Alligators on Property

Gator Nuisance Line - 866-392-4286.
It is illegal to feed alligators in the state of Florida.

Animals must be at least 4 ft. in order to be classified as nuisance. The Florida Wildlife Commission doesn't consider smaller alligators as a threat.  However, if you feel one less than 4' is dangerous, they will remove.  For more information regarding nuisance alligators, click here.  

For removal from ponds located with the South Village Community District (Eagle Landing), please call the CDD office at (904) 940-5850. 

 Amenity Privileges If you are a new resident, you must call Membership Services (located at the Athletic Center) at (904) 291-4343 x 116 to set up an appointment for your new resident orientation.

Please read the Amenities Policies as mandated by the South Village CDD here.

Appointment is required.  
Visit the Athletic Center to obtain a temporary pass, pick up your packet and set your appointment. Please bring along your government issued ID, a copy of your closing statement (HUD) or lease agreement and/or the Amenity Release form (if applicable).

All residents 3 years of age or older are photographed and entered into our computer system for access to the facilities.

Changes

It is the property owners’ responsibility to inform Eagle Landing's Membership Services of any changes to your account that should occur, including but not limited to:  address change, phone number change or household members.  Failure to do so could result in suspension of privileges. Contact Membership Services at (904) 291-4343 x 116 BEFORE you move.

Rental Property

If you own rental property in Eagle Landing, you have one of two options concerning Amenity Privileges:

Fill out a Homeowners Release of Amenities Privilege form, giving all rights to use the facilities to the renters.

OR

As the homeowner you have the option to keep your privileges to use the facilities, and NOT give them to your renters.  If a rent/lease agreement is extended, the renters should provide a copy of the new agreement to Membership Services in order to continue their privileges associated with their Resident Account.  Forms are available here.

Amenity Privileges -

Guest Policy

Swim and Tennis Guest Fees                                                     
Weekday Guest Pool or Tennis Fee $2.00                                                     

Weekend Guest Pool or Tennis Fee $5.00                                                     

Holiday Guest Pool or Tennis Fee $5.00                                            

Houseguest Pass (one week) Pool or Tennis Fee $20.00 plus applicable taxes,

Guest Policy  Guest are welcome to use the facilities and amenities when accompanied by a resident 14 years or older. Residents 14 to 20 years old may accompany two guests at a time. Residents  21 years and older may accompany up to six guest at one time. The weekly limit of guests is tied to each Amenity Pass number with a maximum of 15 visits per 7-day week, which runs Monday–Sunday.

Houseguest Passes  A pass may be purchased by Residents for a short term guests living outside a 40-mile radius. With a house guest pass the resident is not required to accompany their guest to the facilities.

Resident’s children and grandchildren who do not reside
within the District, under 21, may utilize the facilities and amenities at no cost if they are accompanied by a Resident. Children and grandchildren over 21 must pay regular guest fees or buy a weekly houseguest card.

 

Animal Control

Clay County Animal Control - (904) 269-6342

ARC

Architectural Review Committee. (904) 291-7200

More info here

Basketball goals

When not in use, portable basketball goals cannot be left at the street end of your driveway or in a cul-de-sac, as this is a traffic hazard.  Permanent goals (black poles with clear backboards) are subject to ARC approval. 

Bicycles

Florida law requires children under 16 years old to wear helmets when biking.

Boats

Roadways within Eagle Landing are maintained and controlled by the county. Vehicles parked in the street may not impede traffic flow or hinder the vision of motorists. When parking in driveways, please do not block sidewalk access. Over-sized vehicles including, but not limited to, commercial vehicles, boats, trailers, campers, jet skis, recreation vehicles, and motor homes are not permitted on the property unless parked within a garage.   

CDD

Eagle Landing is but the residential portion of a much larger governmental entity legally designated as “The South Village Community Development District.” The CDD is a form of local government created by the Florida State Legislature which has very specific, yet fewer powers than a city or county. The Supervisors of the Board are elected in the general election and their terms are four years. The CDD Board meets once a month and meetings are open to the public.

More info here

Cable/Phone/Internet

Comcast (800) 934-6489
AT&T    (800) 288-2020
Windstream  (866) 971-9463

Club House

Full-service restaurant and sports bar is open daily for the use of Eagle Landing residents, golf members and guests.  Facilities are available for banquets, weddings, corporate functions and more.

