Welcome to Polynesian Isles Homeowners Association Website . . .

This website was established and is maintained by the Polynesian Isles Homeowners Association (PIHOA).

PIHOA is a not-for-profit Corporation established to maintain and influence the quality of life for the residents of our Community. This includes:

  • Maintaining the common areas including the boat ramp and the canal system.
  • Active involvement in the Community.
  • Sponsoring social and volunteer events.
  • Interacting with local governments on issues of quality of life and growth.
  • Organizing assistance to those in need during or after a disaster (hurricanes, fires, accidents).

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:

  • Use of the pass into Escambia Bay from our canal system (the pass would not be navigable if it were not for PIHOA maintenance),
  • Use of the boat ramp
  • Maintenance of common properties
  • Property value protection
  • Right to vote on the expenditure of PIHOA funds, elect officers and establishment of policy.

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.

Meetings on Bike Paths
Posted on Wednesday, November 12 @ 12:36:25 CST (6 reads)

Santa Rosa County will be holding three public meetings this month to discuss proposed bike paths in the south county.

— Noon, Nov. 12 in Classroom B of the Andrews Research and Education Institute, 1020 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze.

10 a.m., Nov. 13 at the Navarre Visitor Information Center, 8543 Navarre Parkway, Navarre.

 6 p.m., Nov. 18 at the Tiger Point Community Center,  1370 Tiger Park Lane, Gulf Breeze.

 You can find out more at the following link.



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Canal Assessment 2014 - Great News
Posted on Tuesday, August 26 @ 16:25:30 CDT (33 reads)
Money and Finances

We all recently got our 2014 Property Tax estimate, the TRIM report, in the mail. On the estimate the canal assessment was again stated to be $700.00 instead of a correct lesser amount.

Several of our neighbors and members of the board contacted the county to voice their concern and asked for a review and correction. Hooray. The effort paid off. Our assessment will be $453.10 and it will be the last assessment to satisfy our current indebtedness to the county.

The following is the confirmation email from Henry Brewton of the county.

I apologize for the inaccurate canal assessment on your TRIM notice. I have been in this office about 9 months and was unaware of the issues with Polynesian Canal when the assessment was sent to the Property Appraiser’s office. Numerous calls prompted me to investigate the matter. After reviewing available information it has been determined that the final assessment for Polynesian Isles Canal should be $453.10. This rate has been forwarded to the Property Appraiser’s office and will appear on the 2014 tax bill in November. Again, I apologize for any frustration this has caused you and your neighbors.

Sincerely,Henry Brewton

This does not mean that the MSBU should go away. We still have to maintain our canal system to protect our property value. The future of the MSBU will be discussed at the Annual Membership Meeting in November. Stay tuned.

Special thanks to all members of our community who expressed concern and got the action that we deserve.

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