Delivery & Kiosk Reminders

Hello everyone,

We have two things we would like to bring to your attention:
  1. If you have Amazon deliveries coming, please add Amazon Delivery to your Envera Gate list. At times they use their own vehicles to make deliveries and not an Amazon truck (which Envera will let through).
  2. If you are a resident trying to access the community through the visitor lane/kiosk, even as you’ve inserted your license for scanning, please give the guard your street address when asked. You can also by-pass this issue by obtaining a sticker for your vehicle.
Thank you.

Reminder on Pet Cats

With the recent news story on the rabid cat found near Disney property [“Cat with rabies triggers alert on Epcot Center Drive in Orange County, health officials say”] we want to remind residents that cats are not allowed to freely roam the neighborhood. For their protection and yours, please keep them indoors and make sure they are up to date on their shots.

Rabies can also affect your dogs. Make sure they are vaccinated as well, as rabies can be transmitted among other wild animals (such as bats, raccoons, and squirrels) that pets could come in contact with.

Here is the CDC information on rabies. Consult with your pets’ veterinary doctor if you have further questions on keeping your pet safe. You can also contact the Lake County Office of Animal Services at their web page┬áto get further information.

Trash Schedule Change & More

Hello everyone. Here are a few things the HOA would like to let everyone know about:

  • Because of the July 4th holiday this week, our trash & recycling will be picked up Friday morning, and yard waste will be picked up Saturday morning.
  • Though we urge residents to visit a local fireworks display for July 4th, if you do set off your own fireworks they must be confined to your driveway. Do not set them off in the street. And please be considerate of the time of night when setting them off. Please no late night detonations.
  • And finally, if you bring your baby to the pool or playground area, we ask that you do not dispose of dirty diapers in the trash cans; please dispose of the diapers in your trash cans at home. Our cans are only emptied 3 times a week (and only 2 times this week because of the holiday) so they can sit for a few days and start to smell. We also have issues with raccoons getting into the trash and throwing everything out of the cans.

Thank you for your time and have a safe & pleasant July 4th holiday.