Contact the Food & Beverage Manager at (904) 291-5600 x 5.
Click here for the Clubhouse Phone Menu.

Commercial vehicles

Roadways within Eagle Landing are maintained and controlled by the county. Vehicles parked in the street may not impede traffic flow or hinder the vision of motorists. When parking in driveways, please do not block sidewalk access. Over-sized vehicles including, but not limited to, commercial vehicles, boats, trailers, campers, jet skis, recreation vehicles, and motor homes are not permitted on the property unless parked within a garage.   

Community Emails

If you would like to receive weekly email blasts regarding events and activities in Eagle Landing as well as important updates, please contact Jude Barwig via email to be added.  Include your full name (if not evident in the email address) and address of residence.  Bellsouth or AT&T servers generally block Eagle Landing's emails but you can be added to a list which is forwarded from a personal account.

Conservation Easements Conservation easements give the St. Johns River Water Management District specific rights to the property without granting outright ownership to the property.  These easements are perpetual and are transferred from land owner to land owner. Restrictions are imposed upon these easements whereby they are not to be disturbed, cultivated or developed in any way.

Click here for a shortcut to the St. Johns River Water Management District's information regarding Conservation Easements.
Dogs and Cats For stray animals or barking dogs, please call the Clay County Animal Control. (904) 269-6342

Drainage Issues

Drainage Issues - contact Steve Andersen at svcddoperations@gmail.com.

Electric Poles - Temporary Temporary electrical poles are the responsibility of the builder.  If the builder fails to remove their temp pole, either contact them directly or call the Sales & Information Office at (904) 291-7200 with your address, name of builder and pole # (if there is one).  

Electric Service

Clay Electric  (904) 272-2456

Garage doors Garage doors should be closed at all times unless in use.

Garage Sales

Individual garage sales are not permitted.  The HOA permits a community wide sale and vendor expo twice a year - spring and fall. Participating households must register their address with the Athletic Center in order to comply with the HOA.

Individual moving sales in Eagle Landing are allowed only for the purpose of disposing personal property in conjunction with moving out of a residence. 

Garbage pick up

Advanced Disposal (trash and recycle) - (904) 695-0500.

Their guidelines for household garbage, yard debris, etc - click here.

Recycle and trash containers should not be placed curbside earlier than 5pm the night prior to pickup.
     Mondays: Garbage Pickup 
    
Fridays:    Recycling and Yard Waste

Bulky items (appliances, furniture, hot water heaters) are picked up by appointment.  Call (904) 695-0500 to schedule.

Golf Carts

Golf carts are not allowed on the bike paths/sidewalk but have been permitted for street use within Eagle Landing by Clay County. Personal golf carts used on the golf course during play must match the fleet of Eagle Landing Golf Course carts and all golf carts used within Eagle Landing must be registered.  Golf carts are not permitted on OakLeaf Plantation Parkway.  Operators must be 14 years of age or older to operate.  Please visit here for more information.

High Speed Internet

See Cable/Phone/Internet

 

HOA Eagle Landing at OakLeaf Plantation Association is now managed by The CAM Team.   Property concerns may be directed to Kathy Melton at (904) 278-2338.   For more information, click here.

Hospitals

Orange Park Medical Center - (904) 276-8500
Mayo Clinic- (904) 953-2000
Navy NAS Jax - (904) 777-7300

Hours of Operation Click here for all of Eagle Landing's operational hours.

Invisible Fences

Please make sure invisible fences are kept on your property line.  If a property owner takes the fence into an easement located within the property, be aware that if any work is required in that area, the property owner is responsible for all repairs to the property and the fence.  Invisible fences may not extend past the property line, as for example, onto the golf course and CDD property.  Also, remember owners are liable for their pet’s actions outside of their property line.

Lake and Pond Issues

Please email Steve Andersen at svcddoperations@gmail.com

Mailbox

Per the Covenants, standards have been established regarding color and style of mailboxes.  Eagle Landing mailboxes were designed with solid black receptacles mounted on black posts to maintain continuity throughout the neighborhoods.   Mailboxes are the responsiblity of the homeowner and should be maintained as needed.
 

