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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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Grill and Chill
Posted on Aug 6th, 2022
This was a great event, see the current events page for another great activity sponsored by our Social Committee
HOA completed items for August 2022
Posted on Aug 6th, 2022
a.     Created ServPro emergency profile - This tool is intended for property managers, risk managers, and owners, both residential and commercial. It allows the user to create an emergency-ready profile of their facility containing critical information to help speed up response time after fire or water damage. Help is then just a few clicks away. The application stores property details, utility shut-off locations, key contacts, damage photos, local weather, and more.
b.     5 dead trees removed for safety per board approval July 2022
c.      Retention ponds are now being treated for weed control, triploid carp stocked 198 main ponds, 30 Tralee Bay pond,, 20 Dublin Manor pond (based upon pond surface volume). The ponds have been sprayed twice
d.     Clubhouse printer received and will be installed
e.     Mandated County tree installations approved, and permit will be issues
Items completed for June
Posted on Jun 22nd, 2022
I.   Recently completed projects
·         Three lights on Pond trail fixed and converted to LED for cost savings – Completed
·         Clubhouse Remediation project (Landscaping) – Completed, thank you for all who helped make our neighborhood better!
·         FPL box at 1869 Tullagee is leaning (FPL) – Completed
·         Painting of FPL and AT&T boxes at clubhouse, numerous signs - Completed
·         Video camera for monitoring area on Ballinton and Tralee Bay – Completed
·         Attorney letter concerning road ownership between associations - Completed
Clubhouse Remediation Project
Posted on May 31st, 2022
The clubhouse remediation has been completed with the front and side landscaping being renovated to allow for lower maintenance and repair costs. The trees were damaging the roof and water pipes, and we incurred thousands of dollars in roof and drywall repair this year due to the trees, which will be eliminated in the future. The landscaping is much more visually appealing for our neighborhood which will help housing prices and neighborhood appeal. Thank you to the volunteers and board members that helped make this possible.
Neighborhood security additions
Posted on May 3rd, 2022
In an effort to enhance the security and safety methodology in our very exposed neighborhood environment we wanted to increase the amount of video capture and have the ability to display events that may occur in our neighborhood. A total of 10 additional security cameras have been added, three at the clubhouse, and 7 at the front gate to capture events. The front gate installation includes two high speed license plate readers, and coverage for the sidewalks entering our neighborhood.
Outdoor fans for clubhouse
Posted on May 3rd, 2022
The four fans under the veranda were replaced (they were not functioning) with outdoor fans designed for our environment with salt air and higher humidity. The switch on the wall controls the fans by time (10 - 60 minutes). I think you will find these fans very functional, and much more attractive, and best of all, they work!
Neighborhood Garage Sale
Posted on Apr 30th, 2022
This was held on Saturday April 30th, thank you to all who participated!
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Social Committee Meeting
Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Food Truck Event
Friday, October 6, 2023
6pm to 9pm
Free Zumba Class
Saturday, October 7, 2023
8am to 8:45am
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