A Massive Cleanup Took Place in the Montrose Community in High River
Dream Development put together a community cleanup to help the High River community of Montrose deal with the remnants of the devastating 2013 flood. Dream Development is the developer of this community and wanted to restore it to its pre-flood glory.
Residents and volunteers raced into action on October 9 from 9 AM to 12 PM. Dream development was working together with Lifestyle Homes, the Town of High River, Westview Homes and all of the volunteers on this community cleanup. The event was put together to address the ongoing interest in restoring the Montrose community to everything it was before the flood occurred.
Activities involved in the cleanup included weeding, mulching, replanting, and restoring the community bump outs. Debris was collected in 3 separate bins that were strategically placed throughout this neighbourhood.
Picasso's Pizza served refreshments and pizza to the community workers when the work was finished at noon. The machinery and tools needed for the project were brought to the site by Dream Development at 9 AM.
Montrose is a master-planned High River community that covers more than 200 acres. It surrounds a 16-acre pond that elegantly winds through the neighbourhood. All of the residents that moved into this closed community were provided with a legal document called a Restrictive Covenant. This documentation lays out in specific terms what a homeowner is allowed to do on the lot and what is not permitted.
In a development like Montrose, which prides itself on quality, owners know that high standards will remain in place for the lifetime of the community. The Restrictive Covenant stays with the land when one homeowner sells the property to another. The RC benefits all of the owners throughout the community and ensures that property values are maintained.Posted by on
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