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Rules

Please report any site problems to our Community Association Manager:
Melissa Wood, CAM
(813)936-4120 ext 126
MWood@greenacre.com

Rule 1: Sidewalk-Mailbox Blocking

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

JURISDICTION – ALL SIDEWALKS AND MAILBOXES IN WEST MEADOWS  RULE 1.  SIDEWALK – MAILBOX BLOCKING  The sidewalks of West Meadows were designed for pedestrian use only. Sidewalks were never intended for the storage/parking of automobiles or to be blocked by the storage of any other personal property.  Pedestrian use includes walkers, joggers, runners, roller skaters, bicyclists, scooters, skateboarders, baby carriages and other human powered devices not powered by electricity, steam, wind or an internal combustion engine set forth as illustration and not by way of limitation.  Blocking of the sidewalk, by a member and/or his guests/tenants, AT ANY TIME either fully or partially, permanently or temporarily, by parking a motor vehicle, motorcycle, boat, or trailer across a sidewalk and/or leaving any personal property upon the sidewalk – is prohibited  Parking on the street, by a member and/or his guests/tenants, in front of or near a mailbox so as to block or impede the delivery of mail is prohibited.

Adopted: July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Rule 2: Street Parking and Inoperable Vehicles

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and. operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

JURISDICTION – ALL STREETS WITHIN WEST MEADOWS
RULE 2.  STREET PARKING AND INOPERABLE VEHICLES

Members and their guests/tenants are prohibited from parking a motor vehicle or trailer, motorcycle on/in the streets of West Meadows in excess of four (4) continuous hours. Vehicles parked in repeated violation of this Rule are subject to towing. 

Parking a motor vehicle and/or trailer anywhere on the common grounds of West Meadows and/or upon any homeowner lot with its wheels wholly or partially upon grass and/or landscaping is prohibited. 

Any automobile, trailer or motor vehicle parked with its wheels wholly or partially on the grass or landscaping of the common property of the Association is subject to towing. 

Only operable vehicles with current license plates, registration and statutory insurance coverage may be operated on the streets of West Meadows and/or parked/stored on any lot.  Any other vehicle must be stored inside a residential garage with the garage door completely closed. 

This rule supersedes and revokes any prior Rule and or Regulation regarding the subject matter except any matter contained in the Declaration of Covenants.

 

Adopted:  July 19, 2011 • Effective: August 1, 2011 Promulgated • Website, Newsletter, Recording

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Rule 3: Towing

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

JURISDICTION – ALL STREETS AND SIDEWALKS WITHIN WEST MEADOWS.

RULE 3.  TOWING

In addition to other enforcement remedies that the Association may have with regard to the repeated violation/s of the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, regard to street and sidewalk parking; TOWING, after reasonable notice, may be employed as a violation enforcement remedy. 

The following procedure shall be employed when towing vehicles in repeated violation of RULES 1 AND 2.

Upon observance of a violation of RULE 1 AND/OR 2, a Member of the Board of Directors and/or the Community Association Manager may complete in duplicate a form known as FINAL NOTICE BEFORE TOWING and attach one of the completed forms to the violating vehicle underneath the driver side windshield wiper and file the other completed form in the Community Association Manager’s TOWING BOOK.  A specimen of a FINAL NOTICE BEFORE TOWING is attached hereto for reference.

  • Upon a subsequent observation of a violation of RULE 1 AND/OR 2 by the same vehicle, 24 hours subsequent to the issuance of the FINAL NOTICE BEFORE TOWING, a Member of the Board of Directors and/or the Community Association Manager may summon the towing company with which the Association contracts and authorize the violating vehicle to be towed and impounded pursuant to Florida Statute 715.07.  The Member of the Board of Directors and/or the Community Association Manager shall make notation on the Association’s copy of the FINAL NOTICE BEORE TOWING of the date, time and circumstances surrounding the tow.

This rule supersedes and revokes any prior Rule and/or Regulation previously adopted regarding the subject of towing.

