Welcome to The Palms at Boca Pointe Community Site
Welcome to the Web site specifically for The Palms at Boca Pointe residents.
Brought to you by the The Palms at Boca Pointe Homeowners Association. Contact Us if you have any questions.
The Palms is one of the 26 villages that make up Boca Pointe. Designed in the British Colonial style, there are 175 one and two story private homes.
Centrally located in the community is an Olympic sized pool which is heated during the winter season. Residents use the pool as a beneficial enhancement to their exercise regimen, in addition to recreational swimming. Chaise lounges and chairs around umbrella tables provide a relaxing gathering place for homeowners to meet and mingle. The Palms community offers a peaceful, friendly, beautiful neighborhood that residents are fortunate to call HOME.
- Use the old can for vegetation pick up on Monday morning.
- If you don’t want to keep the old can, place a plastic garbage bag over top or bottom of the old can and lie it on its side at the curb for Monday pick-up/disposal.
The pool will be closed this Friday and Saturday for painting.
The irrigation will be shut off temporarily for service. Please water your plants and shrubs if need be with a hose until we let you know the sprinkler system is fixed.
Just received confirmation notice that power washing of the driveways and walkways will begin Tues. Sept 3.
There is a difference between the services of a landscaper who is employed to maintain a community and one who is privately hired to maintain a residence.
A community landscaping company is not exclusive to a single community, unless the community is large enough to support an in-house company devoted to that specific community’s needs. There is a set amount of time, decided by the landscape company, to allow their landscape personnel to perform certain tasks. A community landscape crew may spend the entire day or week in one community or may have to attend to another community (or several communities) in the same day. Their basic function is mowing lawns and trimming hedges and shrubs. Planting and tree removal are special tasks that are scheduled by the community when there is need.
A private landscaper, in addition of having the ability to maintain a lawn and trim hedges and shrubs, is hired to perform any and all tasks that an owner may desire. The owner has control of their landscaper’s time as dictated by what they ask of them and can indicate how they wish to have their property appear when the landscaper is finished. A private landscaper has more freedom to be artistic and more time to be fastidious to detail.
Understanding that while there are major differences between the two, the reality is that there is a purpose and place for both types in the realm of landscaping. Our community enjoys the best of both worlds and we appreciate that our residents take pride in their homes.
Any and all situations or problems that arise from home owner installations of landscaping, private irrigation systems, or other exterior property modifications are the sole responsibility, both financial and moral, of said home owner. This responsibility extends to either neighboring properties should such situations or problems affect a neighbor’s property.
The Palms HOA Board
As of today 3/14/19 Phase Two has begun. Posted at the bulletin board at the pool is the route of progression. They are still a little behind schedule due to the rain.
A KEY FOB has been found in the road. If you have realized that you have lost it, please contact Eric from Hartzell as he found it.
It has come to the attention of the Board that once again a “neighbor” that lives in Valencia is trying to get people to sign up at NEXTDOOR Valencia Palms.
This website is not recommended by the Palms and if you should want to join, it is your prerogative however, the Palms has it’s own website and information regarding the Palms is listed there.
Fliers were placed in mailboxes in the Palms with this information about NEXTDOOR. It is against the law to place unaddressed fliers or any type of advertising in a mailbox.
We are just making you aware of this situation.
If a resident has any plans to refresh and/or change landscape around your property, or if you are purchasing new patio furniture, decorative items, planters, etc. PLEASE do so after the painting of your property is COMPLETE.
Based upon the first week of the painting project, Hartzell will be prepping (cleaning roofs, gutters, houses and walls) / painting approximately ten (10) houses per week. Below is a guideline of approximate house numbers per week:
Please remember these are approximations
Week 2 – January 14 – January 19 – 7884 TTD – 7848 TTD
Week 3 – January 21 – January 26 – 7844 TTD – 7808 TTD
Week 4 – January 28 – February 2 – 7804 TTD – 7768 TTD
Week 5 – February 4 – February 9 – 7764 TTD – 7728 TTD
Week 6 – February 11 – February 16 – 7724 TTD – 8004 TTD
Week 7 – February 18 – February 23 – 8000 TTD – 7965 TTD**
**NOTE: From 7984 TTD the next house will be 7981 TTD**
Week 8 – February 25 – March 2 – 7961 TTD – 23310 FPC
Week 9 – March 4 – March 9 – 23330 FPC – 23451 FPC
Week 10 – March 11- March 16 – 23431 FPC – 23251 FPC
Week 11 – March 18 – March 23 – 7937 TTD – 7893 TTD
Week 12 – March 25- March 30 – 7889 TTD – 7853 TTD
Week 13 – April 1 – April 6 – 7841 TTD – 7797 TTD
Week 14 – April 8 – April 13 – 7793 TTD – 23401 BPC
Week 15 – April 15 – April 20 – 23351 BPC – 23340 BPC
Week 16 – April 22 – April 27 – 23360 BPC – 7765 TTD
Week 17 – April 29 – May 4 – 7761 TTD – 7705 TTD
Week 18 – May 6 – May 11 – 8013 TTD – 7985 TTD
Plat diagram showing painting pathway is posted in the Community Pool memo box.
Dear Boca Pointe Residents,
An urban coyote has been sighted in the north west golf course area of Boca Pointe. We have contacted a trapper to catch and relocate the animal. However, please keep the following in mind, keep your dog on a 6-foot leash when walking, avoid walking your dog at sunrise and sunset, keep on the pathways.
Please do not leave pets outdoors unattended and remove any pet food that may be outside.
Although urban coyotes do not usually eat garbage it is best to keep a tight lid on your refuse containers to avoid attracting the animal.
As always, it is best to be cautious and take preventative measures. Urban coyotes tend to be shy around human beings, should you see a coyote please contact Boca Pointe Management.