Mission, Vision & Values:
Objectives: Click here to see our objectivesl
Racoons: Recently, there was a report
on an increase in raccoons in Pasco County that were acting “sick.”
FWC's biologist recommends that no one feed racoons.
Raccoons and other mammals can carry rabies, and the symptoms/clinical signs are not distinguishable from more common diseases such as canine distemper. If exposure (bites or scratches) occurs, immediately wash the affected area with soap and water and seek immediate medical treatment.Pets should be up to date on rabies and distemper (feline and canine) vaccinations, and their veterinarian should be contacted if there is any exposure (bites/scratches) to pets. In either case, the county health department should be immediately notified of any suspected exposure in people or pets.
Annual Meeting Update: Here
are all the documents that were available for review at the annual
meeting in October. They discuss possible ways to improve the community
in the coming year.
Property Manager: Our neighborhood association property manager is Lisa Deprez, LCAM. If you need to contact her, her e-mail is email@example.com.
Association Board Meetings: Official meeting notices are posted at the west Twin Lakes entrance sign and at the pool. See the Meeting & Minutes page for upcoming meeting dates. Board meetings start at 6:30 p.m. and run apx. one hour.
The 2018 fees are $144.50 per
estoppel requests, please contact:
Contact Us : If you have a question or comment about our community you can use the space below to contact the board and the management company. Please provide your name, street address and email and press the "Send" button.
Vehicles & Trees: It is a
Pasco County regulation that all trees on streets serviced by any
emergency vehicles will be at least 15 feet from the surface of the
street to the lowest branch. This includes all streets in Twin Lakes.
The management company has been told by the county that they will trim
the trees when requested by the owner.
No swimming. Beware of alligators. Residents have reported seeing children fishing and swimming in the retention ponds. This may be a very hazardous situation as alligators frequently move from pond to pond and may catch children by surprise. Also, while swimming in warm freshwater, if the Naegleria fowleri ameba enters the body by traveling up the nose to the brain, it can destroy brain tissue. So please do not allow any children to swim in the ponds.
Pool Access: We do not have a public pool! It is for owners, tenants and guests. Residents pay for the maintenance and upkeep of the pool with their quarterly dues. After 10 p.m. trespassers are subject to arrest. If you see someone jumping over the fence please call the sheriff's office dispatcher at (813) 929-1204 or (813) 996-6982 and report the trespassing.
Lot Maintenance: The board is encouraging residents to wash home exteriors, clean driveways, roofs and mailboxs to stay in compliance with our deed restrictions. Please remove any algae from stucco walls and roofs, weed the yard, trim the hedges, paint and make home repairs. If you want to make significant changes please fill out and return an architectural review form.
Lawn Care: Residents may want to check out www.scotts.com. Regular maintenance of your yard will keep it beautiful.
Twin Lakes is a 235 home, deed
restricted community in Land-O-Lakes, Florida.
For any emergency call 9-1-1.
• If you live next to a vacant home, please pick up and throw away newspapers and advertisments and help beautify our neighborhood!
• Looking for ways to save money?
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