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2ND ANNUAL BLUE AND WHITE DOCK PARTY - Wed., Sept. 11th 5:30 to 8:30
Florida Select who does the annual Palm Tree trimming in Regatta Bay is on the schedule to do the palm trees in September.  If you as an owner would like to have your trees trimmed you may contact Florida Select and work out a schedule with them.  They will do individual owner trees for $25.00 per tree if the tree was trimmed last year.  I understand the price is a little higher than previous years.  Florida Select has done a great job keeping our prices reasonable.  Last year we did the palms in August.  We are a month later this year just due to scheduling and work flow. If you would like to get on the schedule for the homeowner trees which are done after they complete the HOA trees please contact them at:
P.S. - Please let them know: if you are signing up and for how many trees, your method of payment, your name, address, email address and phone number.  If there is something specific you wish them to look at please advise that but understand they will not be looking at any individual home trees until they are in Regatta Bay in September to do the HOA trees.  I apologize I did not make that clear in yesterday’s email.  Thank-you for your help and patience. 

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It is that time of year when we must include one daytime watering to keep the clay courts in good condition.  Starting Friday March 22, 2019 the clay courts will be closed everyday from 12 Noon -1:00 pm for irrigation.  We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.  Remember, to book court time just call the Regatta Club and they will book your court time for you.  Their number is 850-337-8080.  Thanks, Anita
- posted 3/4/19
I have had some concern expressed this morning about the traffic light signal leaving Regatta Bay.  Apparently, the signal was not triggering this morning for traffic exiting the Regatta Bay entrance.  I have checked with FDOT and they have advised me that they changed the video trigger point due to the construction on Highway 98.  I was advised to let the Regatta Bay owners know to pull closer to the stop bar on the exit drive leaving Regatta Bay to get the signal to pick up there is traffic there trying to exit.  FDOT is also going to try and expand that stop bar range to help on this issue as well.  If anyone continues to experience the light changing to green on the south side and bypassing changing to green on the northside, please send me an email so I can track the issue and keep FDOT posted.  Thanks, Anita
As the spring is coming upon us, we know everyone is beginning to spruce up their yard clearing out the winter debris.  I wanted to remind everyone that uses lawn services to please ask them:
Not to blow the leaves and debris into the street or storm drains.  The storm drains will block up and we will have water backing up into the yards.
Not to leave clippings, tree limbs, bushes or other items from the lawn on the curb.  The landscape companies should be hauling those items off and disposing of them.  Owners that do not have a way of disposing of yard waste that do their own lawns may follow the Waste Management requirements for disposal.  When doing that please make sure the debris is put out exactly as Waste Management instructs.  Please do not put on vacant lots or HOA property.
Please ask the landscape companies to park on one side of the street in the flow of traffic direction.  What ever side of the street the first company is parked on for that day the others should follow the same pattern.  We want to insure a clear traffic flow for owners and emergency vehicles.  Please ask them not to block neighbors drive-ways.
Just a reminder, children should not be driving golf carts without an adult, dirt bikes and Go-Karts should not be driven on the Regatta Bay sidewalks or streets.  We are looking for a way to accommodate the children’s trikes and ride along toys in an area that would be safe for the children and not hinder traffic in Regatta Bay.
We thank everyone for their help and cooperation.  Anita
PICKLEBALL COURTS OPEN 2/22 - Phone 850-337-8080 to book court time
The HOA has not authorized anyone to come into Regatta Bay to do any repairs on anyone’s home in Regatta Bay.  Someone is calling owners in Regatta Bay stating that they are doing roof checks for damages from Hurricane Michael and appearing as if they are pre-authorized to do this.  They state they have received the owner information from the public records.
The HOA would never authorize work to be done on individual homes.  If they contact you do not let them come to your home and please advise the Sherriff’s Department.  This is a scam.  Please do not let them in your home or let them on any part of your property.  Thanks, Anita
TENNIS COURTS OPEN - posted 2/15/19
We are pleased to announce the tennis courts will open for play on February 15, 2019.  We have installed lighting, new benches, new net posts, new nets and accessories.  We have also resurfaced the tennis courts.  We know you will enjoy the beautiful new courts and the night lighting too!  You will need to call the Regatta Club at 337-8080 to make your reservations for court time.  When the warm weather starts please know the courts will be watered everyday between 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm so no court time can be booked during that time. We will adjust the time as soon as we can properly determine the needed watering time so we do not have to block any more time than necessary.  For now, we only have to water between 12:00 am-1:00 am.  Please be conscious of not giving the code out and help us take good care of your newly upgraded amenity.  Children should not be on these courts without an adult.   Bicycles or other non-tennis items should not be on these courts.  Appropriate shoes for playing on clay courts should always be worn. 
