Most Recent Announcements

Notices and announcement are posted here on a regular basis to keep our community members informed of current events affecting our neighbors and business conducted by the Board of Directors on behalf of the community.

☆ Coyotes in Community ☆

posted Nov 2, 2018, 9:17 PM by Longwood Green HOA   [ updated Nov 2, 2018, 9:18 PM ]

As many of you know, from time to time, we have unusual wild animal sightings in the community.  Bears, panthers and coyotes are rarely seen in the community; this is a reminder to be aware that sometimes they have a presence without you knowing about it.  Most recently, on October 30 we received a video from a homeowner on Blackwater Place showing a couple of coyotes cruising through the community.  This is not the first time or the last for coyotes walking our streets.  Please click on the link below to watch the video.

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Keep in mind, some of unsupervised pets may be in jeopardy,  We've had prior "disappearances" of cats before which is one of several reason to not let them roam freely throughout the community.

Please remember to avoid feeding wild animals including raccoons and feral cats.

The HOA owns almost 10 acres of green space of which a good portion is wetlands and as you might imagine the area is a haven for wild animals.  A partial list of animals spotted in the community include:

Panthers, Coyotes, Bobcats?
Raccoons, Opossums, Armadillos,
Sandhill Cranes, Whooping Cranes, Ducks, Hawks, Owls
River Otters, Water Moccasins, Alligators?

☆ Fertilizer Restrictions ☆

posted Oct 2, 2018, 1:06 PM by Longwood Green HOA   [ updated Oct 10, 2018, 10:03 AM ]

Seminole County Fertilizer Restrictions     

Seminole County has adopted a fertilizer ordinance aimed at implementing scientifically sound fertilizer practices that preserve our waterways while still allowing for attractive landscapes. This is relevant not only to people who fertilize their own lawns but also to those who use a professional service. All cities within Seminole County including Longwood have adapted the fertilizer ordinance with the only exceptions of Winter Springs which adopted the state model ordinance and Sanford which is still working on adopting an ordinance. Refer to the specifics of the ordinance below.

☆ Monthly Board Meeting ☆

posted Apr 21, 2017, 8:14 AM by Longwood Green HOA   [ updated Nov 14, 2018, 3:24 PM ]

Monthly Board Meeting     

Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 6:30PM

Longwood City Commission Chambers 

175 West Warren Avenue, Longwood, FL 32750

The HOA Board of Directors meet the third Thursday of every month (except December) to conduct business on behalf of all homeowners. Homeowners are encouraged to attend Board meetings to provide comments, concerns and feedback to Board members about the community.

The primary focus in November is the annual HOA budget for 2019. The Board will review a proposed budget and make a decision regarding potential increases in annual assessments. The current proposal calls for an $8 annual increase which will help stymie pressure resuling from increasing costs to operate the HOA. Homeowners are encouraged to participate in this meeting and provide their input before a final decision is made.

              Agenda for Monthly Board Meeting                
          1. Call Meeting to Order
          2. Verification of Quorum
          3. Proof of Notice
          4. Review and Approval of previous Board Meeting Minutes
          5. Incident Report
          6. Status Report
          7. Old Business
          8. New Business
          9. Homeowner Questions/Concerns
          10. Adjournment

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