Woodlake News

Woodlake News, August 2023

Any Woodlake resident that has filled out a request for the violations that were issued last month, please be patient. The Landscape Committee is still reviewing all requests and is setting new policies to meet some of the requests. They will notify  you when they have made their decision and you will have time to respond to any decisions or different requirements.


Woodlake employees are having to clean up dog run  area every morning. This should not be their responsibility. As a resident, it is your responsibility to clean up after your pet. If this continues to happen, we may be forced to close this area. Please CLEAN UP after your pets. If you see anyone abusing the use of this area, please report this to the On-Site Office immediately.

Thank you!


Phone Service Outage


We are sorry to inform you that the phone lines for the on-site office are currently down and Hargray informs us that it may be sometime Friday before they are working again. Please do not leave a phone message as we will not be able to access messages. In the meantime please email or visit the office if you need to contact us in the meantime. The email is woodlakehpr@hargray.com


Hurricane Ian Preparations

A quick note to let you all know that we are finishing up our Hurricane preparations today waiting on the arrival of what’s left of Hurricane Ian.  Depending on how closely you have been following the storm and anticipated track, it has changed several times when it comes to where and how much affect it will have on our area.  We are not taking any chances and have installed the shutters at the pool and fitness center.  The pool is closed down and all the furniture stacked up and secured along with everything else around the maintenance shop and surrounding areas.  The lagoon levels have been lowered as low as we can get them in anticipation of several inches of rain.  As soon as the storm passes, we will be assessing any damage and begin clean-up what we know will be a bunch of debris in any case.   I will send out updates when I can, and everyone STAY SAFE!

Woodlake News, January 2022

Any residents who still has a live Christmas tree and would like us to depose of it may do so by putting it in their front of villa next to the sidewalk no later than January 15th and we will come and pick up the tree and dispose of it.

As we begin the New Year here are a few reminders of Woodlake’s rules we all need to follow:

*All Christmas/Holiday decorations need to be taken down no later than January 15th
*When entering the property, wait for the drop-down arm to come down to a complete stop before you swipe your card or use your click-to-enter.

*Do not drive or park on any landscaped areas, this includes areas covered in mulch or pine straw.

*All vehicles and pets must be registered at the on-site office within (1) week of arrival.

* Do not congregate in front of units drinking alcohol, playing loud music or any way disturbing or annoying the occupants of any units in the complex.

*There is NO assigned parking.

*The fine for not picking up after your pet has been increased to $250 for a first-time violation. There are no warnings and the fines escalate for additional violations. WE ARE SERIOUS WHEN WE SAY PICK UP AFTER YOUR PET!!!

Thank you for your cooperation in following these rules and we look forward to a fabulous year at Woodlake Villas.

Trick or Treat

As you all know, Halloween is this coming Sunday, October 31st.  In previous years we have asked that everyone planning to participate in the activities and pass out treats to leave their front entrance lights on.  Given the number of lights with photocells and motion detectors, you may end up going to several non-participating units.  This year, not only are we asking you to turn on the lights, but also to post this notice on your door if you are participating in Halloween, with the pumpkin face side showing out.  When going door to door, look for this notice.  If you do not see this notice posted, move on to the next villa.  As residents “trick or treat” throughout the property, keep an eye out for children moving from building to building and crossing streets. Have a good and safe time!!


Como todos saben, Halloween es este domingo 31 de octubre. En años anteriores, hemos pedido que todos los que planean participar en las actividades y repartan golosinas para que dejen las luces de entrada en la entrada. Dada la cantidad de luces con fotocélulas y detectores de movimiento, puede terminar yendo a varias unidades no participantes. Este año, no solo te estamos pidiendo que enciendas las luces, sino que también publiques este aviso en tu puerta si estás participando en Halloween, con el lado de la calabaza mirando hacia afuera. Cuando vaya de puerta en puerta, busque este aviso. Si no ve este aviso publicado, pase a la siguiente villa. Mientras los residentes “engañan o tratan” en toda la propiedad, esté atento a los niños que se mueven de un edificio a otro y cruzan las calles. Que tengas un buen momento y seguro !!

Woodlake News, May 2021

Woodlake residents it has come to our attention that Woodlake appears to be the new  dumping ground for contractors in the area. Since the first of the year dumping material at County dump sites has changed making it harder for contractors to get rid of construction debris. Woodlake has since had to have a dumpster brought in to remove this material that cannot be placed in the normal dumpsters we have around the property. If you see anyone putting construction material in our dumpsters, call the On-site office immediately and try to get a license plate number,  make and model of vehicle. If this continues to be an issue, regimes fees will go up and rent costs will rise. So, everyone needs to do their part to keep contractors from dumping in Woodlake.

The pool parking lot is a designated area for the community to park their cars while using the amenities. We ask that  come May 15, 2021 that you start parking in the Cul-de-sac where your unit is located. Anyone still parking in the pool parking lot after May 15th will be ticketed and may be towed.

Woodlake has begun to inspect all building exteriors to note any  improper or unauthorized alterations at or on the buildings.  Recently, all inactive  satellite dishes no longer in use have been removed.  With both Spectrum and Hargray now upgrading their services and infrastructure within Woodlake, more residents are signing up for these services.  We are now seeing numerous wires and cables being run on building surfaces and holes drilled through walls for these services.  Most of these recent installations are not properly done and will need to be removed and re-installed following the proper guidelines.  PLEASE NOTE:  If you are having new or upgraded service provided to your villa by either Spectrum or Hargray, you must first contact the on-site office and also have the service provider check in with the on-site office  prior to the installation.  A staff member will meet and review the installation at your villa to insure it is being done according to Woodlake standards.  Let us try to get it done correctly the first time so everyone can avoid the time and expense of having to do it again properly.

Thank for your cooperation in the above matters.

Holiday Decorating Contest

Once again the Woodlake Volunteers are sponsoring a holiday decorating contest. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place pf $100, $50, and $25.

Judging will take place on Saturday, December 19th. Please make sure your lights are on by dusk so that the judges can decide on the most creative decorating this year. Let’s see what you have and make Woodlake beautiful and festive for the holidays!

Note: The office will close at 2:00 PM on Christmas Eve, and will be closed on Christmas and New Year’s Days.