Welcome to Land O’ lakes, Florida.
We’re glad you’re here.
Street Sweeping Corporation of America will be in the community on November 18th to redo areas of the community streets that was missed during their last visit to the community which was not scheduled with the Association.
Please do not park your vehicles in the road the morning / day of November 18, and ensure your trashcans are not on the street and properly stored. This will allow them to do a proper cleaning of the community roads before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Karen Mason, HOA President
To read all of Karen’s messages read her blog.
Notice of Annual Meeting:
Our required annual association membership meeting will take place November 6, at the pool, starting at 10 a.m.
10/22/21 Message from the President:
Just a quick update and a reminder: Our annual meeting will be held at the pool on Saturday morning, November 6 at 10am. I consider this an important meeting because we will once again be discussing our outdated documents and the need to pass new amendments. What I need everyone to understand is that Twin Lakes is now mostly owned by LLC’s and renters. This is why we must lower the quorum needed to pass amendments, which currently stands at 70%. We will never again be able to achieve a 70% quorum. It is imperative that we lower that number to a more achievable goal of 50% +1. With the rise in investor owned property here in our community, even that number will be difficult to achieve. We will discuss this at the meeting and homeowners will have an opportunity to ask pertinent questions about this and other topics. The currently proposed amendments require a notary signature, and we will have at least one or two present at the meeting. It is time for this community to come together as neighbors and get this done. I am tired of hearing that we have a hidden agenda or that we are up to something. This community is very lucky to have a Board that cares about doing what is best for this community as a whole. We are an educated group that makes decisions responsibly. The neighborhood looks as good as it ever has, our budget is incredibly healthy and we have good and reputable vendors working for us. We take complaints, ideas and suggestions seriously. Nobody is perfect and we cant please everyone, but we are trying hard. We need your support, so please come to the meeting and get involved with caring about your community and your neighbors. That said, we have 3 open positions on the Board, please consider participation. We will also have a sign up sheet for those interested in being on a committee such as: curb appeal award selection, social event planning, and also an “enforcement” committee.
Now an update on our sign. On Friday, October 1st, a van hit a utility pole at the entrance to our neighborhood and the pole fell on our sign. The sign is a total loss. I am going to apologize in advance for the time this is going to take to repair and replace. There are many moving parts to this replacement since the sign was not built on our property. Thankfully, the driver of the van was not injured and did have insurance. The issues come with the hired vendor having to secure permits and approval from the county, as well as confirming setbacks and a few other formalities. Your board must also agree on keeping the current design or changing it in favor of an updated look. We are lucky to be in a position to do whatever we want financially. Especially since one side will be reimbursed by insurance. We would love your opinion at the annual meeting.
To read all of Karen’s messages read her blog.
The 2021 fees are $159 per quarter.
Fees are due on or before: January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1.
We envision a community that offers an inspiring lifestyle and quality of life, and is a desirable place in which to live and enjoy the benefits of family, friends and community.
Our mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life and sense of community through effective and efficient management of the Association, enforcement of rules and covenants to preserve property values, and support initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of the community.
In all our activities to achieve our vision and mission we value integrity, fairness, consistent firmness and common sense, community participation, respect, cooperation and sense of community.
Meet our Board
Here are our 2020-2021 board members.
Association Board Meetings:
Official meeting notices will be posted on the announcement board at the pool entrance and will include the agenda for the next meeting. Board meetings are typically held the last week of the month. Check the announcement board for the exact date.
To see approved meeting minutes click here.
Here you can download PDF documents.
• Architectural review committee request form
• Florida 720 disclosure for home sellers & purchasers
• Association Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions
• Association “Rules and Regulations”
• Mission, Vision & Values
• Subdivision map
Our FAQs are here.
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• Tropical Storm/Hurricane Preparation
• Activities for kids
• Pasco County Government
• State of Florida Government
• Federal Government
• Misc links
Meeting & minutes
Upcoming board meetings: Official meeting notices will be posted on the new sign at the pool entrance and will include the agenda for the next meeting. Meetings are held the last thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the pool, unless otherwise posted.
Our annual membership meeting will be held November 9, at the the pool. Time – to be determined.
For approved meeting minutes review this page.
For news about the neighborhood such as how to volunteer to be on a hearing panel, job matching service, code enforcement and information on raccoons review this page.
Pool rules and regulations are found on this page.
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