Welcome to the Adrian Woods Homeowners Association Website
Thank you for visiting our Association’s Website. The HOA website allows us to keep you informed and up-to-date on events happening in our community. We hope that you visit often and participate in your Association whenever possible.
Your 2020 Board of Directors and Officers look forward to making this year a good one for all homeowners. Ideas are always welcome. Please let us know if you have any suggestions.
- February 15, 2020 at 9:00 AM
909 Clearview St
February 15th, 2020 – Board of Directors Meeting
The 2019 Annual Meeting was scheduled for December 7th, 2019, at 9 am at the Fire Station at 909 Clearview St (Off Raughton Rd).
During this years' Annual Meeting, a new Board of Directors was elected. During this years' meeting, the Adrian Woods Homeowners Association is attempting to update the Covenants. To do so, we need a minimum of 2/3rds of our Association Members to submit an affirmative on their ballot sheets. You can review the Proposed Covenants and submit them via mail, e-mail, or fax.
Architectural Review Committee Review Form
The Board of Directors has established the Architectural Review Committee Review Form for submitting requests to be reviewed.
Your Licensed Community Association Manager is Jay Schwartz.
Jay may be reached through the following:
Phone: (850) 473-3983
Fax: (850) 473-3975
Mailing Address: 4400 Bayou Blvd, #58 B
Pensacola, FL 32503
Online Dues Processing
You can now pay your Dues online. Visit https://my.renttrack.com/management/120258/group to pay your dues today.
Annual Dues for 2020
AdrianWoods Associations Dues are $325 annually for 2020. They are due on January 1st, 2020. A late fee of $25 will apply if not paid by January 31st, 2020. Additionally, an interest of 1.5% per month will be charged, retroactively, to the due date of January 1st. If an account remains unpaid, the account is subject to being referred to our attorney for collection. If referral to our attorney becomes necessary, you will become responsible for all attorney fees and expenses. If necessary, the HOA has the authority to place a lien on your property and foreclose if necessary.