Summary of Patrol
This was the second patrol of the 2020/2021 year. It took place the week of November 16. As is outlined below, 5 incidents were found during the patrol.
Weather seen at time of patrol
High winds were noted November 15th – 17th. The patrol took place after the high winds to check and review any damage in the community. Small branches were noted on many properties. We also had an accumulation of snow early in the week.
On Rosinke Drive, a lot of trees have fallen in the past year, which makes weaker trees more susceptible to wind damage. Many trees are already marked for removal.
On Walpole Trail, flooding on the road is going to be an issue if water levels or winds increase over the winter. Majority of homeowners are already aware, as this has been an issue over the past year.
It should be noted that for every incident, the patrollers identify the issue as best they can, take pictures, contact the owners, and, if requested, sends photos to the owners. All of the information is kept/saved both by the patroller and by the Association.
A spruce tree fell on a property on Courtney Crescent and is now leaning on their cedar hedge. More damage might occur if there is heavy snow. Owners notified.
A tree fell on the back of a property on Seneca. There was no damage to structures. Owners notified.
A large tree fell on the back of a property on Sunrise. The tree ended up resting on the roof of the cottage. Owners notified.
A tree fell in the back corner of a property on Sunrise between neighboring properties. Tree appears to be leaning away from structures. Owners of both properties were notified.
A tree fell in the backyard of a property on Wilson. It landed near a playground set. Owners notified.
Upcoming weather forecast for Point Clark (as of November 22), from the Weather Network
This photo was taken November 9 by Wellington Drones — it has been modified from original via Photoshop. Enjoy 🙂