Dear Residents of Hillcrest Buildings 1-18

The winter-time FOB distribution for the pools and fitness center will be as follows to accommodate our returning part-time residents:

  • Friday, November 6, 2015
  • Friday, November 20, 2015
  • Friday, December 18, 2015
  • Wednesday, January 6, 2016
  • Friday, January 22, 2016

The distribution location will be at Clubhouse Two.  Clubhouse Two is located on the cul-de-sac at the end of Hillcrest Court.

ADDRESS:  1151 S. Hillcrest Court.           TIME: 6pm—7pm

As a reminder, FOBS are only distributed to the owner of record (Only one fob per unit)

Please bring the following documents:
1. Photo ID
2. Copy of tax bill.
3. $10 cash or check made payable to Hillcrest Presidents Council
4. New Resident/Owners – copy of Board approval form
5. Renters: Copy of current executed lease agreement.


Hip-hip Hooray!!  Residents of Hillcrest Buildings 1- 18 are celebrating the opening of their own well-equipped Fitness Center adjacent to Pool #3 on Monday  May 11, 2015.

If you intend to use the Fitness Center and/or Pool #3, please go to the Fitness Center (formerly Clubhouse 3#) to purchase a personal FOB access key for $1o.oo on:

Friday May 8, 2015 @ 6 pm – 7 pm or  Saturday May 9, 2015 @ 10 am – 1 pm

Please make check payable to: Hillcrest Presidents Council

Please bring photo ID and proof of residency, either a recent tax or utility bill.

Distribution dates for FOB key for pools #1, 2 and 4 will be announced soon.

Kudos to the Hillcrest Presidents Council for the work to create this community asset and incentive to promote a healthy lifestyle.  Before anyone can use in the new Hillcrest Presidents Council Fitness Center, residents must submit a signed waiver form.  Click the blue link below to download a form or collect one from a Council member.  The electronic FOB access key you buy for $10.00 to access gym and pool is issued one per unit, if lost a replacement FOB will cost $50.00.

Like other shared facilities, use of the Hillcrest Presidents Council Fitness Center requires your cooperation with guidelines to avoid injury, liability and annoying others:

1>>  Guests of residents may not use Hillcrest Fitness Center without the resident present. Only one guest allowed at any one time.

2>>  The guest of resident must sign a waiver prior to use.  No personal trainers allowed to use the Hillcrest Fitness Center.

3>>  FOB is for use by resident to which it is assigned and cannot be loaned or used by anyone not authorized.

4>>  Emergency exits are for emergencies only and not for general egress from or to allow entry to Fitness Center.

5>>  Emergency doorway must be clear at all times and not blocked with any equipment.

6>>  Residents must wipe down equipment after each use.

7>>  No smoking and no pets allowed in Fitness Center.

8>>  All residents and guests must wear athletic footwear and a shirt when using  Fitness Center.

9>>   Headphone/earplugs must be worn when using electronic devices (iPods).

10>>  Residents cannot remove equipment from Fitness Center.

To review full list of rules, click there –> Fitness Center Rules

To read and download waiver, click there –> Fitness Center Waiver Form


In an effort to improve the curb appeal of our community, the Hillcrest Presidents’ Council Executive Board approved expenditures to enhance the park area located at the corner of Hillcrest Court and Hillcrest Lane for our residents.

The project was granted to Tobin Properties under the direction of HCPC Chair, Jeffrey Ladner, for the planting of nine Live Oak trees along the streets which will eventually provide a shade canopy over the adjourning sidewalk and streets.   The project also consisted of establishing a planting mound on the corner of Hillcrest Court and Hillcrest Lane with signage for the park area which will eventually include the name of the park, as well as the designation as a private park for use by residents of HCPC buildings.  This new signage is framed by low-maintenance plantings to enhance the entrance into our community.

Additional improvements were made to the adjourning BBQ area near Pool #3 which included the installation of two gazebos and four grills which have been relocated away from the pool fence.  Eventually, landscaping in that area will be improved to enhance the connection to the park area.

Lonnie Saunders, the new HCPC maintenance person, was charged in installation of the gazebos as well as repairing the irrigation system to ensure the new landscaping and park area remains green and lush.

Residents are starting to use the new areas, many have been seen  lounging under the new gazebos to read, socialize or enjoy the beautiful weather with their family.  The HCPC Executive Board hopes this becomes a social hub for our community, and gets neighbors to know their neighbors while enhancing the beauty and amenities of our community.