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Capron Ridge is a unique residential community in a natural setting to be enjoyed by families, singles, professionals, empty nesters, and retirees.
 
Capron ridge has roots in Florida history. The Capron-Hernandez Trail, which was the first improved military trail from St. Augustine to Fort Pierce, was cleared along the ridge line. Completed in 1837 by Brigadier General Joseph M. Hernandez, this historical trail probably followed a trail used by the Indians and was used later by the early settlers moving south.
 
Today, our community is one of the most outstanding places to live in Brevard County with its blend of natural environmental preserves and six distinctive complementary communities. The theme is old Irish, and the names for the streets and communities were chosen from places in Ireland.
 
The natural beauty of the preserved environmental areas is enjoyed throughout the development. Natural landscaped buffers are enhanced with native plants providing visual buffers. Approximately one-third of our community is preserved native habitat with gopher tortoises, scrub jays, and many other native plants and animals.
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Rebuilding of docks and bridges
Posted on Oct 21st, 2023
  Beginning on October 4-5, weather-dependent, the docks and bridges in Capron Ridge will be rebuilt due to their age and poor safety conditions. We have contracted with a dock vendor after reviewing 4 quotes that will provide us with excellent value and ensure these structures are available to us long into the future.
 
  We will replace only the posts that are damaged (per vendor recommendations), and all substructures and surfaces will be replaced with marine-grade lumber and stainless-steel fittings. The upper surfaces will be maintenance-free surfaces called WearDeck, which have excellent strength and wear properties. It is also the coolest of these types of surfaces, and we have selected Barefoot Beige as the decking and railing components. The vendor anticipates that it will take approximately two weeks per dock, and 3 to 4 weeks for the bridge in the sequence shown below.
 
  During the time of rebuilding, each structure will be unavailable due to safety reasons. This will be a significant upgrade to our valuable assets in the quality of the neighborhood, recreational value, and safety.
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Tuesday, March 5, 2024
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Saturday, March 9, 2024
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