Welcometo the neighborhood!
Waterleaf is a gorgeous 607 home community located in the East Arlington area of Jacksonville, Florida. Waterleaf is convenient to everything as we are 7.5 miles from the beautiful Jacksonville Beaches, 9 miles to Naval Station Mayport, and 12.5 miles from downtown Jacksonville. Onsite amenities include a sparkling blue swimming pool, children's waterpark, basketball courts, and kids playground. We have 12 ponds nestled throughout the community and two quiet walking paths through our very own nature preserves. Waterleaf is a spectacular place to call home!
Just a reminder that there is an HOA meeting this Thursday, March 16th, at 6:00pm in the Waterleaf Elementary School library/media room. Homeowners are welcome to speak during the Homeowners Forum held at the conclusion of Board business. Please be sure to sign up on the form. Each homeowner is allowed the floor for 3 minutes. Thanks and hope to see you there!
The board of directors will be meeting with the association’s attorney this Wednesday, March 15th.
Dear Waterleaf Residents,
Thank you for welcoming us into your community. When you bought your home in Waterleaf you became a part of a community and agreed to its rules to ensure order.
Effective March 1st, 2017 our management team will institute inspections to observe and document homes with violations.
Please read and become familiar with your governing documents as a refresher of the association’s rules.
The enforcement of the rules and regulations, including, but not limited to, those below; set forth by the governing documents of the association will be implemented.
a. Residents and guests can park their vehicles in the designated parking spaces which include driveways, garages or any surfaces indicated for parking.
b. Undesignated parking areas include the following:
i) In front of mailboxes ii) Grass iii) Sidewalk
c. Any vehicles which violate the regulations will be warned and may be fined.
a. As per Duval County Ordinances, pets are to be leashed at all times.
b. Picking up after your pet is the law. All owners found not picking up after their pet are subject to fines.
3. Garbage cans:
a. Garbage pickup days are Wednesday. Recycling pickup is Tuesday. Bulk waste is picked up every other Tuesday. Garbage cans are to be put out no earlier than 6:00 p.m. the day before, and are to be returned to the home and placed where they are not visible from the outside of the home by the end of the following day. Bulk waste should be hidden from view until collection day.
4. Architectural Modifications:
a. Modifications to the exterior of homes are to be submitted to the association for approval. Below are examples of some modifications:
i) Shutters ii) Fence iii) Security Cameras iv) Satellite Dishes v) Screened Enclosures vi) Pools vii) Landscape viii) Pergolas
5. Exterior Maintenance:
a. Owners shall maintain all exterior surfaces and other improvements located on Lot and right of way in a neat, orderly and attractive manner. This includes but, is not limited to:
i) Landscaping (lawns) ii) Pools iii) Mailboxes iv) Gutters/ Shutters v) Lights vi) Paint vii) Driveway
Any residents who violate the rules are subject to fines. If you see any violations occurring or have any questions regarding the association, you can reach the management office at 904.642.7547 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office hours: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Friday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Office phones are back online! We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to hearing from you.
Hello Neighbors. The management office recently underwent a 4 hour ATT installation this past Friday, January 20th. During this installation phone service was unavailable. During the installation an issue with the phone service was discovered and phone service will continue to be unavailable until Tuesday, January 24th. We apologize for any inconvenience. Elle is still available during regular office hours and at email@example.com
Hello neighbors. As of now the amenity center is back open; pool, basketball court, and playground. Thank you for your patience while inspections and repairs were made.
Dear WL Neighbors,
We hope this finds everyone safe and without damage.
If you know of damage to the Waterleaf common areas, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may get someone out for restoration. Please note the following:
– The Amenity Center area and pool are closed until further notice. This includes the basketball courts and playground. Please know that this is for your safety and we will notify when the areas re-open.
-There is absolutely NO dumping allowed at the amenity center dumpster!! There are signs posted with the rules and video surveillance. There have already been violators caught. There will be fines imposed!!!
We are very fortunate to live in Waterleaf. Again, let’s remember to reach out to those in need. If you have neighbors who need help, if YOU need help, please let others know or email email@example.com and we will post here on the WL FB so that anyone who can lend a hand will know.
Be safe and take care!!
WL HOA BOD
Just a reminder that there is an HOA meeting this Thursday, September 15th, at 6:00pm in the Waterleaf Elementary School library/media room. Homeowners are welcome to speak during the Homeowners Forum held at the conclusion of Board business. Please be sure to sign up on the form. Each homeowner is allowed the floor for 3 minutes. Thanks and hope to see you there!
There is a new bus stop for Waterleaf students attending Landmark Middle. Starting Friday, August 26th, the new stop will be at the corner of Candlebark Drive & East Hindmarsh Circle. Pick-up is at 9:05am and drop-off 4:20pm. The bus number is 679.
Good news neighbors! According to the Duval County Schools transportation manager, Waterleaf will be getting a bus stop in the neighborhood for Waterleaf students who attend Landmark Middle School. The exact location of the bus stop has yet to be determined but should be announced in the next 2-3 days. Stay tuned!!
Good evening neighbors. Below is an excerpt from the official JSO report regarding the recent home burglary in the 500 block of Candlebark. Please, if you are a victim of a crime report it immediately. If you see anything that appears suspicious or out of the ordinary, report it. The smallest thing could be huge. Thanks!
“The victim reported the burglary the following morning after the incident and the victim stated that they may have left their garage door open during the night while they slept. According to the report, someone inside the burglarized home observed a tall male with hair walking out of the residence with items. As a result of the time of night and low visibility, a clear description was unable to be given. According to the report, the vehicle in the garage was also burglarized, with several items taken from both the home and vehicle.”