeing you all on Wednesday 9/16!
COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Seven-Time Texas Builder of the Year!** | Open Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. Noon–6 pm. Brokers welcome. Homes available nationwide. Prices subject to change without notice. Photos are images only and should not be relied upon to confirm applicable features. This is not an offering where prohibited by law. *Offer, if any, is valid for new buyers who purchase a home in a participating community in Texas and deposit between 9/12/2020 and 10/11/2020, sign an agreement of sale, and close on the home. Offers, incentives, and seller contributions, if any, vary by community and are subject to certain terms, conditions, and restrictions. Not all communities, not all home sites, and not all options and upgrades are included in the National Sales Event so see the Sales team in your desired community for availability and specific details. Toll Brothers reserves the right to change or withdraw any offer at any time. Not valid with any other offer. **Volume Builder of the Year 2018, 2016, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2008 & 2007 Awarded by the Texas Association of Builders.
INFORMATION & LINKS
Office Address
801 Belterra Dr.
Austin, TX 78737
512-301-7770

Business Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

In the event of a common area emergency, please call 1-800-274-3165.
Email the Team
Luke Kenzik I Community Manager
Ashlyn McDaniel I Lifestyle Director
Melanie Daves I Community Standards

CCMC Corporate Office
480-921-7500
8630 E. Via de Ventura, Suite L-100
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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