Our committees provide an opportunity for everyone to get involved in a particular area in our community. They exclusively deal with one particular issue and one goal. Committees are:
HOA (Home Owner's Association)
2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS: (elected volunteer positions)
HOA Office: Area Code (863) 679-1690
Correspondence to the BOD members should first be directed
to our manager, Karl Schroeder (Stambaugh, Inc.) at:
email@example.com, who will pass it on to the Board.
Director at Large
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CAP: (Citizens Assisted Patrol)
Matt Miller, Community Coordinator
Tom Smith, Community Coordinator
CAP is a program run by the Sheriff's Office to assist law enforcement officers in combating crime throughout the county. CAP volunteers patrol the unincorporated areas (Carlsberg Estates, for example) of the county using specially marked golf carts or patrol cars acting as extra eyes and ears for law enforcement. CAP volunteers are provided with uniforms. Volunteers do not carry weapons and have no law enforcement power. They are required to patrol at least 40 hours a year. For more information, contact Tom Smith or Matt Miller. Why not volunteer 2 hours of your time each week - CAP can always use new volunteers.
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ARC Committee: (Architecture Review Committee)
ARC meetings will be held twice a month. Check Calendar of Events for dates and time. Requests in for approval will be discussed at the meetings. You may attend if you have a form waiting to be approved.
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RAC Committee members change frequently. List of current names not available.
ARC (Architectural Review Committee) GUIDELINES-
Please read the ARC Guidelines document BEFORE you
schedule ANY work to be done to the outside of your house. Click here for ARC information and request form.
AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
In case of emergency, always dial 911 FIRST.
A portable AED unit is available in the Clubhouse for emergency use. Click here for more information.
Discounts Seniors Should Know Are Available
Florida Elder Helpline - for information and referrals: 800-336-2226 (Polk County)
For more information, click here.
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