Hurricane Ian 2022

Your South Bay HOA board hopes that all residents are safe from Hurricane Ian. The board will be assessing damage to the common areas as soon as possible and will secure contractors as needed to restore the beauty of our neighborhood grounds.

As a reminder to all residents: You are responsible for removing debris and downed trees from yards and roadways as well as homes which maintain ‘up to the walking paths’ from backyards.

Large trees which have fallen as well as trunks which are too large for county pickup are the responsibility of the homeowner to remove via contractor.

Smaller organic tree debris should be picked up by the county starting Wednesdays, but the county may also be looking at outside contractors to begin bulk pickup routes as they did with Hurricane Irma. Small organic debris may sit in front of your home for several weeks before the county comes by to pick them up via contractor, and residents will not receive any HOA notices during this time UNLESS the Wednesday pickups begin immediately and are taking tree debris as normal. If as normal, the homeowner is responsible for proper bundling and placement of debris so it can be picked up in a timely manner.

If you have any questions please see the following links for contact information:

Common Grounds Committee

Architectural Committee

HOA Board

Dock Flooding & High Water Levels on Lake Butler

Lake Butler is experiencing historically high water levels in 2022. The South Bay dock available for resident and guest use is currently partially flooded. Please use caution if residents or guests chose to use this amenity while flooding and high water levels are still occurring.