Landscape Committee

Mission and Vision

The Landscape Committee is responsible for preserving the natural beauty of the Windrush common areas. They provide educational and hands-on opportunities to those interested in assisting with these goals. The committee works in conjunction with the other committees and officers, developing long-term plans for all common areas.

The committee:

  • Manages annual lawn care and landscaping and casual landscaping labor contracts
  • Coordinates the green initiatives within the Windrush community
  • Determines and executes minimum landscape services for the year including the needs for fertilizer, mulch, soil, weed killer, and environmentally friendly plants for lawn and beds in all common areas
  • Establishes a list of annual standard maintenance items
  • Manages Landscape Committee contracts (prepares specifications, solicits bids, reviews responses, selects winners, processes and approves invoices for payment)
  • Recommends an annual budget for the maintenance or improvement of landscape items and any changes to the budget during the year
  • Develops and maintains procedures and processes for committee functions
  • Prepares and makes updates to a rolling 5-year plan
  • Educates the community about green landscape guidelines and processes
  • Meets at least quarterly, prepares minutes, and submits to the Secretary

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Windrush Joins Green Spot Columbus

Greenspot Columbus is a clearinghouse of information helping to make our community group part of a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable Columbus. Their Community Backyards program offers eligible Franklin County residents in participating communities one $50 reimbursement for the purchase of an approved rain barrel, compost bin, or native plants and trees from a licensed retailer within the current year of participation.

Franklin County Soil & Water Reviews the Pond with Landscape Committee

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The Franklin County Soil and Water Department walked the pond and surrounding areas with the Landscape committee members to identify areas for improvement.

Page updated 2020-09-09