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.
Friday night meeting with Hartzell is the deadline for making any changes to your house color from what we already have listed for you. If you are unsure of your color, PLEASE check the colors on the cabana at the community pool prior to the meeting. Hatzell will be at BPCA to answer any questions regarding the painting project.
Warmest wishes to all our Palms’ residents celebrating The Festival of Lights”.
To commemorate this holiday, the two large Bismarck palms flanking our pool have been bathed in blue light. The small Robellini palm, who’s trunk is wrapped in white light, completes this tribute.
May the spirit of peace, freedom, miracles, light, and joy fill your holiday season and carry on into the New Year.
The Palms’ HOA Board
To All Our Residents Celebrating Hanukkah…..Keep the lights shining!
Check out the great pictures taken by George Steinman at our Pool Gathering.
A good time was had by all.
Click on an image to enlarge.
These are the correct procedures to follow to make ALL exterior changes to homes.
All exterior changes (including landscaping) require DRC approval PRIOR to beginning any work.
The DR form can be accessed on the website or contact Sheila Schube, firstname.lastname@example.org for one.
It must be submitted with all documentation including contractor, insurance and plans. Specific instructions are there regarding roof tiles and awnings.
Instructions where to send the DR is included on the form.
There are NO PETS allowed at the community pool. We now have pet refuse being left at the pool. There will be a fine to anyone caught leaving this type of refuse there. The pool is for the enjoyment of ALL residents of the Palms and no one wants this to continue.
Speeding is a traffic offense in the Palms and a violation of our rules.
In order to stop this offense, we need the community’s help. When you see a speeder please note, if possible tag number, vehicle make, vehicle color, and house number where this car is found. If you have a smartphone, take a picture and email it to Steve Russo, email@example.com so we can put an end to these violations.
The Board of the Palms
It has come to the attention of the Board that a recent mailing has been received from a private online social network called “Nextdoor Valencia Palms”
Please be advised that the Board is not affiliated with this program. They are using a resident’s name to promote this website without being sanctioned by that homeowner.
If you choose to use this website please be aware that we DO NOT do garage sales, classifieds or recommend service providers. This is your choice, make it wisely.
The following are some best practices
- Ensure home alarms are serviced, in working order, and armed whenever you leave the house. Consider either motion or glass sensors for large windows or sliding glass doors.
- Adequate lighting, including the perimeter of the home. Lighting is a strong deterrent. Exterior lighting on motion sensors could save some money but it is important to check them regularly to make sure they are working.
- Consider Ring camera system or other similar system that can monitor the front door to your home.
- Ensure you have emergency contacts and other contact information updated with the Community Association. Access Control can update this for you.
- Be vigilant reporting suspicious activity. If you see or hear anything suspicious, call Access Control immediately and a patrol can be dispatched to the area. It’s important that this is done timely
- If you are leaving town, do not leave obvious evidence for passers by. Newspapers accumulated, mail accumulated in the mailbox, lights off for days at a time. Have a neighbor or trusted friend check on the home regularly.
Director of Security