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.
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.
Please remember the playground is for children 12 and under. Envera has alerted us to an issue in the recent days of teenagers dropped off by school buses jumping the playground fence as they wait for their younger siblings to also be dropped off. Please tell your teens they are welcome to go out to the back field area behind the playground to burn off excess energy while waiting for others but please do not jump the fence into the playground.
Due to the approaching storm, Envera will be locking the gates open starting tomorrow and the pool & club house area will be closed until further notice.
The current path for Hurricane Irma has it going up along the east coast of Florida. Even though it might not make landfall, it is still such a large storm that the entire state will get wind and rain. One plus is the storm is expected to gain speed and move past Florida more quickly than it has been moving. Everyone please stay safe.
Next week, because of Monday being a holiday, garbage/recycling pick-up will be on Friday and yard waste pick-up will be on Saturday.
The Pool & Playground now close at 7 PM. Closing time will switch to 6 PM in November after the time change.
Please remember: if you have deliveries coming to your house, please place the company on your Envera list or please be available to answer the phone call from Envera to give them approval. Please see our front gate page if you need help on adding visitors.
We wish everyone a Happy Labor Day holiday this Monday.
We urge all residents to prepare for Hurricane Matthew which is quickly approaching the Florida coast. The center of the storm will move up the coast of Florida but the storm is large enough that all of Florida will feel its affects. We are expecting inclement weather for Thursday and Friday.
Please secure your property by moving lawn furniture and other light-weight items in to your garage so they don’t become projectiles in the wind.
You can also track the storm at NOAA.gov . Also please stay up to date with the weather forecasts on your radio and television stations.
We are going to contact the waste pick-up service and see if they are still planning on picking up our garbage tomorrow. We also expect the pools, club house, and playground to be closed with the bad weather. We will send out information as soon as decisions are made.
This is the current path as of 5 AM this morning.
Everyone please keep you and your families safe during the storm!