11/12/22 – Tropical Weather Update
Latest Tropical Storm Update:
We encourage each VOG interested party to also subscribe to the Deerfield Beach Storm Alert program with messages directly to your phone described in this link: AlertDFB
When putting bulk materials out at the curb, please remember the following guidelines to ensure proper collection:
- Only place items out for bulk if they do not fit in your garbage cart.
- Items must be placed in the swale before 7:00 am on your collection day, and not more than 12 hours in advance.
- Leave large yard waste in a loose pile; only bag grass clippings.
- Bulk piles must be place 7 feet away from garbage and recycling carts, and away from mail boxes, low wires, fire hydrants, etc.
- Bulk piles cannot exceed 7 cubic yards; residents will be charged $15 per cubic yard that exceeds 7 cubic yards.
- Private landscapers must dispose of all debris generated by their work. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to ensure that the private landscaper removes their debris. Homeowners will be charged for any debris left by a landscaper.
- All construction debris (carpet, tile, drywall) and wood products warrant a $15 per cubic yard charge.
Hurricane season begins on June 1 and ends on November 30. We recommend owners prepare for the possibility of a landfall by doing the following:
1. Subscribe to the City of Deerfield Beach CodeRED phone alerts in order to receive and be updated by phone on the most recent hurricane activity / warnings for our area.
2. Each owner take measures to remove and store portable items such as patio furniture, barbecue grills, decorative items such as masonry / concrete, brown and blue trash bins and any items that if / when airborne may injure or damage other owners or their property.
3. Each owner should not place any yard clean up debris over or near storm drains. Historically, the City of Deerfield Beach sweeps the city and will issue citations / fines for any clean up debris on or near public sewer drains. The association will not be responsible for any owner having obstructed a drain(s).
4. We have contacted the General Contractor responsible for the remediation work underway at 598 EWE to be sure he complies with the same request for items on the roof and in front of the garage door. We have also contacted the owner to ensure compliance for the same reason.
5. Each owner should have an individual responsible for securing property or items if not a full time resident such as hurricane shutters and the storm preparation actions mentioned.
If you have any questions about the community hurricane preparation, please contact the Property Manager Johanna Cruz at JCruz@CampbellProperty.com or our web site www.villasonthegreen.net for further information.