Greater Pines home assessment fees are collected annually with your property taxes by the Lake County Tax Collector. According to the Bylaws of the Greater Pines Homeowner’s Association, Inc., these mandatory fees are for neighborhood operating expenses. They are intended to pay electricity bills for street lamps, landscaping, general repairs and maintenance of community areas that include the pool & cabana, tennis courts, tot-lot, water retention areas, entrance monument walls and the wall along Hancock Road.
HOA MEMBERSHIP DUES:
Membership in the Greater Pines HOA is voluntary. Applications for membership may be submitted to the HOA Board of Directors along with $20 annual dues payment, which is due at the beginning of each calendar year.
Monies collected from the membership dues are used for social activities in the community. Prior activities include ice-cream socials, movie nights, community-wide garage sales, neighborhood breakfast, pool parties and the very popular Annual Family Summer Fun Days and Winter Holiday Parties. Additionally, HOA members are entitled to vote for your Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting. These special events are designed to promote and foster neighborhood involvement.
COVID-19 caused the cancellation of most 2021 neighborhood activities. We hope to bring them back as soon as safely possible.
Membership applications and dues may be mailed to the HOA at 14925 Greater Pines Blvd, Clermont FL 34711. They can also be paid on this website via paypal. You can reach the HOA by calling (352) 404-7878, or Email at GPHOA@cfl.rr.com
A MESSAGE FROM YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH & SAFETY TEAM
As Americans focus our attention on a safe and healthy reopening of our country, it remains critically important that as Florida residents, we also remember to make the necessary preparations for hurricane season which began on June 1st.
Take time now to prepare for an emergency and potentially catastrophic damage. Take steps to minimize damage to your home and property as well as the homes and properties of your neighbors.
We’ve compiled a list of helpful links to aid neighbors in preparing for hurricane season.
Preparations to complete before hurricane season:
Sign up for emergency alerts specific to Lake County.
Check in with your neighbors and help the elderly or others who may need assistance getting prepared ahead of a storm. Consider exchanging phone numbers and contact information so that you have them in the event of an emergency.
Here are several FREE resources for interesting projects and fun activities to keep youngsters busy:
Award-winning children's author and illustrator Mo Willems, the Kennedy Center's first Education Artist-in-residence, is offering educational "Lunch Doodles" videos daily at 1 PM EDT at www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems
or on the Kennedy Center's You Tube cannel (www.youtube.com/channel/UCeJesXuEK5ERsyh-0DvM4PQ)
NASA offers a ton of educational and fun resources for children and students of all ages,
from spacesuit coloring pages to instructions on how to build and launch a foam rocket.
The Old Farmer's Almanac has a nice variety of games and stories at www.almanac.com/kids
Scholastics offers resources for teaching grades K-12 to keep kids reading, thinking and growing.
Welcome to the Greater Pines Homeowners Association Official Website. On this website you will be able to view information on the community and contact the Board of Directors. This site is designed to be user friendly and allow residents to obtain information. Please give us your feedback at email@example.com