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We will be using the website to communicate important information to you, so it is important that you register and keep your information up-to-date.   In addition, the website will allow you to Access the Association's governing documents, View HOA board minutes, Pay your assessment online, Report a problem or Restriction violation.  In Keeping with the architectural design of Laffite’s Landing any changes or improvements to our homes, must be first be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC).  The HOA Board and the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) needs your help, we need to know when a home goes up for sell, when someone new is moving in or someone making any changes or improvements to their home.   Let us know of your interests and expertise. We are always looking for someone that is willing to help.   The Laffite's Landing Homeowners Association Board would like to thanks all resident and owners for their continued support in helping us keep Laffite's Landing a clean, safe and desirable place to live and maintain the value of our property.  Thanks for making Laffite's Landing one of the top Subdivision in Lafayette, Broussard and Youngsville area.

 
 
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Posted on Mar 6th, 2015
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Spring is just around the corner.
It’s time to cut back all the ornamental grasses, and perennials that have browed and yellowed. They should be sheered back to almost the ground level. If there is any green growth, leave it.
Pre-emergent herbicides should be applied to prevent the warm weather weeds from emerging. This will not kill existing weeds, but will keep the new seeds from germinating. Also a balanced slow release fertilizer (13-13-13) can be put down on trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses. Mulching beds also helps out with weed reduction, esthetics and keeping the soil moist.
When it comes to your lawn a weed and feed can applied once the grass gets out of dormancy. This will strengthen the grass along with getting rid of those pesky weeds. Just make sure you follow directions on the labels of the products you’re applying
Also be patient with planting your annuals. Many of the flowers that thrive in the summer need to be planted no earlier than April 1-15. The cooler temps I March will hurt them
 
 

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Welcome New Neighbors
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Vehicle Parking 
 
Please note that Parking, Paragraph 21, P. 8 of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision states:
 
 Parking “All parking must be off the street. On-site parking areas must be hard surfaced asphalt or concrete, The Lafitte's Landing Homeowners' Association or its Board of Directors May adopt rules regarding parking to accommodate special occasions or events.
 
Parking, Paragraph, 19, , P. 8 of the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision:
 
Mobile Homes Prohibited.  :" The placing and parking of house trailers or mobile homes on any lot in the subdivision shall be prohibited.  No motor home, travel trailer, camper or other similar recreational vehicle may be used as a residence on any lot, and any such vehicle, as well as any boats and boat trailers, must be parked and kept behind the front setback line within a closed building or enclosure so that it is not visible from the street.  No vehicle may be parked on the street in front of any residence longer than twenty-four (24) hours, and no vehicle may be placed on blocks or any immovable positions on any lots or street in this subdivision."
  
 
Please note that, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated July 6th, 2011 Paragraph 41, P. 27, states:
 
“In order to facilitate each Owner providing space for parking two (2) automobiles off street in the carport area, carport are to be clear of all items. No furniture, appliance, garbage cans, grills storage sheds, racks, or lawnmowers are to be placed in carport area, All such items are to be located at side of home behind the privacy gate as not to be visible from street. Small outdoor furniture, plants, or fountains mat allowed in carport area with written prior Association Board approval as long as two vehicles can fit in the carport area.”
 
Please note that, the Amendment to the Act of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants of Lafitte's Landing Subdivision, dated August 12th, 2011 Paragraph 49, P. 33, states:
 
 “Parking is prohibited that impedes or block visibility of Subdivision, amenities, including but not limited to the patio home mail box area, the sign monument area, etc. All sidewalks shall be kept free of vehicle parking at all times, no exceptions.”