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Message From the HOA President
Posted on Jun 27th, 2019

In keeping with that spirit, new efforts have been made to rally our neighbors and coordinate efforts to help one another.  Our email communications and our community website are all sharing volunteer offers from families and friends here in Stewart Peninsula.  Please take a look at what is being offered, or lend a hand to your neighbor and volunteer through the site.  
Amidst new daily challenges of life, it is encouraging to see so many of you walking/talking (from a safe distance) and enjoying the spring weather here in the relative seclusion of Stewart Peninsula. Although many of our events have been canceled or postponed, new ones have taken their place, with "Party on the Porch" and other socially distanced neighborhood events. 
Beyond the events, among other impacts to us from the CDC guidance is the impact on the community pools.  Although work continues on the updates right on schedule, with the demolition of the pergolas completed and the sail shades installed at the time you reading this, our opening dates for the Adult Pool and hot tub and the Family Pool remain unknown. 
The executive order of the Governor of Texas precludes our operation of the pools during this time. The traditional opening date for the Family Pool is, the "best guess" for the opening this year, around the second/third week of May.  However, this may be directly impacted by guidance from state officials.  The HOA Board is staying abreast of these developments and will announce any changes as soon as we can.
I know many of you have ideas and feedback on how to make the community even better and more supportive.  I urge you to come forward with your proposals.  Our recent stay-at-home period has certainly caused you to look at our neighborhood more lately.  What do you think?  What could be better or different?  We want to hear from you.
One last request to everyone in Stewart Peninsula:  Please be considerate and watchful of your neighbors, kids and pets who are taking to the sidewalks and streets.  On behalf of the HOA Board of Directors, we urge all of you and your families to Stay Safe.  Thank you.