OUR MANAGEMENT COMPANY 

                                        

Campbell Property Management Company

Kris Elliott. Property Manager

kelliott@campbellproperty.com

9897 Lake Worth Road, Suite 304

 Lake Worth, FL 33467

Phone:  561-432-2703

Fax:        561-432-2181

Campbell is responsible for maintaining our irrigation sprinklers, landscaping,

pools and equipment and maintaining all common areas and facilities.  

 

OUR BOARD

PRESIDENT                                                                                  VICE PRESIDENT

Lorraine Allen                                                                                 Kathy Chichester                 

lorraineallen5578@gmail.com                                                        chiel5558@outlook.com

516-770-8830                                                                                 561-727-9135 

Preside at meetings                                                                        Perform presidential duties in her absence

Sign Documents                                                                             Real Estate Committee Chair

Community Spokesperson                                                             Welcome and Social Committee

Violation phone calls and letters                                                     Interview new residents

Villages of East Committee  Representative                                  Updates email list for email blasts

Visual Impact - landscaping, lighting, etc                                       POA Meeting Representative

                            

SECRETARY                                                                                  TREASURER

Bonnie Campbell                                                                            Carol Stretch

bcampbell65@gmail.com                                                               carol.stretch@gmail.com

954-849-8883                                                                                 609-213-0653

Update Website                                                                              Oversee financial records

Take and record minutes from meetings                                         Sign checks - electronically

Send out email blasts to residents                                                  Record work order costs

                                                                                                        Review renewal contracts for landscaping, 

DIRECTOR                                                                                                       pest control, and irrigation.

Chris Green

sabaothamen@bellsouth.net                                                          SURVEILLANCE

954-591-3826                                                                                  Richard Hamer & Joe Coelho

ARC and ARB Committee Chairman                                              Check and maintain cameras              

Work Order Coordinator                                                                  Repair/Replace/Add new cameras

                                                                              

Our day-to-day operations are managed by a Board of Directors, a group of our neighbors, who volunteer their time to serve our community.  The Landings' Board encourages residents to contribute their ideas, their time, their interests, and their skills by serving upon committees.

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INFORMATION FOR NEW RESIDENTS

Welcome to The Landings, your new home and community.  Once the boxes are unpacked, and the furniture is moved to its final place, we hope that you find the following information useful. 

Welcome Committee

After moving into your home, expect a call from a member of our welcoming committee.  You will be notified of their intent to visit, and at that time, they will provide you with a community directory.

Important Telephone Numbers:

Sheriff: Non-Emergency

We have regular patrols by the Deputies in our neighborhood, but If you feel the need to call the Sheriff's office for a non-emergency situation, the number is: 561-688-3000.

The Citizen Observer Patrol (COP) is in need of volunteers. Should you be interested, you must commit to 3 hours per week driving through the community with a partner, and a 1 hour meeting per month. Interested? Contact Alex Forster at 561-376-6043.

Comcast Xfinity Cable, Phone, Internet Service

Our community has a contract with Comcast to provide us with cable TV, home telephone, and internet service. The cost is included in our monthly HOA bill.  The five year Comcast Contract was renewed in September 2021.

Customer Service 1-800-266-2278

There are several options to get help. Press A on your remote, call 1-800-xfinity (1-800-934-6489), or go online at www.xfinity.com.

Florida Power & Light (FPL)

Our electric company can be reached by phone and on their website. 

Sign up for your electric service easily and quickly by going online.

Customer Service:             561-994-8227

Website:                              www fpl.com

Palm Beach County Water (WUD)

Sign up for your water service by calling 561-740-4600 within 2 weeks of your closing.

9045 S. Jog Road

Boynton Beach, FL 33472

561-740-4600 (Emergency Number)

​Republic Services – Recyclables

Order a new yellow or blue bin for recyclables by calling 1-866-NEW-BINS

These bins are emptied on Saturdays, so put them out when you place your garbage at the curb.

If you need information on specific disposal sites for electronics, paint, chemicals, and batteries, go to www.SWA.org/RecycleRight. Do not place these items into your trash.

 

Waste Management – Trash pickup twice per week.

Wednesdays                        Trash only

Saturday                              Trash and recyclable bins

Customer Service              561-547-4000

 

Driver License/Auto Registration & Title

If you're new to Florida, contact Florida Highway Safety Motor Vehicle Department in order to obtain your Florida driver’s license.

After your license has been issued, you can purchase automobile insurance from a company licensed to do business in Florida. Finally, title and register your vehicle and receive a Florida license plate. Also, at this time, you can register to vote.

Since the lines can be extremely long, making an appointment will save time.

Prior to making an appointment, call the location you wish to visit to ensure that they can provide you with a license AND car registration during the same visit. Access https://www.flhsmv.gov/locations/palm-beach/  for locations and appointments.

 

Homestead Exemption

As a resident of Florida, you may be eligible for up to a $50,000 tax break when your home is your permanent residence, but you must apply for a Homestead Exemption.

To learn more: apply online at https://secure.co.palm-beach.fl.us/papaefile/web/HEApplication/Login.aspx, or call the Property Appraiser Dorothy Jacks, at 561-355-3230, Exemption Services at 355-2866, or visit the local county tax office to see if you qualify. The address is  South County Service Center 14925 Cumberland Dr. Delray Beach, FL 33446

(561) 276-1250

 

Nearby Hospitals

JFK Medical Center

5301 S Congress Ave, Atlantis, FL 33462

Phone: (561) 965-7300

Bethesda Hospital East

2815 S. Seacrest Boulevard, Boynton Beach, FL 33435

Phone: (561) 737-7733

Bethesda Hospital West

9655 W Boynton Beach Blvd, Boynton Beach, FL 33472

Phone: (561) 336-7000

Hurricane Preparation

Hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th every year. During this time, weather forecasts should be monitored regularly.

If we receive a hurricane warning, begin your preparations:  First, fill your cars with gas. Some stations do not yet have generators and cannot pump gas without electricity. The lines may be long, but they will be much longer once the storm moves away from us. Also, if you wait too long, gas supplies may become depleted.

Buy batteries for flashlights, radios, etc. ALL outdoor furniture, umbrellas, flower pots, lawn ornaments, garbage cans, recycle bins, etc. MUST be removed from the outside of your home and carport. Hurricane winds turn these items into projectiles that will slam into your home, or those of your neighbors.

You will need more water than usual. Purchase food that can be cooked on your BBQ grill in case of power outages, as well as items such as peanut butter, tuna, and soup.  

Once informed that we are in a hurricane watch, all the above should be completed. Your final preparation is  planning when to close your hurricane shutters. Do not wait until the last minute!