Adopted:  July 19, 2011 • Effective: August 1, 2011 • Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Click here to download FINAL NOTICE BEFORE TOWING

Rule 4: Fishing

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

JURISDICTION – ALL BODIES OF WATER, PONDS, LAKES AND RETENTION PONDS PERMITTED AND/OR OWNED BY WEST MEADOWS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

RULE 4.  FISHING

The Board of Directors at its July 19, 2011 Meeting reaffirmed that the Common Property of the Association is dedicated to the common use and enjoyment of the Owners and enacted the following rule regarding fishing in the Association’s bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention ponds:

Fishing in the bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention ponds is limited to Owners/tenants and their immediate live-in families only.  An Owner’s/tenant’s guest may enjoy fishing only if the Owner/tenant is personally present with the fisherman.  Fishermen shall respect the privacy and property of other Owners/tenants adjoining and/or near the bodies of water, lakes, ponds and retention ponds by not entering upon lands other than the common property of the Association, and by maintaining proper decorum in terms of behavior, noise and trash/debris disposal.

The only fishing allowed in the bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention owned and/or permitted by West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. IS CATCH AND IMMEDIATELY RELEASE ALIVE.   Fish may not be intentionally killed/harvested or removed from the bodies of water, lakes, ponds and retention ponds of West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. for purposes of consumption and/or mounting

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

JURISDICTION – ALL BODIES OF WATER, PONDS, LAKES AND RETENTION PONDS PERMITTED AND/OR OWNED BY WEST MEADOWS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

RULE 4.  FISHING

The Board of Directors at its July 19, 2011 Meeting reaffirmed that the Common Property of the Association is dedicated to the common use and enjoyment of the Owners and enacted the following rule regarding fishing in the Association’s bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention ponds:

Fishing in the bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention ponds is limited to Owners/tenants and their immediate live-in families only.  An Owner’s/tenant’s guest may enjoy fishing only if the Owner/tenant is personally present with the fisherman.  Fishermen shall respect the privacy and property of other Owners/tenants adjoining and/or near the bodies of water, lakes, ponds and retention ponds by not entering upon lands other than the common property of the Association, and by maintaining proper decorum in terms of behavior, noise and trash/debris disposal.

The only fishing allowed in the bodies of water, ponds, lakes and retention owned and/or permitted by West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. IS CATCH AND IMMEDIATELY RELEASE ALIVE.   Fish may not be intentionally killed/harvested or removed from the bodies of water, lakes, ponds and retention ponds of West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. for purposes of consumption and/or mounting

Adopted:  July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Adopted:  July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Rule 5: Trademark

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

RULE 5.  Trademark

The letterhead sand crane with other accent design features is a registered trademark owned by the West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. and may not be duplicated, transmitted, distributed, posted, disseminated or used in any form for any purpose without the express, written permission of the Board of Directors of West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc.  Should express written permission be granted by the Board of Directors of West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc., said permission may also be withdrawn or cancelled at anytime and for any reason that the Board of Directors of West Meadows Property Owners Association, Inc. in its sole discretion, deems appropriate and/or necessary.  Said revocation shall be also transmitted in writing.  This Rule shall be incorporated into and made a part of any license regarding the use of the Trademark.

Adopted: May 17, 2011

Effective: May 16, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter and Recording

Rule 6. Trailers, Boats, RVs and Portable Storage Containers

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

RULE 6.  Trailers, Boats, RVs and Portable Storage Containers

No boat of any style or size, no trailer of any style or size and no recreational vehicle of any style or size may at any time be parked or stored upon any street , sidewalk, driveway, anywhere on any lot, on grass, common property or private property in West Meadows unless completely screened from view from the street or from any neighboring lot  – by any Owner, tenant, member of Owner’s family or guest of any owner.  Boats, trailers, inoperative vehicles and or recreational vehicles may only be parked/stored inside a residential garage with the garage door completely closed.

No portable storage container (commonly known as a POD) may be stored or placed on any lot in excess of four (4) days.

Adopted: July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Rule 7: Storage

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

RULE 7.  Storage of Personal Property

Storage of barbecue grills, lawn mowers, lawn care tools, bagged products such as fertilizer and/or mulch, bicycles, building products and materials, ladders and other personal property, when not in use, is limited to the interior of the garage with the garage door completely closed or completely screened from view from the street or from any neighboring lot.  Examples mentioned previously and elsewhere in the text of this Rule are by way of illustration and not by way of limitation.

