Board Updates

I’m very sad to announce that three of our long time board members have resigned. We are thankful for all of their hard work over the years and their contributions to the community. Thank you Dan Morrison and Greg and Beth Hamaker for your service!!

This resignation has created 3 board positions that need to be filled. If you are interested in volunteering, please reach out to Frank Moya, Janet ( or I.

Pool Open

The pool has been serviced and the water quality is back to a level that allows for public use. The condition of the pool and the water will both be under close observation for the coming weeks and we expect continued improvements moving forward.

If there are any concerns pertaining to the pool we encourage you to contact our property manager  so they can be addressed.

We apologize for the small inconvenience that closing the pool may have caused but the safety of our residents will remain the top priority of our community.

Pool Closed

Please be advised that the community pool has been closed until further notice. The HOA Board had received several complaints from residents about the water quality. After requesting and reviewing water quality tests it was determined that is in the best interest to keep everyone out of the pool until the water quality is improved.

Understand that the Board is very much aware of the situation and are taking actions to rectify the situation as quickly as possible.

Please be sure to share this information with neighbors who have not chosen to follow the website for updates.

Update: July 6, 9:00 pm

The HOA Board has made the decision to cancel the contract of the current pool service provider due to the ongoing water quality issues we have experienced. The service provider did not take responsibility for any of the issues currently affecting the pool closure and thus it is in the best interest of the community to look for a new provider.

In the interim, a pool service company used at other Greenacre Properties managed communities has been hired to correct the water quality issues. It is anticipated that the pool will remain closed for another few days until it is deemed safe again.

crime report

Local Crime Report | June 20 – June 26

A weekly crime report is provided by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department., District 3. This report is provided to you, the members of our neighborhood and apartment coalition, in an effort to help combat crime in District III and keep you informed of relevant criminal trends and patterns in the area. It is also designed to be used in conjunction with the HCSO website to learn about calls for service and law enforcement related incidents in your communities. The report will include a map and general information about criminal activity in District III as well as a breakdown by each Community Resource Deputy’s area of the district for more specific, neighborhood-focused details. Please note, this is not an exhaustive list of all incidents in District III; it focuses on burglaries, robberies, and automobile thefts in this particular report. Please visit the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s website at for more information.

Crime Report

Additionally, our Community Resource  Officer, Deputy Jeffrey Carson, has supplied us with a useful document showing the best means for communicating concerns to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. This document does a very good job of walking you through the appropriate steps if you need to report a crime in progress, notify of suspicious activity, or have a deputy dispatched out to your home. It is suggested that you keep this document near a phone in your home or stored somewhere on your cell phone.

HCSO Communication Guide