Drought-resistant artificial grass can’t be prohibited by California homeowners associations under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown signed Friday, reports The Sacramento Bee.
In an effort to encourage water-saving landscaping, Assembly Bill 349 bars homeowners associations that oversee common-interest developments from forbidding synthetic grass or turf.
Homeowners associations could still make landscaping rules – just not in a way that would ban artificial lawns.
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