Trash receptacles are to be brought out and placed beside the street for pick-up only on the scheduled pick-up day and removed the same day – at all other times stored completely screened from view from the street or any neighboring lot.

No portable storage container (commonly known as a POD) may be stored or placed on any lot in excess of four (4) days without an approved ACC Application.

Propane tanks, and/or water conditioning tanks must be screened from view from the street or any neighboring lot.  Water barrels or other containers used for the collection of roof run-off and/or rain collection must be completely screened from view from the street or any neighboring lot.  Water conditioning and pool filtration/circulation machinery/plumbing, and air conditioning condensers  shall be completely screened from view from the street or any neighboring lot by landscaping of appropriate size, a masonry wall  with approved painting, or approved fencing.  .

Adopted: July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Rule 8: Pets

Pursuant to the authority of the Board of Directors to make and adopt additional rules and regulations relating to the use, maintenance and operation of the SUBJECT PROPERTY contained in the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS FOR WEST MEADOWS, Article XII, Paragraph G., the Board of Directors makes, adopts and promulgates the following Rule and Regulation:

RULE 8.  Pets  

No dog houses or outside structures of any kind designed for the exercise, shelter or restraint of pets are allowed in West Meadows including but not limited to cages and/or other containment devices.   Dogs and pets are to be under the direct control and supervision of their owners at all times.  Dogs are not to be left unattended out of doors while the owner is not at home regardless of whether they are in a fenced area.  Clothesline runs are prohibited in West Meadows.  Dogs may not be chained, staked or leashed to a tree or other object unattended.

This Rule supersedes and revokes any other inconsistent and/or conflicting Rule or portion of an inconsistent and/or conflicting Rule – previously enacted.

Adopted: July 19, 2011

Effective: August 1, 2011

Promulgated: Website, Newsletter, Recording

Rule 9: Fences and Hedges Guidelines

WEST MEADOWS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
FENCE AND HEDGE GUIDELINES

Pursuant to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions and Easements for West Meadows, Article VII, §A, gives the Association the right to exercise architectural control, through the Architectural Control Committee (ACC), over all improvements constructed, erected, or placed upon any part of the Property, to assist in making the Property a community of high standards and aesthetic beauty. Article VII of the Declaration indicates that architectural control may include all architectural aspects of any such improvement including, without limitation, size, height, site planning, setbacks, exterior design, materials, colors, open space, landscaping, water scaping and aesthetic criteria.

Fla.Stat. §720.3035 requires the Association to establish published guidelines and standards authorized by the Declaration of Covenants. Fla.Stat. §720.3035(2) indicates that the Association has the right to published guidelines and standards and the Association has the right to restrict the right of a parcel owner to select from the options provided in the published guidelines of the Association. In order to ensure that the Association has established standards for fences and hedges in West Meadows, the Board of Directors of the Association adopts the following Fence and Hedge Guidelines. Both the Board of Directors and the ACC, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, will enforce these Fence and Hedge Guidelines. The Board of Directors will settle any inconsistencies and conflicts in these Guidelines that are brought to the attention of the Board of Directors by the ACC.

It is noted that any row of closely planted shrubs, bushes or low-growing trees which would have the immediate or intended effect of forming a fence or boundary are to be governed by these Guidelines and, as such, must adhere to all requirements of these Guidelines, including location and height restrictions.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Article VII of the Declaration of Covenants requires that in order to obtain approval for a fence or hedge, a survey or such plot plan showing the owner’s property and adjoining properties with all permanent structures (including existing fences and hedges) must be submitted. The survey must show the location of proposed fences or hedges, fence or hedge heights, all transition points of fences, gate locations, distances from property lines, existing or proposed grades, all easements, drainage or utility structures, landscaping, locations, and list the specifications of all fence or hedge materials.

MATERIALS:

The following materials shall be used to construct a fence.

White or beige PVC

Other materials or designs as approved by the ACC.

Hardware. All nails, screws or staples shall be galvanized to exist rust.

Shrubs/Bushes/Hedges shall be of a plant variety approved by the ACC.

