Welcome Sun Valley Residents
The Sun Valley Homeowners Association is pleased to present to you our community web site. It contains general information as well as updated area policies and procedures and should be of great use to residents and potential residents alike.
If you have any suggestions or would like to submit your comments, concerns or questions regarding this web site, please contact the Owner Relations Committee. Your input will always be appreciated.
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Current Water Restrictions Year-Round Landscape Irrigation RuleUpdated November 2012
The South Florida Water Management District currently has no water shortage restrictions in place anywhere in its 16-county region.
Residents and businesses should continue to follow the District’s Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule, which limits landscape irrigation to two days a week, with a three-day-a-week provision for some counties. Utilizing the rule’s flexibility, some city and county governments have adopted alternative landscape irrigation ordinances based on local water demands or system limitations.
- Residents with odd-numbered street addresses may water lawns and landscapes on Mondays, Wednesdays and/or Saturdays only before 10 a.m. OR after 4 p.m.
- Residents with even-numbered street addresses may water lawns and landscapes on Tuesdays, Thursdays and/or Sundays only before 10 a.m. OR after 4 p.m.
- Landscape irrigation restrictions apply to water from a utility, a private well, canal, lake or pond.
- Watering is not allowed between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m..
- For the most efficient use of water, residents should avoid irrigating during both time periods on the same day.
- New landscaping can be watered without regard to restrictions on the first day it is installed.
- Landscaping that has been in place from 2 days to 30 days can be watered on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and/or Sundays during the hours allowed for regular landscape irrigation.
- Landscaping that has been in place from 31 days to 90 days can be watered on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during the hours allowed for regular landscape irrigation.
- Additional watering days can only be used to benefit new landscaping. An entire irrigation system zone may only be watered if it contains at least 50 percent new landscaping..
This Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule is a component of the District’s Comprehensive Water Conservation Program, approved by the Governing Board in September 2008 to encourage more responsible use of water resources throughout South Florida.
All residents are encouraged to conserve water in any way possible. For more information about Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Conservation Measures, including links to local government website you may visit www.sfwmd.gov.
Garbage Rules & Regulations
Your garbage is collected twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Garbage must be contained in standard 32-50 gallon cans or sealed plastic bags. Containers and contents can weigh no more than 50 pounds. Any container exceeding the 50 gallon capacity limit will not be serviced.
Bulk Items (2 times per week – Tuesday & Friday)
Discarded furniture and appliances as well as other household items including toilets, bathtubs, water softeners, and similar household goods that will not fit into a standard garbage can is collected twice per week and may be placed curbside with the regular household garbage.
For safety reasons:
- Please remove or seal doors on refrigerators, freezers, washers and dryers before placing outside so that children can not crawl inside and become trapped.
- All mirrors, glass doors, glass table tops, pane glass windows, etc. must be broken up and containerized in solid containers (no plastic bags).
- Do not mix bulk items or tires with vegetation.
Residential Yard Waste (Vegetation) (1 time per week – Tuesday)
Yard waste includes debris from routine residential yard maintenance only. It does not include debris generated from land clearing or tree removal. All vegetation must be kept separate from other debris and be dirt and sand free.
In your yellow bin please place the following items:
- Unwanted Mail – NEW
- School/Office Papers – NEW
- Phone Books
- Paper Bag
- ALL Cardboard Boxes – NEW (Includes beverage cartons, tissue boxes, dry food boxes, corrugated cardboard. Boxes must be flattened and cut to 3’ x 3’ max.)
In your blue bin please place the following items:
- Plastic Containers #1 – #7
- Steel Cans – NEW
- Aluminum Cans, Foil and Pie Plates
- Drink Boxes
- Milk and Juice Cartons
- Glass Bottles and Jars
- No Light Bulbs, Mirrors or Plate Glass
- No Plastic Wrap
- No Plastic Bags
- No Styrofoam