Welcome to the Regency Place Homeowners' Association (HOA). Regency Place is a tranquil and diverse community. Our Homeowners' Association is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of residents through timely communication, up-to-date information, helpful tips and guidance. Homeowners and residents are encouraged to use this website as a source of information and engagement to learn more about HOA Board Meetings and Board of Directors; Meet Architectural Review Committee (ARC) members and find out how to comply with HOA covenants, bylaws and guidelines; participate in community events; and provide valuable feedback.
There will be NO June HOA Board Meeting
Please Note: There is no Regency Place HOA Board Meeting this month. Next meeting will be on Sunday, July 17, 2022.
NOTE: The pool will close at 6pm on the 17th of each month for the HOA monthly meeting.
Regency Place June 2022 Yard of the Month
June 2022 Yard of the Month Winner is 548 Lady Diana Dr.
Trim Your Palm and Other Trees In Preparation for Hurricane Season
For residents with palms and other trees, please remember to trim dead fronds and tree limbs. As a reminder, Article VII Section 12 of the Regency Place covenants require each resident to keep properties cleaned up. If fronds or limbs
do fall, please be a good neighbor and pick them up out of your yards and the street.
Homeowner semi-annual assessment is due by March 1, 2022 and will be considered past-due thereafter. Statements have been mailed. Please be sure you are current on your homeowner dues payment.
Garbage cans and non-yard items MUST BE STORED out of sight from the street.
There is NO PARKING on the streets from 11pm to 7am. Violation of the Regency Place HOA parking rule may result in your vehicle being towed. Parking is also PROHIBITED on grass and non-paved areas anywhere in Regency Place. If your vehicle has been towed, please contact Webb's Towing at 863.967.2354.
Homeowners MUST submit an ARC Application BEFORE starting any exterior projects or modifications. Failure to do so will result in a HOA violation. Don't risk a HOA violation - contact ARC for clarification before starting any work. Go to ARC for more information.
Community Pool Hours:
Pool hours are from 8am to dusk. All children under 16 must have adult supervision at all times to ensure safety. Please be sure to follow the Polk County Health Department rules posted around the pool area.
NOTE: The pool will close at 6pm on the 17th of each month for the HOA monthly meeting. The pool may also be closed at 6pm on occasions when the HOA Board conducts emergency meetings.