If you are selling your home and the buyers require an estoppel, please contact Signature Property Management at 772-219-4474.
If you are with the Association attorney for collection, please contact them directly at 772-287-1745.
Yard waste in all areas will be collected on scheduled pick-up days. Composting of yard waste is welcome, but not required. Follow these guidelines when preparing yard waste for collection:
Place yard waste in several small piles if possible for manual pickup. Don’t mix garbage and yard waste. Loose yard waste, i.e., grass clippings, leaves and small twigs must be containerized. Neatly stack limbs, branches, palm fronds, etc. at the curb. Limbs not to exceed four feet, except palm fronds. No piece to exceed 50 pounds. Separate stumps from other yard waste. No single piece of a tree should exceed 50 pounds. Box it or bag it—individual containers cannot weigh more than 50 pounds.
Stack yard waste in neat, manageable piles
Yard waste that cannot be manually picked up requires a larger truck for pickup. Contact Waste Pro at (772) 595-9390 to schedule a special pickup if you have a large pile of yard waste. Please place yard waste along the street in front of the home and avoid placing debris in a vacant lot.
Please note that for any work that applies to the outside of your house including paint, roof, windows, doors, storm shutters, driveway, sidewalk, trees, and other items in the Rules and Procedures listed in the column to the right, require an ARB.
We will review ARBs at our monthly meetings. It is to your benefit to attend the meeting if you have submitted an ARB as if there are questions they can be answered immediately. We appreciate your support on this item.
Animals at Large—92.03 (A)(1)
All domestic pets must be properly restrained at all times while outside the confines of the owner’s home. Restraint is defined as being on a leash, within an enclosed area or otherwise secured within the property limits of its owner or keeper. Verbal command is not deemed to be proper restraint. Animals captured running loose are transported to the Animal Control holding facility for the owner to pick up. An impound fee of $25 is charged for each animal picked up, and $10 for each night the animal remains at the animal control compound. If the owner fails to pick up the animal, it is transported to the Humane Society of St. Lucie County (772) 461-0687 (772) 461-0687.
The following is in regard to a resident observing someone throwing toys into the lake for their dogs to retrieve.
The rep that Signature spoke to also stated that this does include an animal being off leash chasing things into a pond. She further stated that right now this is a very dangerous thing for people to allow their dogs to do because if there is any alligators present or close by they will attack because we are in the height of mating season for them and they are very aggressive right now.
Also in the Rules and Regulations for Hammock Cove it states that when outside of the Dwelling Structure, all dogs and cats must be accompanied by an attendant who shall have such dog or cat firmly held by collar and leash, which leash shall not exceed eight feet in length.
The pool is open from dawn (sunrise) to dusk (sunset). Please check times at the following link:
Children under the age of 16 cannot be at the pool without an adult.
Hammock COVE aT sAWGRASS lAKES
Call Before You Dig
To avoid costly repairs and construction delays, be sure to contact:
Sunshine State One Call of Florida at 811 or 1-800-432-4770 1-800-432-4770 at least two full business days in advance of any excavation work.
No one under the age of 18 is allowed in the gym.
Please be sure to clean-up after yourself and your children if you eat in the Clubhouse or outside at the pool.
All dogs must be on leashes.
You MUST clean up after your dog(s). Do not discard in the clubhouse garbage can.
HOA Meetings are held at 7pm on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Garbage collection is every Tuesday and Friday.
Recyclables are collected on Tuesdays.
Tree trimmings are collected on Wednesdays.
We have a lot of children in our community, please remember that a child could be playing around the bend.
THE SPEED LIMIT is 15 MPH.