Black Aluminum Wrought-Iron style fencing is permissible.

CONSTRUCTION:

 Unless otherwise approved or noted, fences shall be assembled either in a shadow box design with a maximum gap between PVC boards of 2-1/4 inch or a PVC board on board design. The rail side of any fence must face in towards the owner’s property.

 All posts must be cemented and set at a minimum of 36” into the ground. Posts shall be spaced not greater than 8’ on center (PVC 6’ on center).

 Maximum height of a fence or hedge shall not exceed 6’. Height of rear property line fences or hedges on lake, pond and conservation lots shall not exceed 4’. Rear property line fences on lake/pond lots must be picket style design or wrought-iron style. The pickets will be placed on the outside of the fence with the maximum spacing between pickets of 2-1/4”.

 Fence construction shall have the fencing slats attached to three (3) rails on all 6’ high fences and two (2) rails on all 4’ high fences. Gates must be constructed similarly and should be reinforced to prevent sagging.

 The ACC must approve any materials, construction and/or designs.

 Landscaping will be planted in front of all fencing facing a street to soften the fence appearance.

LOCATIONS:

Front Setbacks. Shall be a minimum of 35’ from the front property line or 10’ behind the closest point of the house to the street, whichever is further.

Corner Side Lots. This Guideline recognizes and is based on a balance between the homeowner’s right to privacy and their obligation to assure safety for themselves, other homeowners, children, pets, and visitors. This Guideline recognizes that each corner lot is unique and therefore the ACC will review each request for a fence, hedge or plantings on a case-by-case basis. The ACC will among other criteria, review the application considering road and pedestrian safety, non-encroachment on sidewalks and aesthetics.

As a general guideline, on side yards that face a street, the fence or hedge front shall commence at a point approximately 10’ from the back corner of the home towards the front of the home. The fence or hedge side may go out from the side of the house towards the street approximately 15’ from the point of the house furthest from the street (see Attachment A: Sample Diagram of Corner Side Lot Fence Location). In no case shall the fence or hedge be closer than 4’ from the sidewalk. (Note: To ensure compliance with the Declaration, the ACC may modify the fence measurements stated above based on the applicants lot shape and/or lot dimensions.)

Lake/Pond Lots. On side yards of lake/pond lots, fence or hedge height must begin to transition from 6’ down to 4’ at a minimum of 30’ from the rear property corners. (Note: A greater setback may be required if views to the lake by adjoining homeowners is blocked.) The height transition from 6’ to 4’ must take place in an 8’ section of a fence (PVC 6’ section). From that point, the fence or hedge shall continue at a height of 4’ to and across the rear property line.

Conservation Lots. These lots will have the same requirements as lake/pond lots, with the exception that the rear yard fence or hedge must be set on the conservation easement line or to the house side of that line.

Easements. Compliance with the Declaration.

Subdivision Wall. Fences and hedges may interface with the solid wall of the subdivision. All fence and hedge tops must finish below the wall cap on the wall and must not be visible from the street. A fence visible from the street running parallel to the street must be landscaped with appropriate materials to soften the fence or hedge appearance. Also, an access gate must be installed to allow the homeowner to maintain this areas. Please note that Fence Alteration Application should show all landscape and irrigation for this area.

Grandfathering of Wooden Fences. Wooden fences are no longer permitted to be constructed or installed in the West Meadows subdivision. Already existing wooden fences will be permitted to remain so long as they are properly maintained. Any wooden fence that is in existence as of January 1, 2018 is hereby granted an exemption and will be deemed grandfathered in by the Association. Wooden fences can only be repaired and maintained if replacement of less than 25% or if ten or less wooden slats or pickets in a row, whichever is less, is needed to make the necessary repair or maintenance. No major repairs are permitted. Replacement of the support posts for the wooden fence is considered a major repair and is not permitted. Replacing more than 25% of the wooden slats or pickets, or more than ten of the wooden slats or pickets in a row, in a period of 12 months the fence will then be considered in a state of disrepair. So as not to keep making repairs, if such repairs becomes necessary, the fence is considered in a state of disrepair. If a fence comes into a state of disrepair to the point where major  repairs must be conducted, the fence will need to be completely replaced with a fence that is in compliance with the West Meadows Guidelines for Fences and Hedges. Prior to replacement of a fence, the owner must submit an application to the ACC and obtain permission for installation of the proposed replacement fence.

