Welcome Homeowners and Neighbors!
The Greater Pines HOA Board of Directors welcomes you to our community website!
This website is a great place for all neighborhood questions and activities. We hope the information provided serves your needs and encourage you to explore the entire contents.
TRIAD Association is the management company who oversees our community. Please make sure to register for their website to get the most up to date events & updates from the management team. You can do so by going to triad.cincwebaxis.com and clicking "sign in". From there you will select "create new account".
Please make sure to visit the "Neighborhood News" section to the right for important updates about the community.
Board  Meetings are typically held at the pool cabana on the third Thursday of the month. For information on the next meeting please go to visit the "Upcoming Events" section of the website. 
For any questions please reach out to the management team at 352-602-4803.
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Neighborhood News
Community update
Posted on Jan 9th, 2024
Board meeting updates from 05/13/24
Lake county rejected the proposal for the new signs and have sent them back to company for changes again. They are waiting on the contract from the electrical company.
Contours our current landscapers have started some of the landscaping at the monuments. 
The stop signs that were agreed upon by the community have been installed.
Code enforcement is in the neighborhood and will be making weekly visits to address some concerns. 
Next board meeting will be June 10, 2024 at 9AM.
Contact information for the Management.  Triadassocmgmt.com. Please download the add there is items of interest.
Posted on Aug 10th, 2023
Drivers traveling at a high rate of speed continue to pose a safety threat. 
Recent incidents of drivers exceeding the posted speed limit include personal property and community damages.
Folks, please obey our neighborhood Speed Limit! 
Neighborhood cleanup
Posted on Dec 2nd, 2022
Please do not allow animals in the playground, anyone caught wil lbe responsible for the clean up and replacement of the mulch
Posted on Sep 14th, 2021
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.
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
Posted on Jul 23rd, 2021
Statewide, 92% of vehicle break-ins occur on unlocked vehicles. 
An overwhelming amount of weapons, mostly handguns have been stolen from such vehicles.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office urges you to protect yourself against this type of crime by taking the following actions:
·      Always lock your unoccupied vehicles and do not leave weapons of any type in them.
·      Remove valuables from your vehicle. Criminals are attracted to valuable items left in sight.
Posted on Sep 20th, 2020
The HOA Board of Directors would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all the volunteers that help keep our neighborhood GREATER!
To the members of the Neighborhood Watch & Safety Committee, Architectural Review Board and the many flexible volunteers:
You are all amazing and our community is better because of you!
Hurricane Season in Here!
Posted on Jul 24th, 2020
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.
  • Build an emergency supply kit.  Include non-perishable foods & water, as well as plywood and other materials to protect your home.  For a printable checklist of most needed items, visit:
  • Print a tracking map
  • Get an insurance checkup on home, vehicles etc.
  • Check for flood insurance and information
  • Clear gutters, trim trees/shrubs/bushes, remove debris from yards
  • Identify evacuation routes and shelters (don’t forget to plan for pets!)
  • Create an emergency plan and communicate it to friends/family so that you know how to get ahold of one another if needed. 
For specific information regarding how to prepare during a hurricane watch, hurricane warning and what to do during a storm please refer to the following links:
The National Weather Service and NOAA have compiled a wealth of materials and activities to help educate and discuss severe weather (including hurricanes) with kids and teens here: 
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.  
Together, we can weather any storms.
Posted on Apr 3rd, 2020
SOURCE: The News Leader, Clermont April 1, 2020
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.
Visit nasa.gov/stem-at-home-for-students-k-4.html
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.
Visit classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html
The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with interesting videos, activities, fun critter facts and games.
Visit kids.sandiegozoo.org
Yellowstone National Park virtual tours provide opportunity to explore the vast park from the comfort of your home.
Begin your trek at www.nps.gov/yell/learn/photosmultimedia/virtualtours.htm
PBS Kids has games, videos and more to entertain and educate the younger members of your household. Visit pbskids.org
Posted on Mar 19th, 2020
For CoronaVirus Questions:
Residents may call (352) 742-4830 
Monday-Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
can be reached 24/7 by calling 1-866-779-6121
Community Drainage Area Cleanup
Posted on Sep 25th, 2019
Over the last several months your HOA accepted bids and contracted with an environmental company to clean and grade the neighborhood’s storm
water runoff retention areas, culverts and baffles.  In all, there are 25 drainage culverts with baffles in Greater Pines and nearly all of them were almost completely blocked with debris. Unfortunately, there was a huge volume of garbage and litter including old car tires, engine oil bottles, (even an old set of crutches!) as well as papers, soda/beer cans and bottles, snack wrappers, paper etc.

As homeowners, please be mindful that all of the street gutters in Greater Pines lead to these drainage areas. It is vitally important that yard clippings and waste not be blown into the street where it eventually makes its way down these drains then collects and quickly blocks the flow of water.  Instead it should be blown back into the yard-please be sure to communicate this to any lawn service you use!  These culverts do not drain into Lost Lake at the back of the neighborhood as the lake and immediate surroundings have been deemed a conservation area by the State of Florida.  Instead the water is directed into one of the retention areas until it is absorbed or evaporated.

The expense to complete this project was approximately $20,000, however it is evident from the pictures it was long overdue. Thanks to the foresight and planning of the Board there were sufficient funds available to complete this project.  After recent heavy rains, the drainage system proved it was restored and working as intended. 
Moving forward, the landscaping crew is responsible for maintaining the baffles and drainage areas, keeping them free of litter and clearing any vegetation as it grows.  Additionally, there will be annual Spring time inspections of the baffles and regularly scheduled inspections every 5 years of the rest of the pipes/cleanouts.
Welcome Neighbors
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 gphoa@cfl.rr.com
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