Pool and Park Closed

Resident and community safety is always our top priority. We are taking these immediate actions to safe guard our residents and community due to the current pandemic.

The swimming pool and park will be closed until further notice and the swimming pool gate and bathrooms will be locked.

If anyone is seen in the swimming pool area, the community should call the Sheriffs Department. This is being done for everyone’s safety. Signs will be posted soon in these areas.

Stay safe!

Pool Pavers and Heater

As you may have noticed, the pool furniture has been moved under the covered area. This is because we are in the process of cleaning and re-sealing the pavers around the pool. This project is supposed to be completed this week (weather permitting).

Once the pool is usable, the furniture will be put back in its place.

Also, the pool heaters will be installed this Friday! 

Happy Holidays to our wonderful community!

Van Dyke Rd Widening Open House

This is a public meeting for information on the proposed Van Dye Rd widening improvements.

As a member of our community you are encouraged to attend to understand what is happening with this major project.

When: Wednesday November 20, 2019 at 6:30 PM

Where: Gaither High School – Cafeteria.

16200 North Dale Mabry Highway

Tampa, FL 33624

Important message about our ponds

The community (ALL of US) just spent $20,000 to dredge the pond shown in the photo. We had to have it dredged to return it to its original depth so it can function properly. This is the main pond in our neighborhood that collects water and then distributes it to the larger ponds.

Our ponds are known as retention ponds, which means when it rains all of the water that goes into our sewer system ends up on these ponds. In addition to rain water, everything that enters our sewer system eventually makes it into our ponds; including leaves and yard waste (by landscape companies or wind) and trash (like the debris seen in the photo).

We all love looking at the beautiful ponds in our neighborhood. Some of us paid extra for our property during construction to have a lake view and when someone buys a home in our neighborhood they will also pay a little extra for the view.

It is up to us to slow the pollution process down. It’s inevitable that the pond will need to be dredged again. If we can stop the yard waste and litter from entering the sewer system we can delay the need for the pond to be dredged by 40 or 50 years instead of 16.