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Welcome to NonaCrest
 
 

Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.

~ Neighborhood News ~
Gate Entry System
We have installed a new Telephone Entry System (TES) at the gates.  This new system requires a # symbol before the gate code.  We are working to add any missing gate codes, if you experience a problem with your gate code please email gatecode@nonacrest.com.
 
Palm Tree Removal
Many homeowners have begun removing palm trees for various reasons such as excessive height, disease, etc.  There are rules that govern removal of any trees within Nonacrest and the City of Orlando; it is very important that homeowners file the appropriate paperwork to include (1) Architectural Review Application (ARA) with the HOA, (2) permit from the City of Orlando.  Tree removal must also include tree replacement after the stumps are removed if applicable.
 
Responsible Dog Walking & Clean-Up
The Association has been receiving an increase in reports of dog owners not properly walking their dogs. Specifically, numerous reports have indicated owners letting their dogs run free out their front door.  Additionally, some dogs have left solid waste on neighbors lawns without being cleaned up by the owner.
Please be responsible pet owners and keep dogs on their leashes and clean-up after them.  For loose dog and dog waste, a complaint can be filed with Orange County Animal Services using their link:(http://www.orangecountyfl.net/AnimalsPets/ascForm.aspx)   
 
No Overnight Street Parking
Overnight street parking is not allowed in NonaCrest between the hours of 2 AM and 6 AM each day; violators will be towed.  IF YOUR VEHICLE IS TOWED CALL Airport Towing Service 407-855-7777, all vehicles towed from Nonacrest will be taken to a holding lot located at 4507 E. Wetherbee Road, Orlando, FL 32824.

Nonacrest Pool/Cabana Use
The Nonacrest pool/cabana are open from dawn to dusk daily and must never be used during adverse weather such as thunderstorms where lightning/thunder has occurred within 15 minutes. Only Nonacrest residents are authorized to use the pool; guests must be escorted by a resident and children under the age of 17 are not permitted without an adult. To reserve the cabana, see the form in the Documents section.

Compliance Reminders!
1. Parking across the Sidewalks - it is unsafe for pedestrians and illegal by the laws of the City of Orlando. Such actions could result in a citation and/or your vehicle being towed.
 
2. Garbage/Recycle containers after pickup - please pull  in your garbage and recycle bins by 7pm on the day of pickup. Not doing so is unsightly to your neighbors. It sometime results in containers being blown onto the roads during strong winds causing safety issues. If you cannot be home by then, please ask a neighbor or friend to do so.
 
3. Pickup after your dog -  more of our fellow residents are reporting a higher occurrence of dog walkers not cleaning up after their pets. Such violations are unsanitary, unsightly and an extremely unpleasant experience should one accidentally step into it. 
 
Security Reminders
Always keep your vehicles locked while parked in your driveway - this is the easiest and best first line of defense in protecting your valuables and property!
 
2019 Hurricane Season  - June 1st to November 30th.
The City of Orlando Office of Emergency Management (OEM) wants all City residents to take three actions to be prepared for any type of natural or manmade disaster. Residents need to:
1. Make a Plan
2. Build a Kit
3. Stay Informed
 
Visit OEM at cityoforlando.net/emergency or call 321.235.5438 / 321.235.5439 for assistance and resources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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~ Upcoming Events ~
Swimming Pool is closed due to the Stay At Home Order!
Thursday, March 26th to Thursday, April 9th
News from the office of Buddy Dyer, Mayor of the City of Orlando:
 
March 24, 2020
 
Along with our regional partners in Orange County, the City of Orlando continues to take difficult, but needed action to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. 
 
These decisions are not made lightly and we know that they will have continued economic and emotional impacts on our community – but we must continue to act in order to save lives.  
 
That is why I am joining Mayor Demings and the leaders from the municipalities in Orange County and supporting a “Stay at Home” order for all residents and closing all non-essential businesses, starting this Thursday at 11 p.m., and continuing for two weeks through April 9, 2020. 
 
This means you should stay at home, unless it is absolutely needed – like shopping at the grocery store, going to a doctor’s appointment, providing necessary care for a family member, visiting a restaurant for a takeout order or going outside to exercise, all while keeping six feet between you and others. 

Businesses that are not considered essential, which includes most retail, recreation and entertainment businesses, are to cease operations no later than Thursday, March 26 at 11 p.m.   

You should not go to work unless you are providing essential services that are defined in this order. Visits to family members or friends should be limited to those who need medical or other essential assistance, such as ensuring an adequate supply of food or medicine. 

We know that this order will impact the livelihood of residents, our local businesses and our region’s economy. But the health of our community is our top priority and we must do everything that we can to protect the lives of our family members, friends and neighbors. 

It is our goal that through aggressive action we will help minimize how many people in our community are impacted by this virus, and then how quickly residents and businesses can recover emotionally and financially. 

This is a challenge unlike any we’ve seen before, but I know that Orlando is up to it. 

Let’s all stay home, stop the spread and save lives. 

Sincerely,  


Buddy Dyer 
Mayor