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Homeowners Association Meeting and ARC Meeting.

Unless specified differently, the Community Association meeting occurs on the second Tuesday of each month. 

Next Meeting (The meeting for July 9th was rescheduled for later this month due to the inability to have a quorum on July 9th)
July 23rd @ 7:30 PM will be held on-site at Coconut Creek Recreations Complex
4455 Sol Press Boulevard, Coconut Creek.

Important Notes

  • Gate Box Replacements
    The two failing gate boxes (1 in St. Croix and 1 in Windermere were replaced in June.
  • Pool Area Security
    The Board approved replacing the locking and security system in the pool area. Current keys will be eliminated, and each household will get a key fob to enter the pool area and the gym. Look for further updates on the timing on this webpage.
  • Comcast Contract/AT&T Internet update
    The Comcast contract ended in April 2023. The Board has approved an ATT Internet-only service multi-year contract at a significantly reduced rate from the ATT retail price.
    Residents must contact AT&T if they already have services with them to be converted to the bulk contract. Once converted into the HOA account, homeowners should stop receiving a bill from ATT for the Internet as it will be included in the 500 MB service (the Internet router comes with the service) in HOA fees. There was no increase to the budget to include this.
    Current ATT subscribers need to contact ATT to have them convert you to the bulk contract. This is, unfortunately, not an automatic process. The ATT bulk center number is 1-866-299-6824. Let them know you are on the Indigo Lake Bulk Contract. Here is a link to the mailer from AT&T: ATT Internet Mailer For Indigo Lakes
  • Gate Call Box Entry Application
    Contact the Property Management Company to get a logon for the smartphone app. The new system allows multiple phone numbers to be simultaneously rung, and the app will enable you to view who is at the gate.
Currently, to be buzzed in through the gate, the visitor chooses your name off the new touch screen, and the owner/tenant must hit the * button.
Step 1 – Download the app called CELLGATE

If using the app, the email will now allow you to have a video call, which is now possible. On the video call, a button titled “open” appears.

To add additional users, add phone numbers, or set up multiple rings or emails, visit the desktop version at https://user.zapopen.com/Account/SignIn. You can also make changes to your account as needed.

ANY QUESTION? Please email [email protected]

  • Street Tree Plan
    Homeowners can use this plan to request a permit from the city to remove the live oak and replace it with a more appropriate tree approved for the location as a new street tree. The homeowner will be responsible for the cost and process of removing and replacing the new street tree. Please follow this link on the process and see which trees have been approved for the different lots in each community.
    Street Tree Replacement Process
  • For those who received a letter for violating the carriage/coach light. We need homeowners to submit an ARC form to request a change. If approved, you will be allowed to keep the changed-out lights. Acceptable replacement examples
  • Overnight parking in the roadways and on landscaped areas, including the swale easement off the roadway, and any parking of commercial vehicles on the property violates the Homeowner Association By-Laws. A company has been hired to roam the neighborhoods at nighttime on various nights throughout the week and will call out a tow company to remove cars after being warned multiple times. Two warnings will be issued first. The car owner will then contact the immobilization company and pay the fee to remove the boots from the wheels. A letter to all homeowners in 2021 communicated this process was coming. As addressed in the letter, if you are having a party or gathering where vehicles will be parked in the street between midnight and 6 AM, contact the PM company (M&M Property Management – 954-582-4400) to have it noted with the vendor not to boot the vehicle for that event.
  • Pool Area Parking
    Several cars have been using the pool common area parking overnight for many days. The documents dictate this parking is to be used as “temporary, first-come, first-serve parking” for residents and guests. The Board is looking into further detailing this issue. Homeowners are reminded that parking here for multiple days is not temporary, and vehicles may be towed out in the future.
  • Gate Access Codes information.
    If you are not in the gate box and need to be added, please fill out this form and send it to M&M Property Management.
    Indigo Lakes Gate Entry FormIf you do not have the code, contact M&M Property Management. You can also purchase pre-coded gate remotes from M&M Property Management.

Important Links

Approved Board Policies

Condensed Format HOA Docs

Blue Book (Deed Restrictions) Documents Online  

Architectural Review Committee Form

Acceptable Coach Light Replacement Examples

Other Links

Contact City Code Enforcement

Indigo Lakes Roadways Survey

Please get in touch with the Property Manager for meeting minutes.
Coconut Creek Landscape Compliance

Indigo Lakes Newsletter

Click here to see Homeowner Tips

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Revised: July 9, 2024