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~ News ~
Property Manager Introduction
Posted on Jun 16th, 2017
Good day Cross Creek Residents,
Today is the day I can finally introduce myself to you. I started to work as the new your Community Manager with Rizzetta & Company last month.  Apart from coordinating common area repairs, landscaping services, covenants enforcement and architectural approvals,  I am responsible for the Cross Creek Community Association. I am pretty sure I won´t have any boredom related problems.
The past 4 weeks were very interesting and exciting as I’m getting to know your property and the other properties in my portfolio. Cross Creek is a really nice community and my goals are focused on making sure every homeowner is aware of their responsibilities to maintain their home structure and landscaping in the best manner possible.
I have 11 years of property management experience and have managed Condominiums and large Homeowners’ Associations. Prior to relocating  to Florida from Connecticut in 2002 I worked at IBM for many years as a Programmer. This profession is one that I enjoy working in and hope to meet as many residents at our upcoming board and annual membership meeting.
Michelle Murray, CMCA®, AMS™
Community Association Manager
813-994-1001 ext. 3639
SWFWMD Water Restriction Notice
Posted on Jun 6th, 2017
Dear Cross Creek Community Residents,
Effective June 5, 2017 watering restrictions are going into effect. Per SWFWMD; HOA’s and other entities must suspend any requirement to replace lawns, pressure wash, or engage in other activity which increases water use during this water shortage declaration.
With the dry weather we have been experiencing, the agency is taking this opportunity to remind residents of the following mandatory watering restrictions:
•           No outdoor watering between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm.
•           Both above ground and installed underground sprinklers may only be used once per  
            week, subject to the above restrictions with a recommended full application of ¾ inch of
            water usage:
The watering durations are as follows:
1.         Sprinklers/spray heads                       10-20 minutes per zone
2.         Rotors                                               30-45 minutes per zone
3.         Garden hose                                      45-60 minutes per zone
4.         Hand watering for plants is permitted any day/any time.
When to Water
Addresses ending in number 0 or 1                                        Monday
Addresses ending in number 2 or 3                                        Tuesday
Addresses ending in number 4 or 5                                        Wednesday
Addresses ending in number 6 or 7                                        Thursday
Addresses ending in number 8 or 9                                         Friday
Locations with no address (common areas, entry areas)           Friday
These measures currently apply to all of Citrus, DeSoto, Hardee, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota counties; the portions of Charlotte, Highlands, Lake, Levy, Marion, Polk, and Sumter, within the District’s jurisdiction; and Gasparilla Island (including the portion in Lee County).
The following is a link to the SWFWMD website that addresses this issue.
Water restrictions hotline for Florida: 1-800-848-0499
Thank you, Management
2016 Year End Financials
Posted on Jul 18th, 2016
2016 Year End Financials
Cross Creek Mailbox Information
Posted on Mar 16th, 2016
You may purchase and install any standard black steel mailbox found at local retailers.
Two inch gold house numbers are required on both sides of the mailbox.  Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, and Ace Hardware all have standard size black mailboxes starting at $15.99.  Gold CC decals are no longer required.
The standard for the mailbox posts and brackets has NOT changed and must be adhered to.  Posts and brackets may still be purchased from Creative Mailbox Design 813-818-7100 or from Forsite Inc., a vendor at 5555 W. Linebaugh Ave., 855-537‐0200.
Both of these vendors have competitive pricing for our standard posts and brackets as well as for installation, if required.
Board of Directors Meeting
Posted on Feb 3rd, 2016
The Board of Directors Meetings will be held at 7:00 pm
in the New Tampa Regional Library located at
10001 Cross Creek Blvd, Tampa FL. on the following dates:
Wed. Feb. 8, 2017
Wed. March 29, 2017
Wed. May 10, 2017
Wed. Aug. 9, 2017
Wed. Nov. 8, 2017
Wed. Dec. 13, 2017  Annual Meeting
New Letters
Posted on Nov 5th, 2015
Cross Creek Email Information
Posted on Jan 13th, 2014

In our Community Survey last year, a large number of respondents expressed a desire to receive information and notifications via email.  In response to this, the Board has created an email account to use to share information of interest to the community.   
If you would like to join our mailing list send an email from your preferred email address to crosscreekcontacts@gmail.com and you will be included.  Once included in the address book, you will receive periodic information on news, events or happenings of interest to the community.   You will also receive a copy of the Cross Creek Newsletter as soon as it is sent to the printer.
The “cross creek contacts” email address above is not monitored.  Its sole purpose is to send information to you, our neighbors. We will not share your address with others.
To send questions or issues to the Board, please go to “contact us” on www.mycrosscreekhoa.com.  That mail box is monitored during normal office hours.
Brooke Park Rules
Posted on Mar 26th, 2012
The Board of Directors recently adopted amended rules regarding the use of Brooke Park.  Pets are prohibited entry into the fenced playground and tennis court area of the park.  Thank you for your cooperation.

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A collection of wildlife and scenic views, which were taken throughout our community. 

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~ Upcoming Events ~
Saturday, July 15th, 8:00am - 2:00pm at Cross Creek Community Homeowners' Association
It is time to Clean Out all your un-used items.
Cross Creek Community is holding it’s Community Garage Sale
Cross Creek Community Garage Sale
Saturday, July 15, 2017
8:00 am – 2:00 pm
(If it Rains it will be held Saturday, July 22) Join your Neighbors for the fun
Tips and Tricks
1. Gather supplies in advance. Prior to the yard sale, buy sticker labels and hanging labels, pens, a container (fanny pack-type thing or large wallet) to hold your money, at least $100 in ones and fives for change, and picnic blankets to lay out the ground so you can set things on the grass without getting them dirty. If you have a table it will also help.
2. Prep as much as possible. Make sure to put prices on your stuff prior to the morning-of: a surprising number of people will show up early, and you don’t want to be frantically trying to label items during that initial rush.
3. Arrange items in a way that makes sense. It helps if people aren’t just sifting through loads of stuff
and can go right to the areas that hold the most interest for them.
4. Keep an eye out. The not-so-fun part of yard sales: thefts happen. It sounds obvious, but it’s worth a reminder: lock your doors, have someone watching the sale at all times, and keep your items in as small (and thus manageable) a space as possible.
5. Call in a helper. You need at least two people to run a yard sale, in case one has to go inside for some
reason. Also, it’s more fun that way.
6. Set out a mirror. If you’re selling things like jackets and sunglasses that people might want to try on, it’s considerate to pull out a mirror so they can check out what they look like in their potential new acquisition.
7. Set up a 25-cent box. Some things don’t require their own labels: go ahead and pile all the inexpensive
odds-and-ends into one big box and let people sift through them on their own.
8. Divide clothing by price. If possible hang outerwear and nicer pieces and label them with individual tags, and then pile sweaters, t-shirts and more casual items into bins.
9. Have a contingency plan. Rain If you do not sell it decide which Charity you want to donate it to and take it there.
10. Make it fun. It can seem like a long morning. Set up a radio and take this opportunity to meet your neighbors

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