To commemorate the occasion of the City of Hollywood celebrating 90 years since gaining incorporation on November 28, 1925, the City is hosting public events to celebrate Hollywood.

In the last 90 years Hollywood has grown from a seaside resort that primarily served retirees and vacationing families, to the 12th largest city in the sate of Florida, that is distinguished by its brick pavered oceanfront Broadwalk, alluring beaches and as an emerging creative arts destination.

Mark your calendar, below are some of the activities you should check out with your friends and family.  Grab a slice of cake and enjoy “90 Ways to Celebrate”.

A walking tour hosted by the Hollywood Historical Society on Nov. 1st.  The Dream Car Classic and Food Truck Invasion will roll into Downtown,  the Drum Circle will gather in ArtsPark, there will be an assembly for Global Meditation for World Peace, plus Small Business Saturday, and more.  This celebration culminates with a concert at ArtsPark at Young Circle on Saturday, Nov. 21st.


Sunday, Oct. 11thSouth Florida ITALIAN CULTURE & HERITAGE FESTIVAL from 12pm til 8pm, ArtsPark at Young Circle.


The 7th Annual CARDBOARD BOAT RACE paddles into Hollywood’s North Lake on Saturday, Oct. 17th at 1pm at the Hollywood Marina, 700 Polk Street.  Preparation for this fun-filled battle begins with boat building at 8am.  Expect marine-themed activities for children and entertainment by a colorful Bahamian Junkanoo Band.  Food and beverages will be on sale.  For event registration and info., call Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts at 954-921-3404.



Friday, Oct. 23rdArtsPark BOO BASH


Wednesday, Nov. 11thANNUAL VETERAN’S BARBECUE at 12PM in Topeekeegee Yugnee Park.  Vets and active servicemen and women will be served by elected officials, Daughters of the American Revolution and volunteers. Jaxson’s Ice Cream sponsors refreshing treats, and attendees can post copies of  photos of veterans during their service on a wall of honor.




Every unit owner should have received a mailing that addresses the Hillcrest 11 bylaws that pertain to long-term guests.  Recently, our HOA Board encountered four unit owners who did not register their long-term guest or had guests (renters) live in their unit in a manner that was sneaky.  In one instance,  unauthorized tenants were discovered when a realtor came to show a 2-bedroom unit advertised as a rental.  The new parking permit policy has been useful in identifying such misconduct.  These incidents are alarming and triggered swift response from the Board to discourage further breaches.

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Dear Hillcrest 11 Residents,

As you are aware, being an owner in a condominium building means you are a cooperative owner, along with the other residents in the building.  Your monthly maintenance payments  pay bills for the building: electric, water/sewer, waste collection, cable TV, elevator service, landscaping and janitorial, to name a few.

There are also annual bills such as, certification and inspection of  fire alarms and extinguishers, the elevator, as well as building insurance.  Each year these costs are presented and approved during an annual budget meeting and incorporated into your monthly maintenance payment based on your percentage of common ownership.  When an owner of our building does not pay, or fails to pay their monthly maintenance in a timely manner this causes an unfair situation to the remaining residents of our building.

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Due to some confusion with the proper use of the Guest Parking Pass, which was distributed in May, the following change is made for the Guest Parking Pass and registration of guest vehicles:

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015 the Guest Parking Pass is only for use during daytime hours (8 a.m. thru 11 p.m.)  The Guest Parking Pass must be displayed on the front dashboard of a guest’s vehicle parked for more than one hour at Hillcrest 11 during daytime hours of 8 a.m. thru 11 p.m.

After July 1st DO NOT USE Guest Parking Pass for overnight parking.

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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


Your investment in Hillcrest 11,  your personal property and safety are now benefiting from an additional security feature introduced by the parking monitoring service recently implemented by unanimous vote of the HOA Board.

Recently, two units were occupied by people not authorized by the HOA Board to reside on Hillcrest 11 property.  Those people brought 4 cars into our already limited parking courtyard.  The new parking permits and parking monitoring service, quickly addresses the inconvenience presented by unauthorized vehicles using our parking courtyard.  Those vehicles and unauthorized residents are gone, as well as vehicles that were parked at Hillcrest 11 by people in nearby buildings.

