July/August 2016 Newsletter
is now available on the website.
Pelicans are located under the menu item
Towing Policy in Key Vista
effective December 14, 2015
The tow company, A1 Recovery, hired by Key Vista will only enter
into Key Vista to tow an illegally parked vehicle once they receive a call from
any resident, employee, or Board member of Key Vista reporting the illegally
parked vehicle. The tow company has been directed to take all pertinent
information from the caller, including the caller’s name, address, and phone
number before sending the tow truck. The vehicle in
question must be in violation to be towed, and the tow driver is required to
photograph vehicle before towing. All days and times still remain in effect.
IF YOU WITNESS A VEHICLE THAT IS FLAGRANTLY ABUSING THE PARKING
RULES, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AS A RESIDENT TO REPORT THAT VEHICLE. THE TOW
COMPANY’S CONTACT INFORMATION IS: A1 RECOVERY, INC. 6129 SIESTA LANE, PORT
RICHEY - Telephone: 727- 536-5600.
CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH YOU’RE VEHICLE MAY BE TOWED:
1-PARKING ON COMMON GROUND AND COMMON GRASS
AT ANY TIME
AT ANY TIME
3-PARKED ON KEY VISTA STREETS FROM
(If you are having a party, you may obtain one day guest passes to park on the
street from 11pm-2AM.)
4- OVERNIGHT PARKING AT THE STORAGE LOT
AT ANY TIME
**YOU MAY PARK YOUR VEHICLE IN THE KEY VISTA CLUBHOUSE LOT ANYTIME
FOR UP TO 24 CONTINUOUS HOURS, AND UP TO 72 CONTINUOUS HOURS WITH A PASS FROM
THE CLUBHOUSE MANAGER. ANY VEHICLES LEFT IN THE LOT FOR MORE THAN 24 CONTINUOUS
HOURS WITHOUT A PASS IS SUBJECT TO TOW.
We ask that all input, questions, concerns, etc regarding towing be
done in writing by contacting our association manager, Chris Haines, at
Key Vista Clubhouse Parking Policy
These will go into effect immediately. The tow company will no
longer be able to access our clubhouse parking lot unless called by the
clubhouse manager. There will be a 24hr free parking policy for residents and/or
guests; with written permission from the clubhouse manager; you can obtain an
additional continuous 72hr pass, limit 1 parking pass per vehicle per week. This
will be on a case per case decision by the clubhouse manager.
We have also formed a new towing committee which consists of 4
resident volunteers. There may be more changes to come; our intent is to keep
our community safe, secure, and happy. All residents are welcome to make any
suggestions. See forms at clubhouse.
Bright House Standard - Analog, Digital, HD Channel
Key Vista residents pay for Bright House Basic/Standard TV
service in their Masters HOA fees. Residents have asked what channels we receive
with this service. The channel listing, as of Dec 2013, is now available online.
You will find the listing under the menu item "Resources" then
Curb Your Dog
- There has been a visible increase in the amount of pet waste showing up on the
sidewalks and common areas around Key Vista. There are "Pet Stations"
distributed throughout our community with FREE bags for waste pickup. There is
NO excuse for not picking up after your animal!
Disputes with neighbors or other law enforcement issues must
be directed to the Sheriff's Dept. Homeowner Associations do not
have law enforcement capabilities.
Keep personal property secured at all times. This
includes homes and vehicles.
There have been solicitors and
suspicious persons in the neighborhood recently. Please be cautious as to
their intentions and call Pasco County Sheriff's
Non-Emergency Dispatch at (727) 844-7711 to have
them removed. The phone number is inside every Pelican
proper procedure is to contact the property manager, Chris Haines, from Melrose
Management Partnership at (727) 787-3461 or
Gulf Trace Elementary
For more information, go to the school's website at
Don't forget to clip those Box
Tops for Education and
Campbell's Soup labels. You can drop
them off in the Clubhouse - (Manager's Office).