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  • Special Events
  • Community Service Office
  • Bulletin Boards
  • Bicycling and Walking
  • Deliveries and Moving Trucks
  • Pets
  • Driving
  • Parking
  • Modifications 
  • Coyotes in Florida 


Check the monthly On Top of the World Newspaper and Bulletin Boards in both Activity Centers and in each building for current information.


The Community Service Office (CSO) is located: In the East Activity Center, 2069 World Parkway Blvd. Clearwater.


The bulletin boards in each building are for community information only. Advertising and solicitations of any kind are prohibited without Association approval.


For your protection, walk to the left, facing traffic. When driving, especially at dusk, be alert for walkers and cyclists. Walkers should carry flashlights and wear light colored clothing with reflective material. Always carry your ID with you.

In Florida the bicycle is legally defined as a vehicle and the bicyclist is a driver. Bicyclists have the same rights to the roadways, and must obey the same traffic laws as the drivers of other vehicles.


For your protection, pick-ups and deliveries are prohibited before 7:30 am and after 5:00 pm. All deliveries must be made through the Belcher Road gates. No deliveries on Sundays and Holidays.


Please be a responsible pet owner. All pets must be on a leash when outside your unit. Do not allow your pet to run freely. Pick up after your pet. A plastic bag over your hand works great. Dispose of the bag in trash cans only. Never place feces in the ground water catch basins located in the curbsides. If your pet makes a mistake while in the center core, it is your responsibility to clean it up. It is not the building worker’s responsibility to clean up after your pet. Do not allow your pet to bark continuously while you are away. Never tie your pet outside. The community rules apply to all pet owners. Pet owners in violation of community rules are subject to fines by the Association.


Traffic laws must be observed. Obey stop signs and posted speed limits. Be conscientious of turn lanes and pedestrians at all times.


Approved residents and tenants should use their assigned parking space for one vehicle and street parking for any additional vehicles. Please do not park in adjacent buildings. Any street parking that does not have a “No Parking” sign or multi-modal lanes is available for parking. Visitor parking is for visitors and not intended for residents to use as their own parking space.

A request for parking exchange must be submitted in writing to the Association and accompanied by a sketch indicating the current space and the requested visitor parking space. If the exchange involves an assigned parking space, both owners must agree in writing to the exchange and the exchange approved by the Association.

Recreational vehicles and trailers are not permitted in lots or on the street. Permits to park in the RV/trailer storage lot are available from the Community Service Department. Application. Payment of fee and proof of insurance are required. The Association takes no responsibility for damage or loss to parked vehicles.


Approved owners must have an Association approved Modification Application and permit prior to making modifications to their units. The following items need a Modification Application and permit: hard surface flooring for second and third units (ceramic or wood), new windows and doors, replacement of an AC unit, install of washer and dryer, install of water softener, upgrade and/or movement of electrical and plumbing, patio coverings, fence and landscaping. This is not an all-inclusive list. Please check with the Customer Service Department for more information. Modification Applications are available at the Community Service Office or on-line at All permitted work must be carried out between the hours of 9:00 am and 6:00pm.

Notice to all units in all buildings, except 63, 64, 65, 67, 70, 77, 78, 85, 90, 92, 94, 95 and 96: in order to have a washer and dryer, you must have a valid permit issued by the Pinellas County Permitting Department on file with the Association.

Unit owners who do not obtain authorization violate local building code, and/or Life Safety Code are subject to Code enforcement by the County and fine by the Association.



For our residents who are concerned about the presence of coyotes in the community, please follow this link to the Fish and Wildlife Commission’s website for tips and suggestions on living with coyotes. Please keep in mind these 3 tips:

  • Feeding Coyotes is illegal. They will lose their fear of humans.

  • Secure garbage cans. Clean up pet food and fallen fruit.

  • Keep pets in enclosed areas. Walk dogs on a short leash.

Click here to learn about coyotes in Florida.