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As part of our Neighborhood Watch Program we post this important bulletin:
 
It has come to our attention that Identity Theft has occurred in the Area whereby residents place their outgoing mail in their mailboxes with the flag up and Identity Thieves come and take it utilizing the information and documents to cause Identity Theft.
 
We recommend that all residents go to the Post Office directly and drop off there outgoing mail in the future.
 
In addition, if you see any Non Postal Employee going into a neighbor's mailbox please call the sheriff's office immediately. 
 
Thank you!
Your Queens Park Board

 

STORAGE CONTAINERS & DUMPSTERS NEED ARB APPROVAL!

THE LAKES ARE GETTING ATTENTION- Falconer Jones, committee chair, & Mark Cunningham, committee member & Board member, are working with our lake maintenance vendor Allstate to monitor the condition of our 3 beautiful lakes. Part of your yearly HOA fee goes toward keeping them healthy & beautiful and we are dedicated to improving these neighborhood treasures. We were hoping to begin the culvert repair project last season, but the water levels were too high to begin the project. We have the funds set aside and plan to do the repairs this season. Please be patient while we work to improve our lakes. We ask that you refrain from confronting the Allstate men on the lakes as they are making every effort to help us.

If you wish to report any problems with the lakes, contact Falconer Jones at 239-250-0660 or Mark Cunningham at 480-616-2102. Please refer to the section of the lake you are referring to as shown on this map:

VIEW LAKE REPORTS CLICK ON DATE OF REPORT BELOW

01-01-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
01-16-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
01-31-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
02-13-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
02-28-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
03-13-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
03-20-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
04-15-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
04-30-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
05-07-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
05-29-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
06-08-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
06-24-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
06-26-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
07-03-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
07-10-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
07-24-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
07-31-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
08-07-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
08-14-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
08-20-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
08-27-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
09-03-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
09-18-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
09-29-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
10-15-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
10-24-2020  Click on Date for Allstate's Lake Report
 
 
 
Alligator Safety
 
 
 
Protect Yourself in Florida Waters
Population growth and the tourism industry have increased the frequency of human-alligator interactions in Florida. You can prevent unpleasant encounters by following our tips.
 
Facts & Safety Tips
·       Leave alligators alone. Alligators are shy animals that usually avoid human contact.
·       Pay attention. Keep an eye on your surroundings near fresh or brackish waters.
·       Avoid vegetation-filled areas of rivers, lakes, and other bodies of water.
·       Do not feed alligators, they will come to associate humans with food and lose their natural fear.
·       Throw fish scraps into trash cans only.
·       Never allow small children to play unattended near water.
·       Watch your pets. Dogs resemble natural prey & are in more danger from alligators than humans.
·       You are more likely to be struck by lightning than attacked by an alligator in Florida.
·       It is illegal to kill or harass alligators. Alligators may only be harvested under special licenses/permits.
·       If you see a nuisance alligator, please contact our Trapper Ray: 239-410-2408 or raythetrapper@gmail.com.
 
 

 


 

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