Rule 10: Property Easements

EASEMENTS:

Take time to review your survey or plat map for your lot. There may be an easement upon your lot and you are obligated to leave that easement clear. In accordance with the documents , some of the easements are available to Association Maintenance personnel for the purposes of maintaining the Stormwater Management System, which may include, without limitation, retention and detention lakes, swales, conduits , weirs, pipes, pumps, buffer areas and berms of certain Lots. The entity providing maintenance is hereby granted a perpetual, nonexclusive easement for ingress and egress, at all reasonable times and in a reasonable manner, over and across the Stormwater Management System and over any portion of a lot which is a part of the Stormwater Management System, to maintain, and repair the Stormwater Management System as required by the South West Florida Water Management District {“SWFWMD”) permit. Please keep in mind that NO unauthorized activity may take place within any of the protected wetlands governed by SWFWMD. This is to include dumping of vegetation or other debris, removal of vegetation, hiking, walking, riding of ATVs is expressly prohibited just to name a few.

Please report all suspicious activity to the Association Manager at
mwood@greenacre.com.

Regulations

Please report any site problems to our Community Association Manager:
Melissa Wood, CAM
(813)936-4120 ext 126
MWood@greenacre.com

Dangerous Animals

West Meadows is a nature preserve.

The community was designed to thrive in partnership with the wildlife that originally occupied the property.  However, there are animals that grow to a size and temperament that is not consistent with human peaceful co-existence.  Alligators, wild hogs, wild cats, coyotes, and large snakes are but a few animals that may pose a danger to humans from time to time.

Some simple precautionary human behavior might be helpful in avoiding confrontation with wildlife.  Keeping garage doors completely closed and sealed is important in preventing intrusion of snakes and alligators.  There is little more distressing than to enter your garage and find an alligator or snake underneath your car.  Sometimes alligators sun themselves on the warm sidewalk.  If you are out walking  and notice something ahead on the sidewalk that resembles a piece of re-tread tire, you need to be aware of potential danger from an alligator.  For humans living in a nature preserve, putting uncontained trash out the night before trash pick-up is an irresponsible act.  It attracts and imprints wildlife with an artificial source of food.  With the presence of animals such that were mentioned above, allowing your pet to roam free at night or any other time subjects your pet to the reality of the predatory food chain.  If you put your cat out and it does not come back in the morning, posting “lost pet” signs is likely an exercise in futility.

PROCEDURE FOR REPORTING DANGEROUS ANIMALS

1.  Call the Division of Fish and Wildlife Hotline at 866-392-4286 and report the dangerous animal.  You will be issued a CONTROL NUMBER to document the incident.  The CONTROL NUMBER is important – write it down.
2.  Call the Property Manager at 813/263-5905 and give him the CONTROL NUMBER that you received from Fish and Wildlife.  The Property Manager will then call Fish and Wildlife and make a decision regarding disposition of the dangerous animal.

Lawns

Your Beautiful Lawn

Whatever you choose to grow for your lawn, you are responsible for your choice and for maintaining it in a clean and attractive manner. You are responsible for keeping it trimmed, mowed, free of weeds, bugs, and dead spots. You will spend a considerable sum replacing your sod. It is highly recommended that your research your options so that you do not have to spend an additional considerable sum replacing a mistake.

For more information on the allowed grasses see the UF/IFAS web site:
http://hillsborough_fyn.ifas.ufl.edu/FYN%20PDF%20Files/Selecting%20Turfgrass.pdf

Approved Sod Alternatives:

All must be kept under 6 inches tall.

