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COVID 19 HOA INFO 

COVID-19 INFORMATION

PHASE 1 -  OPENINGS

PHASE 2 -  OPENINGS 

PHASE 3 - OPENINGS 

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

 

DEL WEBB ORLANDO 

MEMORIAL DAY HONOR ROLL

 

 

New Resident Fact Sheet 

Updated May 11th, 2020

CLICK THE MOVIE BANNER

TO SEE WHAT THEATER RELEASE MOVIES

ARE AVAILABLE TO WATCH ON DEMAND

 

 

Movie list A-Z Updated

* all movie rentals are first come first serve

HOA News

Resident Connect Portal Login HERE

 

Link to: Architectural Review Committee Page 

The next ARC Meetings will be:               

May 27th at 9:30am

Trash Pickup - Please follow the link below to view your scheduled pick up days. For additional information regarding bulk items and Holiday scheduling, please call Polk County at (863) 284-4319 or go to their website directly:

http://www.polk-county.net/waste-and-recycling/holidays/

  • Mosquito Control - Polk County fogs the community periodically to assist with lowering the mosquito population. This typically takes place during late evening hours.