We are an Over 55 active community located in coastal Sebastian FL. We thrive on harmony, happiness, and hospitality both with our neighbors and residents as well as Sun Community Management.
At the top of the page, you will see a number of tabs allowing you to select different areas of interest. All of these tabs are opened to all homeowners except for the "Homeowners Information Tab" . This is a password protected area meant to be viewed by our homeowners only. For access to this area please contact Steve Giovinelli (772-581-9505). Please do not share this password with anyone other than a homerowner.
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Phone Numbers of Importence
Managements main Number 772-583-1812
PP Admin Offices;
IR Fire & EMS;
IR Sheriff's Office;
If there is a WATER BREAK in the community from the street to your water meter after hours (5 PM) or when the management office is closed please call the Indian River County Utilities EMERGENCY NUMBER 772-231-7176.
If there is a community emergency that cannot wait until Monday morning please call the hotline @ 877-786-6048. This number is for emergencies only regarding the community.
Of Course for an EMERGENCY Dial 911
Emergency Phone Numbers:
Recently, Cheryl Merrifield published the Emergency after hours phone number for IRC Utilities.
To ensure homeowners have that number the Pulse is publishing that info. The Indian River County Utilities Emergency
After Hours # has been updated (11/25/2020) it is: 772-231-7176
Also for your information: Sebastian Police Department Non-Emergency & Tips number is: 772-589-5233 ext. 0, and of
course the Sebastian Police Department – Emergency 911.
The Park Place “EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS” phone number is 887-786-6068
Please make note of these numbers.
SOMETHING TO WATCH FOR:
Florida has an abundance of wildlife, including alligators, snakes, turtles, gopher tortoises, bobcats, panthers, raccoons, lizards, etc. Each species plays a vital role in Florida’s ecology. While most species can peacefully co-exist with humans without issue, avoidance is recommended. Here are some tips for living peacefully with Florida’s native wildlife:
Don’t feed wildlife. By doing so, you may inadvertently attract other predators such as rodents, alligators, Florida panthers, wild hogs, feral cats, etc.
Keep vigilant while walking in natural habitat such as weed lines near lakes and ponds, vacant scrub areas and conservation land.
Remove dense and low lying vegetation near homes that can provide good hiding places for wildlife.
Closely supervise small children and pets while playing in your yard
Consider installing motion detection lighting to deter activity in your yard at night
Keep all garbage tightly bagged inside the WM approved bins and store inside a shed or garage until pick up day.
Do not feed pets outside or leave bagged pet food inside garages or shed.