Watch out for cul-de-sac repairs the last week of February on Dolphin Point and at the end of Dolophin Bay Blvd. They will be restricted to local traffic only.
Welcome our newest residents:
Greg and Tammy Cook, 802 JR Arnold Court!
Dane and Laurie Hallemeier, 7009 Starfish Court!
Welcome Jim and Lorri Barger, 7015 Starfish Court!
Thanks to all those that helped decorate the entrance to the community and to John Rodgers for repainting our Dolphin Bay sign!
The Fall Community Party was held at the front of Dolphin Bay on October 22nd. Connie Walker with help from John Rodgers, Steve Edgecomb and other residents helped put this event together. Thanks to all that attended this fun afternoon!
Welcome new our newest residents!
Jerry and Gina Hall
6404 Dolphin Shores Drive
Jesse and Sylvia Fletcher
7131 Dolphin Bay Blvd
Channing and Lori McKenzie
6417 Dolphin Shores Drive
7105 Dolphin Bay Blvd
Dolphin Bay sends its condolences to the Jones family. We ask that you keep their family in your prayers during this difficult time.
Our Welcome to Summer Party was attended by a number of residents on June 18th by the tennis court. Special thanks to Isis Koenders and all those that helped in putting on this fun community party. We hope to do it again in the fall!
Thank you Steve and crew for doing a marina cleanup day on May 21st and your on-going work there!
The April 25th Special Owners Meeting at Watercrest was well attended. Although the majority of those that voted approved of giving the BOD direction to pursue the marina purchase, the number was short of what was needed to allow us to proceed at this time. We will continue to look at options and do a better job of getting details out to our membership.
The Spring Community Garage Sale on April 16th was a big success! Thank you Ken Smith that was the POC for this event.
Dolphin Bay welcomes our newest owners, Mickey and Pam Bennett!
6414 Dolphin Shores Drive
Everyone should have received a quarterly Newsletter from the Association. We are soliciting ideas for Spring and Fall Fling Community Parties. If you wish to volunteer, let one of your directors or Dennis/Tammy from Coastal Properties know!
The BOD made a decision to go with one community waste disposal company due to the road damage multiple carriers created. All residents are asked to utilize our preferred waste hauler, Mr. Trash. Residents were provided a letter detailing the preferred rates and recycling options. Please make the switch to Mr Trash if they are not already your carrier.
Dolphin Bay welcomes our new management company, Coastal Property Services, Inc. Coastal's involvement in the day to day operations management of Dolphin Bay should be seamless and will help us more effectively run the community and allow the BOD to focus less on administative issues and more on overall improvements to our community. Their POCs are Dennis Fuller and Tammy O'Loughlin. He can be reached at 1-800-676-8350 ext. 15
WOW recently upgraded lines into our community, changing from analog to digital signals. As a result, gate channel 5 is now 5-1 and the channel 10 slide show is channel 5-2. Use channels 800 and 801 with a cable box
Owners are reminded not to give out their personal gate codes. By accepting the issuance of a code, residents agree to the BOD policy of its use by your family only. Other access provided by the call box or clickers. Misuse will result in the deletion of your assigned code. Email Doug Semon at email@example.com if you need a temporary code for contractors
Let the BOD know if you are interested in becoming an active member of our newly established Neighborhood Watch Program. Contact Bill Woods at 867-0913 for more info. Remember, keep your garage doors closed and lock your car doors when parked outside in your driveway
The BOD recently amended the CCRs to include restrictions on the operations of golf carts/motorized vehicles in the community. Drivers must be licensed drivers or be under the direct supervision of a licensed driver or one with a learners permit at a minimum and operate in accordance with state laws. This action was taken for the safety of all those in our community. Owners are also reminded to keep off the empty bay front lots. These parcels are private property and there is no easement to the water. The owners have asked the board to assist in keeping trespassers off their property. Parking on empty lots is also expressly prohibited per our Covenants.
Residents will notice the presence of BCSO deputies in the community at varying hours during different days of the week. They are here for your safety and security and will assist us in handling recent incidents of criminal mischief as well as traffic enforcement. They will also help enforce certain covenant issues such as (but not limited to) illegal parking and underage use of golf carts w/o adult supervision. Deputies Tim Adkins and Chad Roswell are eager to meet you and look forward to working in our community to make all of us that live here feel safe and secure. Please take the time to introduce yourself and welcome/thank them for serving our community.
Please lock the court and turn off the lights after you are done. As a reminder,
any activity inside that area other than tennis or basketball is not permitted.
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HARBOURAGE YACHT CLUB AT DOLPHIN BAY
Following the lawful execution of the Dolphin Bay access agreement between the DBOA and the Marina Association, The Harbourage Yacht Club is OPEN FOR BUSINESS (Read the entire agreement here)
. A private club, the HYC is a members-only club. You can learn more from the website: http://hycmarina.com/
As a reminder, all residents must register with the HYC to have open access to the marina and boat ramp, even if you do not have a boat
The DBOA and HYC are offering up to $500 for information leading to the arrest of anyone caught vandalizing property in Dolphin Bay or the Marina
Contact any Director with information that might assist authorities in apprehending vandals
Please take a moment to read a personal Letter from the President and visit the HOA Board pages for full details of your new Board.
Your Board has heard your demand for improved covenant compliance over the past several years. The BOD agrees with you that Covenant compliance must be a key initiative for your Board. It is only through this process we will transform Dolphin Bay back into the pearl of Panama City Beach. Countless proud owners have made it clear to the Board that they want our covenants enforced.
To that end, your CCAC will perform a review of all properties for compliance to Dolphin Bay covenants and will continue send out letters to all home owners whose property shows significant violation.
If you receive a notice that points out a violation we urge you to bring your property into compliance according to the bylaws of Dolphin Bay.
For detailed information on the processes and goals of the CCAC visit the HOA Committees page.
Channel 10 Online!!!
The presentation that Dolphin Bay residents see on their Knology cable channel 10 is now available online (use digital channel 5-2/801 on cable box). Visit the Documents page for immediate viewing.