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No Fishing or Cast Netting
Posted on May 13th, 2020
Residents are reminded there's no fishing or cast netting in the retention ponds. Fish and Wildlife Services has been alerted and those in violation may be given a citation.
Playground - Canopies Complete
Posted on May 13th, 2020
The canopies have been installed on our playgrounds. Mulch will be refreshed in both play areas once the install of the canopies are complete.
Benefits and Use of Mulch
Posted on May 4th, 2020
Click here to read more about the benefits and use of mulch in landscape areas, as well as where you can buy mulch from the county. 
Phase I Water Shortage
Posted on Apr 29th, 2020
The Southwest Florida Water Management District's Governing Board voted on 4/28/2020 to declare a Phase I Water Shortage for the District’s central and southern regions, which includes Hillsborough County. Please visit this link for more information.
Sidewalk Repairs - Update
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2020
The county has marked the sidewalks for tripping hazards with special tape.  There is no timeframe for repairs.  Please check back for updates. 
UPDATE ON SIDEWALKS: There's an open work order for the sidewalks on Rolling Ranch Place and Lakeshore Ranch. The locations identified have been inspected by county staff and a work order has been initiated to replace the damaged panels reported. Hillsborough County is currently working to restore damaged sidewalk panels throughout the county. The county began the first phase of this project in October 2018, however the backlog of request is several years. The Sidewalk Replacement Project is now transitioning into the second phase and the locations identified are included in the scope of work. At this time the area of concern is not included in the upcoming 90 day work plan (April – June) and we don’t have a definitive schedule for when it will be repaired. We anticipate some updates in the beginning of July 2020 in regards to next 90 work plan.
Entrance Updates
Posted on Mar 20th, 2020
The center median and two entrance areas were recently updated. Pressure washing was done and the board is reviewing painting proposals for updating the color for the entrance sign wall (not the sign itself). The playground canopy should be installed the first week April.
As the community continues to complete regular maintenance and updates community areas, we ask that homeowners, as well as rental residents, take a moment to look over their own properties for any necessary maintenance issues. Some examples are:
  • Removal of algae or mold from mailboxes, sidewalks and driveways, exterior of the home, and fencing.
  • Weeding plant beds, removal of dead plant material and trimming overgrown plantings.
  • Removal of excess leaves from your lawn.
  • Pruning of mature trees (see attachment).
These small updates can create a big impact within the community.
Trimming Trees Over the Street
Posted on Mar 20th, 2020
The county is now recommending a 16' clearance height of tree branches that hang over the street to accommodate larger trash pickup vehicles. Branches scrape the trucks, damaging their paint, and can break, causing a hazard to pedestrians and drivers. If your oak tree extends over the sidewalk, it should be trimmed up to at least an 8' clearance, and 16' over the street. Click here for information on how to properly prune trees.
Water Conservation Reminders
Posted on Feb 25th, 2020
Hillsborough County is reminding homeowners to follow lawn watering schedules and to use other water conservation tips. Click here to read their recommendations. 
Helpful Links for Community Issues
Posted on Aug 15th, 2018
Hillsborough County and HCSO have resources to help residents deal with issues that are not covered by your HOA and property management team. Some examples include civil nuisances (such as noise or inadequate pet maintenance), criminal matters, trespassing, traffic matters, parking of vehicles on county-owned roads, etc., which must be addressed with the appropriate county agencies. Click here to learn more about these helpful resources.  
Enforcement Request Forms Submission
Posted on May 29th, 2018
If a resident believes an HOA violation exists and would like to request the HOA take appropriate action, they will be required to submit an Enforcement Request Form to McNeil Management. This form is available on the Lakeshore Ranch HOA website in the left column under "Documents and Forms".  

~ Upcoming Events ~
HOA Board Meeting CANCELED
Monday, July 27th to Monday, August 24th
The HOA board meeting scheduled for July 27 has been CANCELED. The new meeting date is August 24. Please check back for location details. 

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