The pickle ball court surface had to be repainted due moisture conditions causing the paint to blister.  We have just had that process completed and are letting the courts cure.  
We are continuing to upgrade the Regatta Bay Amenities and we will keep you posted.  Enjoy all that your Regatta Bay Community has to offer.  It is truly a special place to call home! Thanks, Anita
I was advised that the trash pick up days for Regatta Bay were changed.  I am sure most of you know that but just to clarify from the email yesterday the trash pick-up days are:
Waste Management pickup days have been changed to Tuesday and Friday with lawn debris on Friday. 
Another reminder, when not out for trash pick-up the trash containers should not be able to be seen from the street.  Thank-you, Anita
Below are a few reminders for what we find are the most frequent violations to the Rules and Regulations that help keep Regatta Bay a beautiful place to live.  We would appreciate everyone taking a moment to read and help us help you keep Regatta Bay a wonderful community to call home for all.  Thank-you, Anita
Ø    PETS              Pets are allowed in the community.  Resident may allow pets to remain in a fenced yard.  However, at no time are animals allowed outside a property without a leash.  You are required to clean up after your pet and dispose of refuse appropriately.  No pets are allowed in the pool or in the pool enclosure area.  Walk your animal in the street or on the sidewalk, not on your neighbor’s grass.  Pet refuse may not be allowed to accumulate to the degree that an objectionable odor can be detected, even on your own property.  Control your animal; outside barking dogs will not be tolerated.
Ø    TRASH PICK UP       Trash containers are provided by Waste Management and each home must use the receptacles for trash pickup.  Containers must be taken to the curb, no earlier than Friday and Tuesday evenings for pick-up on Saturday and Wednesday mornings. Yard debris pickup and recycling are scheduled for Friday.  Yard debris may not be placed on common areas, vacant lots or right of ways. In an effort to control this type of behavior, Okaloosa Code Enforcement will be contacted to investigate any form of dumping.  A fine may apply. “Please keep trash containers shielded from view from the street when not out for pick up.” 
Ø    VEHICLES                  All vehicular traffic must abide by posted speed limits and stop signs. Only passenger cars and light trucks are allowed to be parked within the complex.  No motor homes, buses, RV’s, or large trailers are to be occupied or stored within the complex.  No types of off-road vehicles are to be operated within the community.  Vehicles with loud pipes or exhaust systems shall not be allowed to operate.  Parking within the complex, is regulated; all vehicles should be parked in garages or on individual property driveways.  No major vehicle repairs are allowed.  No vehicles may be left on the street, overnight and must be parked in front of the home you are visiting.  No parking on the grass is allowed anywhere in the complex.  This includes residents, guests and visitors. Our streets are narrow and illegal parking would constrict traffic and impede the passage of fire or emergency vehicles.  Your vehicle may be towed or ticketed. Bicycles, light duty motorized scooters, and electric vehicles are permitted but must be operated safely.  No one under the age of sixteen (16) shall operate a golf cart, motorbike or ATV on the roads, common areas, or golf course, without an adult (21 years of age) present in or on the vehicle and must be properly insured for damage to common area or personal property.
Brightview and Turf Care have been working diligently on getting the irrigation system back up to full operating order.  They are aware that the Sailmaker area in particular had many issues with getting water to those homes.  Jaaron, Ben and John have replaced some of the components that send information out to the system which as of yesterday they did have Sailmaker back up and running.  We have found that some owners due to frustration are opening valves near their home and watering manually.  When that occurs it causes other areas of the system to fail.  Please do not do that.  We understand your frustration and are continuing to try and improve the system.  If you are having issues getting water to your home please send me an email with your name, your address and what the issue is.  I can then send that directly to the person that would be responsible for working on that issue.  Thanks, Anita

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