The Florida Governor has announced a “stay at home” order for the next 30 days starting Thursday night to stem the rise of coronavirus infections. Only essential travel should happen (work, food, medical care). Many of us have already been following these rules but it has been made official. This means the club house, pools, and playground will remain closed at least 30 more days.
Bear Hunt for the Kids
If you are walking the neighborhood for exercise with your children you will want to have them look out for bears and other stuffed animals in people’s windows. Feel free to add a stuffed bear or other critter to your front windows so kids passing by can spot them.
The closure of the pools and the pool area/club house for February has been extended indefinitely. Work was being done on the kiddie pool and extensive damage to the decking around it was discovered. The work on this area requires the area to be clear so we can’t open the other pools and just cordon off the kiddie pool. At some point after the decking is broken up, we should be able to get the 2 adult pools open to everyone as the work continues on the kiddie pool. We will get them open as soon as we can.
Volunteers are needed for Thursday, March 5th, to assist with traffic direction. The entry side to Weston Hills will be closed for several hours due to two trees being taken down along the Weston Hills Blvd between the gates and Brook Hollow Rd. All traffic will need to come in and out of the exit gate starting at 9 AM and volunteers are needed to help traffic flow. If you do not need to go out that day we advise residents to just avoid the area. Also, if you have vendors or deliveries if you can reschedule them for that day that would help the traffic. If you can help us please email WestonHillsHOA@gmail.com or call 609-705-5733.
We thank our residents for their patience and understanding in this matter.
The pool / club house areas are now closed until further notice. Volunteers have secured all items there. We will reopen it as soon as weather conditions clear after the hurricane passes.
Please remember to remove all items from your yards and porches that can be blown about by the wind. This includes your trash & recycling bins. Place them in your garage to prevent them from becoming projectiles from wind gusts.
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.