Welcome to Polynesian Isles Homeowners Association Website . . .
This website was established and is maintained by the Polynesian Isles Homeowners Association (PIHOA).
Please make this website your virtual gateway to the local community. Stay informed and updated on valuable and timely information about our Community. Members of the Association enjoy the following benefits:
Please register with this site to qualify for more features and access to many powerful tools. Some of these tools include access to the boat ramp lock combination, and bulletin board postings. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve our site, suggestions are welcome.Contact Us if you have any questions.
Do you need help with gardening, planting or yard care? Do you want to create a "Florida-Friendly" yard? Santa Rosa County Master Gardeners offer educational programs and information to county residents: soil tests, lawn care, watering, planting guidelines, fertilizer applications, pesticides, insecticides and weed control.
Visit a free Plant Clinic at the South Santa Rosa County Service Center, 5819 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Tuesdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
NOTE: Closed on days of voting.
United Peninsula Association will hold its first quarterly General Meeting of 2015 on Thursday, January 29th at 5:30 PM in the main dining room of Tiger Point Golf Club. UPA Members/Sponsors and interested Gulf Breeze residents and business owners are invited to attend this informative meeting. Guests are welcome to purchase drinks and socialize before the start of the meeting in Tiger Point's lovely lounge area.
The meeting's agenda will include voting on the new Board of Directors for UPA, announcing and receiving input on UPA's priorities for 2015, and giving updates on issues impacting our community. Now that United Peninsula Association has received its 501(c)(3) status, an exciting future lies ahead for this organization. A table will also be available for those who wish to update their membership/sponsorship status or join the organization.
United Peninsula Association is a community driven 501(c)(3) with a broad membership base of residents, home owners associations, and businesses from the foot of the Pensacola Bay Bridge to the Santa Rosa County border east of Navarre. UPA's mission is five-fold: 1. To improve communication between the Fairpoint Peninsula community and all local, county, and state governmental officials and agencies. 2. To educate its members on issues impacting them. 3. To encourage sensible growth on the Peninsula. 4. To enhance the Peninsula's appearance. 5. To represent the interests of this community in the larger arena of Santa Rosa County, the Pensacola MSA, and in our state. Private property improvements are not part of our mission or undertakings. No funds nor benefits flow to any individual. For more information, visit www.unitedpeninsula.org or call (850) 384-8169.