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Sidewalk Repair Partnership Program
Posted on May 22nd, 2024
Hillsborough County is offering a program to help homeowners with minor sidewalk repairs. Applications are open until June 30 or the funding is expended. All applications and photos must be submitted online. Homeowners can receive funding once every three years. To be eligible for repairs, the raised sidewalk must be a trip hazard with more than ¼” between panels, inclines of more than 3”, or sunken areas with active pooling of water of more than ½”.
 
Click the link to see all the criteria and to submit your application online.
https://hcfl.gov/residents/property-owners-and-renters/roads-and-sidewalks/sidewalk-repair-partnership-program
Pick up the POO
Posted on May 16th, 2024
Your dog - you're on poo-patrol. Carry a bag to properly pick up and throw away all dog poo immediately. It's unsanitary to leave it in other people's yards. Note: dog poo is NOT lawn fertilizer! You're not doing your neighbor any favors by leaving it behind. And they don't appreciate running over it with their lawnmower and have it scattered everywhere. 
Street Parking Reminder
Posted on May 16th, 2024
When you must park on the street, please be mindful and considerate of neighbors: 
  • Don't park across from another parked vehicle so that there's less that 12' of space on the street for passing vehicles. Emergency vehicles and garbage trucks should be able to pass easily. 
  • Don't block mailboxes. 
  • Don't park across from a driveway - it makes entry and exit difficult for the neighbors. 
  • Don't park close to stop signs. 
  • Don't park facing traffic on the wrong side of the street. You must park with the flow of traffic. 
  • Whenever possible, don't park across the sidewalk area of your driveway. Pedestrians and children are safest on the sidewalk, not the street. 
  • Don't park on the grass. 
Once a Week Watering Begins 1 December 2023
Posted on Nov 27th, 2023
The Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) has stated that Hillsborough County residents can only water their lawns one designated day a week beginning 1 December 2023.      
 
Residents can water their lawns either before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on their designated day.     
 
Your watering day schedule:   
• Addresses ending with a 0 or 1 can water on Mondays.   
• Addresses ending with a 2 or 3 on Tuesdays.   
• Addresses ending with a 4 or 5 on Wednesdays.   
• Addresses ending with a 6 or 7 on Thursdays.   
• Addresses ending with an 8 or 9 and common areas on Fridays.     
 
Tips to Keeping Your Lawn Green During Drought Conditions
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2023
During our hot, dry weather months, lawns and landscaping in our area will generally stay green and healthy with a little care. 
A lawn can survive a drought with a deep and extensive root system. These actions will help your lawn’s roots to grow deep. https://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/lawns/lawn-care/improving-your-lawns-drought-tolerance.html
 
NEW Homeowner Portal
Posted on Mar 1st, 2023
Our management company, McNeil Management, has a new Homeowner Portal for all owners to access on their website. To pay your dues, submit alteration applications, submit an Enforcement Request Form, change your mailing address, and more, please register to access your account at https://mcneilmsi.com/
Helpful Links for Community Issues
Posted on Sep 1st, 2022
Hillsborough County and HCSO have resources to help residents deal with issues that are not covered by your HOA and property management team. Some examples include civil nuisances (such as noise or inadequate pet maintenance), criminal matters, trespassing, traffic matters, parking of vehicles on county-owned roads, etc., which must be addressed with the appropriate county agencies. Click here to learn more about these helpful resources.