*** ENTRY/EXIT GATE REPAIRS *** The entry and exit arms/gates are pending repairs after a power outage and possbile power surge on Saturday, November 30. The equipment maintenance vendor has made necessary repairs to equipment. Envera, the security monitoring and equipment vendor needs to perform additional repairs to the communication system for the resident gate transmitter (remote) system that is currently still not functioning. It has not been determined when final repairs will be completed. We apologize for the inconvenience. (Updated 12/6/19)
*** RESIDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED *** The CDD is looking for several resident volunteers to assist with the nightly check of the recreation center. Duties include checking that doors are shut and locked, pool gate is fully closed, check clubhouse before and after private events if needed, adjust air conditioning for events as needed, report any maintenance items that may be needed (burned out lights, landscape light issues, timers needing reset, etc.). Anyone interested please contact Tony Gipe at (941) 650-2780 or email him at email@example.com. (Posted 11/19/19)
*** BEWARE OF WILDLIFE IN OUR COMMUNITY - A reminder to all residents and guests that feeding or harassing wildlife is prohibited by Florida law. A Florida Panther was recently seen and otters, including babies, have been reported in some ponds. Of course many of our ponds are home to alligators. In the past residents have reported alligators crossing our community streets, in their yards, near storm drains and ponds, and on the nature trails, especially during alligator mating season. Click here for the Living With Alligators Brochure. Otters, alligators, and most wildlife can get aggressive when approached especially if they have babies nearby. It is against Florida Law to feed alligators, raccoons, sandhill cranes, and most other wild animals. (Updated 12/3/19)
*** PLEASE OBEY THE 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT AND STOP SIGNS - Exceeding the 20 MPH speed limit on our community streets continues to be a problem. Close calls involving both vehicles and pedestrians have been reported. All residents and their guests are expected to observe the 20 MPH speed limit and STOP at the posted stop signs. Help keep our streets safe for everyone. (Updated 11/7/2018)
*** UPDATE YOUR VISITOR LIST ON MyENVERA.COM - A reminder to residents to be sure to update your approved visitors on your MyEnvera account to help ensure a safer community. A letter of trespass may be issued to a non-resident vehicle owner when their vehicle is parked in a common area within our community, however if the vehicle owner's name is on a resident's approved visitor list a trespass letter will not be issued (Posted 8/29/18).
*** CLUBHOUSE AVAILABILITY AND EVENTS IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE - Are you wanting to know if the clubhouse is available for a community or private event or if there are any upcoming events? All clubhouse reservations can now be viewed on the Events page of our website. Just click on EVENTS at the top of any page at www.harbouragecdd.org.
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