I would like to
make changes to my house or yard, so
what do I need to do?
Note: You do not have to seek approval to maintain or replace any existing approved exterior condition. For example, you don’t need approval to repaint the same color but you would need approval for a different color.
get a copy of the deed
do I report a violation of a deed
Reports of violations of either the Twin Lakes covenants, conditions & restrictions or of the Twin Lakes Rules and Regulations may be made to Kimberly Vetzel, LCAM of West Coast Management and Realty, Inc..
Where do our
maintenance and special assessment fees
How can I contact the Board of Directors?
To contact the board send an email here.
How can I obtain a pool key?
To obtain a pool key
contact the management company.
There is a fee
How can I get a pothole filled?
The best way to report potholes, or road and bridge repairs, is to file a Service Request with the Public Information/Consumer Affairs Department at (727) 847-8110 or (352) 521-4206.
How do I report a
street light that is out?
To report a power outage
call (800) 228-8485.
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.
Any tree on a resident's lot is the responsibility of the home owner and must be trimmed in accordance with the county regulations. Residents should call 727-847-2411 to request trimming.
How do I report
trespassers or illegal activity on
For the undeveloped land that borders our subdivision to the SouthEast, from roughly Tioga Dr. towards highway 54, contact the 1986 Revocable Pourover Trust of Lena Ruth Aiken, 906 Barnett St. NE, Atlanta, GA. 30306. By phone contact Trustee Annette Kerlin McBrayer at 404-923-9045 during business hours or 404-876-3228 in the evening.
Is it ok to dump yard debris on Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) property?
Dumping yard debris on SWFWMD property is violation of law and not allowed. Homeowners will be sited by SWFWMD if they are found to be dumping debris on any conservation area.
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.
Twin Lakes is a 235 home, deed restricted community in Land-O-Lakes, Florida.
The Twin Lakes Subdivision Homeowners Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization created to maintain the community.
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