Hernando Beach Property Owners Association - Gulf Coast Waterfront Community

To join HBPOA you must be a residential or business property owner in Hernando Beach. HBPOA is a voluntary membership civic organization that meets monthly from January through December at 7 pm at the Hernando Beach Marine Group Training Center.  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. Hernando Beach Property Owners Association is now celebrating its 29th year and is the oldest organization in Hernando Beach.

2022 "Hernando Beach Life" Photo Contest Slideshow

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 Membership payment online includes a $1.77 convenience fee.  You can pay your HBPOA Annual Membership Dues by PayPal, or debit, or credit card.

If an individual is the spouse or legal partner of an HBPOA member, they can become an HBPOA member by being properly listed on the member’s application form.  While such listing would make them a HBPOA member, they would not become a voting member until sixty days after they have become a member. Please visit our Bylaws link to learn more. 


Thursday, April 6, 2023 at 7 pm 

Hernando Beach Yacht Club, 4163 Shoal Line Blvd., Hernando Beach FL

 Guest Speaker - Frank McCabe

Frank McCabe has been a Hernando County resident since 1991,  serving over 5 years on the nuclear submarine USS Albuquerque.  He worked as an EMS Dispatch Supervisor for Florida Regional EMS for 6 years until he started working for Hernando County in 1997.  He initially worked for the Emergency Management Department and became a Code Enforcement Officer in 1998.  He has been the Code Enforcement Supervisor since February 2016.  He enjoys working with Hernando County residents and businesses as well as with other government agencies towards the goal of making Hernando County a safer and cleaner place to live.

Advertiser: Sarah Hill with JT Realty

Membership Renewals are Payable by December 31 of every year

Mailing Address:   

Hernando Beach POA, P.O. Box 3198, Spring Hill FL 34611-3198


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2022 "Hernando Beach Life" Photo Contest Winner ~ Diane Malone