Mailbox Repairs/Replacement For repairs/replacements - Eagle Landing mailboxes are manufactured by Imperial Mailbox Systems. The local office is Atlantic Powder Coating (they handle repairs) and can be reached at (904)724-2422.  For repairs or installation, please consult your favorite handyman.  Click here for ARC mailbox specs.

Mosquito Control

Clay County Mosquito Control - (904) 269-6357

Motorized Skateboards/Scooters

From CLAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE & STATE OF FL: 

It is illegal to operate motorized skateboards, scooters, ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), ROVs (recreational off-highway vehicles),go-karts or similar motorized vehicles on streets or sidewalks.


These vehicles can only be driven on private property with the permission from the owner of the property or on public lands designated for ATV/ROV access. For most individuals this would be their driveway or yard. You may not ride or operate these vehicles on side-walks, bike paths or on the road. Florida law states, go-peds, mini-cycles and electric(e)-scooters are considered motor vehicles. However, because go-peds, mini-cycles and e-scooters are not manufactured to meet the required federal Motor Vehicle Safety Act, they can not be registered for operation on public roadways, even if the operator has a valid drivers license.

In order to legally operate small engine motor vehicles that meet the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, at least a Class E drivers license and tag/registration are required. They may not be operated on sidewalks or bike paths.

 

Moving Sales

Moving sales in Eagle Landing are allowed only for the purpose of disposing personal property in conjunction with moving out of a residence.  Individual garage sales are not permitted (see Garage Sales). 

See Signs for more information.

Ponds

For lake & pond issues, please email the South Village Operations Manager, Steve Andersen at svcddoperations@gmail.com.

Recycle

Advanced Disposal (trash and recycle) - (904) 695-0500.

Recycle and trash containers should not be placed curbside earlier than 5pm the night prior to pickup.

Mondays: Garbage Pickup

Fridays:    Recycling and Yard Waste Pickup

Schools

Clay County Schools (904) 284-6500

Plantation Oaks K-5  (904) 214-7474

OakLeaf Junior High (6th-8th) - (904) 213-5500

OakLeaf High School (9th - 12th) - (904) 213-1900

 

St. John's Country Day School - (904) 264-9572
St. John's River Community College - (904) 276-6800

Signs

Eagle Landing’s Covenants and Restrictions specify size and type of signs used within Eagle Landing.  Open House, For Sale by Owner and Rental signs using the ARC approved size and colors are available at Signs by Tomorrow (332-0778), Banners & Sign on Kingsley (637-0692), John Goble Signs (278-2213) or FastSigns on Baymeadows (443-7446). Size is no larger than 10 1/2" High x 13" wide, fitted into black metal post.

Moving sales in Eagle Landing are allowed only for the purpose of disposing personal property in conjunction with moving out of a residence. Moving sales signs are available at the Sales Center.

Street Light Service To report a street light outage, locate the address nearest the light pole and go online at www.clayelectric.com.  Use the Master Account:  577966-5.  Lamp replacements may take 10-15 business days to complete.
Streets, Curbs & Sidewalks Our streets, curbs and sidewalks are maintained by the Clay County Public Works Department.  Click on the following link, complete and submit the request for maintenance form.  
http://www.claycountygov.com/departments/public-works/maintenance-request-form. 

Or contact the maintenance request line at 904-284-6335. 

Swim Parks

(904) 291-3535
       

Tennis

Phone number Tennis Shop: (904) 291-4343

More about the tennis program: here

Trailers

Roadways within Eagle Landing are maintained and controlled by the county. Vehicles parked in the street may not impede traffic flow or hinder the vision of motorists. When parking in driveways, please do not block sidewalk access. Over-sized vehicles including, but not limited to, commercial vehicles, boats, trailers, campers, jet skis, recreation vehicles, and motor homes are not permitted on the property unless parked within a garage.   

Trees

Per the covenants; No party shall cut ANY living tree having a trunk diameter greater than 6 (six) inches in diameter at a height of 3 (three) feet without prior approval. (Article V, Section 14).  Dead or diseased trees must be inspected by the ARC prior to removal.  

Please call (904) 291-7200 or email Steve Andersen for approval.

Utility Service

CCUA - Clay County Utility Authority  (904) 272-5999

Yard waste

Yard waste is currently picked up on:  Fridays

 

Updated 7/1/2017  






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