As of May 1, 2015 the parking courtyard at Hillcrest 11 is monitored by A-Z Parking Enforcement Solutions “AZPES”.  Direct your concerns regarding parking or towing issues to A-Z Parking at (954) 707-8314 or azpes@att.net.


1.  No parking on grass, in Fire or travel lanes.
2.  Don’t park in “LOADING ZONE” or block dumpster.
3.  No parking on sidewalk or in “No Parking” areas.
4.  “FOR SALE” sign should not be posted in or on vehicle.
5.  No license plate displayed, an expired license plate, temp tag altered or not assigned to vehicle.
6.  No commercial vehicles 5pm – 9am or any inoperable vehicles (flat tires, etc.)
7.  Resident decal required to park in Resident parking areas.
8.  Guest Permit required to use guest parking areas over 15 days with Board approval.
9.  Register with A-Z Parking for guest vehicle parked overnight in GUEST space between 11 pm – 8 am.
10. Residents are not permitted to park in Guest parking spaces; guests are not permitted to park in Resident parking spaces.
11.  No parking in guest parking without registering guest vehicle.
12.  No reverse parking in any space, and vehicle must not protrude from parking space.
13.  Motorcycles must park in a parking space.
14.  Moving trucks cannot park overnight, no overnight parking in “Service” space or unattended vehicle in “Drop Off/Pick Up” space.

It is in your best interest to adhere to community regulations per Association by-laws, and all duly adopted rules pertaining to parking areas.

The HOA Board of Directors will not have any info on the reason your vehicle was towed.  Kindly direct questions about enforcement to A-Z Parking

Residents are responsible for the conduct of their guest(s), any costs associated with towing are the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner/operator.  All violations are documented and photographed.


THE SPIRIT of the CHRISTMAS SEASON arrived at Hillcrest 11 Thanksgiving night.

While turkeys and pumpkin pies baked, Holiday Elves (aka Jeff and Max) made time to adorn bannisters and palm trees with a dash of holiday sparkle, to create a warm welcome for residents, and their guests, as they arrive at Hillcrest 11 to spread good tidings this holiday season.

If you like the  #DelightfulLights  #GorgeousGlow  #TerrificTwinkle  do let them know.

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Per Association by-laws, any work by a contractor which is done on or within the common areas, or outside the confines of your unit, MUST be communicated to the Board of Directors and must be approved in writing by the Board of Directors.  If any work is done without approval, the resident can be required to endure the cost to return the common area back to its original condition.

This includes attachments to the bDCIM100GOPROuilding, cutting into any common wall, roof or any other building element, and access to the common attic (via access ports on 3rd floor, see photos) or electrical meter room.

Request must be submitted in writing along with detailed information on the scope of work, along with copies of the contractor’s license and insurance. Additionally, any major work within a residential unit must also receive Board of Director approval, per Association by-laws.  This includes electrical, plumbing or major structural changesDCIM100GOPRO

Request must be submitted in writing along with copies of contractor’s license and insurance information. These guidelines ensure the protection of common property and other residents who could be effected by inadequate, improper or sloppy workmanship or unlicensed work. Your cooperation and assistance is expected and appreciated


Board of Directors



In an effort to establish guidelines to schedule services and to minimize inconvenience to residents, please adhere to these guidelines:

Non-emergency water valve and AC pump shut-off will only happen on Wednesdays and Thursdays after 10 am (if there’s no water leakage).   Request form must be received 48 hours prior to scheduled work.

Urgent service (where there is water leakage) must be scheduled Monday—Friday after 10 am and request form must be received 24 – 48 hours prior to scheduled work.  Must be verified by Board member.

If repair work is done after a unit shut-off valve, service will NOT be turned off.

If repair work is done at or before the unit shut-off valve, then click the blue link below to download the form you must complete and submit.



1.  All requests must be received by a member of the Board allowing for 48 business hours notice in advance of work.

2.  The contractor/unit owner MUST CONTACT A BOARD MEMBER BEFORE work begins to grant access to turn the water or AC pump off.

3.  The contractor/unit owner is responsible for contacting a Board member when work is  completed.  The service will be restored upon completion of scheduled repairs, but no later than 3 pm.

4.  Any work that involves the interruption of service MUST be completed by a licensed and insured contractor, a copy of contractor’s license must be submitted with your service interruption request form.