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Kim and Brian have been in there home since February 2018. Their ranch is hard to miss as it sits nicely on top of the hill about mid-way through Cripple Creek near the high tension power lines. The home was sparsely landscaped when they moved in, so the current design is all theirs and they chose an environmentally responsible solution with over 400 different plants that are natural and sustainable as well as drought resistant. Adding all the local vegetation also makes it a great habitat for critters, birds and all types of things. The yard was certified a wildlife habitat in 2019 by the Texas Conservation Alliance. Check out their style, they are also big on decorating for the holidays and have great artwork in their yard.
Oak Park Estates Neighborhood Association (OPENA)
The Yard-Of-The-Month (YOM) program has been established to recognize the efforts of residents within the neighborhood whether they are homeowners or tenants, who demonstrate a clear and consistent desire to maintain or improve their respective properties above normal expectations. The Beautification Committee wants to give you the recognition you deserve for creating a beautiful, well kept yard. This is a great way to improve the value of your home and make your neighborhood a better place to live.
25TH day of month – all entries must be submitted via website form(www.opena.org) or email sent to any OPENA officer to be considered for that month’s “Yard of the Month”. Anything received after the 25th, will be considered for the following month’s “Yard of the Month”.
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