Hernando Beach Property Owners Association - Gulf Coast Waterfront Community
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To join HBPOA you must be a residential property owner in Hernando Beach. HBPOA is a voluntary membership Civic organization that meets monthly from September through June at 7pm at the Hernando Beach Coast Guard Station. We publish a monthly newsletter called The Beachcomber with community information, events and ads from local businesses. HBPOA is not a home owners association, we have no restrictive, or legal powers in our community nor do we police our community. However we are an active Civic Association with many committees whose volunteers look into and promote dialogue about issues that are of concern to our community. Our members are active in programs for the betterment and beautification of Hernando Beach. Our monthly newsletter advertises local businesses and keeps our members informed about happenings in Hernando Beach. When we work together we better our community, empower our property owners, promote a sense of camaraderie amongst our residents, and pride in our community.
Meetings are held 1st Thursday of the month in Jan, Feb, Mar, April, May, June, Sept, Oct, & Nov, but not in July or August. We start at 7pm at the Coast Guard Station.
Mailing Address: Hernando Beach POA, PO BOX 3198, Spring Hill, FL 34611-3198
The Hernando Beach Property Owners Association Inc, HBPOA, is a voluntary membership Civic Association organized for the property owners of Hernando Beach. Our members come from all walks of life bringing a vast range of skills, talents, and knowledge to Hernando Beach. HBPOA members join together through committees utilizing their expertize to provide representation to local and state governments for the benefit of the property owners of Hernando Beach. HBPOA members are welcome to join and contribute to various committees such as Government Affairs, Hospitality, Vision, and Landscaping, as well as any "ad-hoc" committees that are formed as the need for them is identified. Working together we are a powerful voice advocating for our Hernando Beach community.