    • St. Augustine
    • Bahia
    • Bermuda
    • Zoysia
    • Green vegetative ground cover (e.g. jasmine minima)

Covenants & Guidelines

As a deed restricted community, West Meadows is subject to a set of Protective Covenants and Guidelines. You are responsible to review and understand them upon entering a contract to purchase a property in West Meadows. A copy should be provided to the homeowner upon property closing. A complete set is available below:
West Meadows ByLaws
West Meadows Covenants
West Meadows Articles of Incorporation

Sub Associations

Audubon Landing
Doves Landing
Stone Ridge
The Promenade

Violations

Residents are encouraged to bring alleged violations to the attention of the Property Manager.  Any such complaints must be in writing and are always 100% confidential.  The Property Manager then conducts an on-site inspection of the property and, if a violation appears to exist, sends the owner a violation letter on behalf of the BOD. The Property Manager conducts weekly inspections of the community and issues violation letters as needed.

ACC Checklist & Application

Owners may use this checklist as a tool to ensure they have included all requirements in their ACC Application.

Download Checklist HERE

No exterior changes (painting, landscaping, additions, etc.) may be made without first submitting a request application to the property manager. Please note that privacy fencing requests for corner lots also require landscaping along large publicly exposed areas. Each request is considered according to its consistency with the Covenants and Guidelines and overall aesthetic impact to the community.
Download Application HERE

Email Application and Checklist toMWood@greenacre.com

Should your application be denied, you may appeal that decision to the West Meadows Board of Directors. Email wmbod@west-meadows.org

Mailboxes

Please report any site problems to our Community Association Manager:
Melissa Wood, CAM
(813)936-4120 ext 126
MWood@greenacre.com

Audubon Landing

For information regarding repair/replacement of mailboxes in Audubon Landing, contact the Property Manager for Doves Landing using the contact
Yvonne Pugliese, LCAM • ypugliese@melrose-sovereign.com • (727) 787-3461

Doves Landing

For information regarding repair/replacement of mailboxes in Doves Landing, contact the Property Manager for Doves Landing using the contact
Darrell Milstaed, LCAM • (813) 930-8036 X 3021

Eagles Landing

Homeowners are encouraged to protect the base of the post in one of two ways:

1. Placing stones, mulch or shrubbery at the base. Shrubs shall be maintained to a maximum height of 2 feet.
2. Installing decorative base CB1 from Beautiful Mailbox Company.This base is optional.

Suggested vendor:
Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Hawks Landing

Download the mailbox order #1 form HERE
Download the mailbox order #2 form HERE

Homeowners are encouraged to protect the base of the post in one of two ways:

1. Placing stones, mulch or shrubbery at the base. Shrubs shall be maintained to a maximum height of 2 feet.
2. Installing decorative base CB1 from Beautiful Mailbox Company.This base is optional.

Suggested vendor:
Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Eagles Landing

No later than June 15, 2015, all mailboxes in Eagles Landing, Mallards Landing, Hawks Landing and Lakewood shall be replaced with only the mailbox pictured above and described below. Replacements made between June 15, 2010 and June 15, 2015, shall be with the mailbox described below.

The post/mailbox may be purchased from (and optionally installed by) Beautiful Mailbox Company* with the following specifications:

1. The post shall be of black, cast aluminum in the Regency style with standard post cap PC1.
2. The box shall be the black, cast aluminum box CMB4 with gold flag.

Homeowners are encouraged to protect the base of the post in one of two ways:

1. Placing stones, mulch or shrubbery at the base. Shrubs shall be maintained to a maximum height of 2 feet.
2. Installing decorative base CB1 from Beautiful Mailbox Company.This base is optional.

Suggested vendor:
Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Hawthorne Estates

Download the mailbox order form HERE

Suggested vendor:

Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Mallards Landing

No later than June 15, 2015, all mailboxes in Eagles Landing, Mallards Landing, Hawks Landing and Lakewood shall be replaced with only the mailbox pictured above and described below. Replacements made between June 15, 2010 and June 15, 2015, shall be with the mailbox described below.

The post/mailbox may be purchased from (and optionally installed by) Beautiful Mailbox Company* with the following specifications:

1. The post shall be of black, cast aluminum in the Regency style with standard post cap PC1.
2. The box shall be the black, cast aluminum box CMB4 with gold flag.

Homeowners are encouraged to protect the base of the post in one of two ways:

1. Placing stones, mulch or shrubbery at the base. Shrubs shall be maintained to a maximum height of 2 feet.
2. Installing decorative base CB1 from Beautiful Mailbox Company.This base is optional.

