Holiday Village
Seminole Florida

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We are an affordable resident owned cooperative community located at 6580 Seminole Blvd, Seminole, Florida. Our park consists of about 28 acres of prime  Seminole real estate and we have around 233 homes
Holiday Village Club House

Speed limit.

Please remember that we are a family park and the speed limit is 15 miles per hour.

Monthly Board Meetings

Our Monthly board meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in the clubhouse. All members of our Association are invited to attend. Our agenda includes a financial report and current topics of importance.

Our Board of Directors

We have a total of 15 Board members. Each member serves for a period of three years. Each year we elect 5  members. Our Executive committee consists of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary. We also have committees such as grounds committees and screening committees and we encourage any of our share holders to take part in the running of the Park. It is your park

Trash Collection

Waste Management collect trash twice a week, and this service is not free. Please be sure to arrange for your trash to be collected. Although the cost of  water and grass cutting is included in your maintenance fee, trash has always been user pay the same as cable, gas and electricity etc. We have a dumpster for several weeks during the year, please ask at the office for the schedule. To save on the dumpster, please arrange for any scrap metal to be picked up by either Charlie or Kevin. This is a free service. Charlie Norwood 727 244 8226 or Kevin Erdell. 727 398 2485.
Charlie Norwood 727 244 8226

Park Water

Half of our maintenance fee goes to pay our water bill. We ask all residents to conserve water. We enjoy the low maintenance fee. Lets keep it that way. If you want to water your garden, you should consider installing a sand point. Several residents have done this and say it works great.