COMMITTED TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE

THE BEAUTY OF TARPON WOODS

DEED RESTRICTIONS & DOCUMENTS

IF YOU NEED A COPY OF THE DEED RESTRICTIONS AND OR DOCUMENTS..

.PLEASE CONTACT SALLY JO HOOD, REALTOR.
 SALLYJO313@AOL.COM

OR BEVERLY BUCKLEW, REALTOR  
b_bucklew@yahoo.com

 

We are an advocacy group comprised of your neighbors representing the communities in Tarpon Woods and are deeply concerned about the future of our community. We are not only involved with the saving of the golf course or the correction of our flooding problems but with all things that are now or will be in the future that effect our community. We maintain the common areas of the community, including the entrance islands, with your donations.  

 We are able to bring valuable information to the county officials, through first hand experiences and long term knowledge of the Tarpon Woods Community. The members of the committee have substantial combined experience in the fields of business, law; including land use, engineering, marketing, and real estate. Absent a Home Owners Association we have taken these steps to have a voice with our County Goverment, which a HOA would have.

It is our intent to keep you informed about issues concerning Tarpon Woods, give the community a forum to discuss solutions, and with the community’s support, continue to professionally and courteously apply pressure at all levels of government to find short and long term solutions to issues that effect the Tarpon Woods Community. Our organization hopes to give the community a strong and powerful voice that will expedite resolutions to our issues, continuing to making Tarpon Woods a great place to live.

 

The issues we are monitoring or have monitored are:

  1. Speed control on Tarpon Woods Blvd and Tanglewood Trail (2011).
  2. Sidewalk completion project from the east side of the Brooker Creek Bridge (3051 TW BL) to the last section installed in 2012 to East Lake Road. The bridge is now funded by the county (2015). 
    Sidewalk project, both sides of Tanglewood Trail completed 2015.
  3. Preserving  the Golf Course to maintain property values. 
  4. Facilitate a solution to the flooding issue that plagues a limited number of streets within our community.
  5. Request by owner to rezone 800 Tarpon Woods Blvd from Business Residential to a Commercial property, has been withdrawn.
  6. Proposed construction of Townhomes off Ridgemoor Blvd. In 2013 this was changed to 25 single family homes in a gated community.
  7. Keep the entrance to our community free of unecessary large signage by political candidates and others that violate codes.
  8. Residents have now complained about heavy traffic  in addition to speeding on Tanglewood Trail and Tarpon Woods Blvd and we are addressing that with the County. Too many cars and trucks are using us as a bypass to get back on to East Lake Rd. further north. In 2011 the county installed speed control signs.


To learn more about each of these issues, click on the links to your left