Suggested vendor:
Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Lakewood

No later than June 15, 2015, all mailboxes in Eagles Landing, Mallards Landing, Hawks Landing and Lakewood shall be replaced with only the mailbox pictured above and described below. Replacements made between June 15, 2010 and June 15, 2015, shall be with the mailbox described below.

The post/mailbox may be purchased from (and optionally installed by) Beautiful Mailbox Company* with the following specifications:

1. The post shall be of black, cast aluminum in the Regency style with standard post cap PC1.
2. The box shall be the black, cast aluminum box CMB4 with gold flag.

Homeowners are encouraged to protect the base of the post in one of two ways:

1. Placing stones, mulch or shrubbery at the base. Shrubs shall be maintained to a maximum height of 2 feet.
2. Installing decorative base CB1 from Beautiful Mailbox Company.This base is optional.

Suggested vendor:
Forsite
Tom White
Office: 855-537-0200
Cell: 813-245-1974
www.forsite.us
Tomw@forsite.us
P.O. Box 51402
Jacksonville, FL 32240

Stone Ridge

stone-ridge-mailbox
Stone Ridge residents receive their mail at the mailbox kiosk pictured above. The Association does not have any keys or access to any box. All arrangements for receiving mail at the kiosk must be made directly through the United States Postal Service.

Strathmoor Estates



Suggested vendor:

Creative Mailbox and Signs
13046 Race Track Road 225
Tampa, FL 33626-1302
813-818-7100

The Preserve Phase 1



Suggested vendor:

Creative Mailbox and Signs
13046 Race Track Road 225
Tampa, FL 33626-1302
813-818-7100

The Preserve Phase 2

the-preserve-phase2

Suggested vendor:
Creative Mailbox and Signs
13046 Race Track Road 225
Tampa, FL 33626-1302
813-818-7100

The Promenade

For information regarding repair/replacement of mailboxes in The Promenade, contact the Property Manager for The Promenade.

Association Manager, Beverly Weeks
Bweeks@condominiumsassociates.com
813-341-0943
or
Assistant assoc. Mgr, Krystal Copley
kcopley@condominiumsassociates.com
(813) 341-0943

Watergrass

watergrass-mailbox

The Watergrass mailbox and post may easily be purchased at home supply stores.  Please read the specification above carefully for box color, post colors and size and coloring of numbers.  The Association is not aware of a vendor that makes these mailboxes to order. Download drawing HERE

Utilities

Please report any site problems to our Community Association Manager:
Melissa Wood, CAM
(813)936-4120 ext 126
MWood@greenacre.com

Electricity

TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY
702 Franklin Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
813-223-0800

FOR POWER OUTAGES
1-877-5888-1010
TTY HEARING IMPAIRED
813/228-4613

TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD, DEBIT CARD OR CHECK
1-866-300-3069

REPORT STREETLIGHT OUTAGES TO TECO POLE NUMBERS AND NEAREST RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
813-263-5905 OR GO TO www.tampaelectric.com

Directions:
Click on link “Report a Concern”
“Street Lights Out”
Fill out the short questionnaire

Natural Gas / Propane

TECO PEOPLES GAS
702 Franklin Street
Tampa, Florida 33601-2562

CUSTOMER SERVICE
813/275-3700

TTY HEARING IMPAIRED
1-888-535-4911

EMERGENCY 1-877-832-6747
www.peoplesgas.com

Sewage

City of Tampa – Wastewater Department
2609 North Rome Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33607
24/7 EMERGENCY 813/259-1693
Billing Inquiries 813/274-8811

Water

City of Tampa Water Department
306 East Jackson Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
813/274-8811
813/274-8121
WATER EMERGENCY 813/274-7400

Trash • Solid Waste • Landscape Waste • Recycling

City of Tampa – Department of Solid Waste
4010 West Spruce
Tampa, Florida 33607
Utilities Call Center 813/274-8811
Two Collection Days – Monday and Thursday
Recycling (Blue Bin) – Mondays
Yard Waste – Thursdays
For more specifics contact:
Solid Waste Customer Service Center
813/272-5680