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The Brandon Brook HOA community website provides information and helpful links for our residents and interested visitors.  Please visit this home page often for current news and events.  You may click on the links on the left to access important documents and forms, contact information, and other useful resources.  
 
Community News
New Online Form for County Related Concerns
Posted on Dec 16th, 2014
Hillsborough County has added a new online resource for reporting concerns related to county issues.  You can choose from a list of concerns such as animals, code violations, flooding, sidewalk and street problems, trash and recycling, and more.  Click here to visit the new website and for more information. The link has also been added on our "Local Links" page under the "Other" tab near the bottom of the page.
 
Pool Area Improvements
Posted on Oct 6th, 2014
A new fence covering was recently added to the pool area to make it look a bit nicer while you enjoy the pool area. 

For the safety of our residents, the pool area has a new top of the line security system that is connected and online at all times. 
 
 
Keep our pool area nice!
Posted on Jun 25th, 2014
Homeowners, we try to keep the pool area as nice as possible on a budget that keeps your dues from going up too much.  One thing you can do to help keep the pool area nice is to keep unwanted guests out.  Now, you may be saying to yourself "but I do not want to confront anyone".  Good news, you don't have to!  Just follow these simple steps:
  • Call the Sheriff's office at 813-247-8200 and tell them to come out to the community pool at 315 Sacremento St. in Valrico.
  • Let the Sheriff's office know that children are in the pool area without a key and unsupervised.
  • Inform them that we have a "No Trespass" sign posted.  
That's really all it takes and it WILL make a difference! Thank you for supporting our community pool rules so that we can all enjoy our amenities.  
 
 
Semi Annual Community Garage Sales
Posted on Jun 25th, 2014
Community garage sales are meant to benefit you.  It is a Hillsborough county rule that you are only allowed to have 2 garage sales a year.  We help with this by holding 2 community garage sales during the year that we advertise in local papers and with street signs.  If you choose not to participate, that is ok, just know that you are only permitted 2 garage sales per year.
 
 
Log In to Register Your Email Address
Posted on Apr 21st, 2014
Your Brandon Brook HOA website allows access to all pages and information for residents and visitors.  If desired, homeowners may "log in" to register their email information for occasional email updates from the HOA board.  No passwords or log in information is required to enjoy your community website and information pages!  
 
Submit Suggestions to Your Board
Posted on Jun 19th, 2013
If you have any comments or suggestions on how to improve our community, feel free to click the "Contact Us" button on the bottom left side of the navigation panel.  Your board members welcome your helpful ideas on how to improve Brandon Brook!
 
All HOA questions and inquiries should be directed to McNeil Management on the "Contact Us" page. 
 
 

 
Message from Board
Greetings Brandon Brook,
 
Have you looked around our neighborhood lately?  What I see as I drive around are fewer homes for sale and many more homes making substantial improvements such as new roofs, new fences, new paint jobs and new landscaping.  All this adds up to a neighborhood that's seeing home values go up daily! 

One inexpensive thing you can do to help keep your home looking maintained is to mow, edge, trim, and then sweep/blow away the debris after you're done.  If you have grass/weeds growing in your sidewalk cracks you can purchase Spectracide Weed and Grass Killer for less than $5.  These simple steps really help your home look well maintained.

One other project to consider this winter is trimming low hanging tree branches.  Some you can prune yourself and others may require a licensed arborist.  You'll benefit from this labor of love by:
  • Having fewer leaves to rake up throughout the winter months
  • Making your house look more welcoming and less "creepy looking"
  • Helping the grass grow
  • Enhancing others enjoyment as they walk or bike on the sidewalks without worry of hitting low hanging branches
We love our Brandon Brook Community and we know you do as well!  
 
 
Sincerely,
Brandon Brook HOA

 

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