News, Notices and Messages

Looking for something to do in the neighborhood? Why not get involved with your neighborhood Homeowners Association? We are always looking for new members and officers. If interested please send an email below.


Pinellas county Sec. 22-134. - Standards for address numbering.
Numbers must be easily legible from the street with figures not less than three inches high for residences and not less than five inches high for commercial businesses.
Numbers must be in a color contrasting to the building background.
Easily legible numbers shall also be affixed to the mailbox serving the building or house.
Assigned numbers shall be displayed on the front entrance of each principal building and, in the case of a principal building which is occupied by more than one business or family dwelling unit, on each separate front entrance.

Be Aware there is a large coyote seen in the McKay creek area please be aware of your surrounding if you have a small dog and keep cats indoors

Please keep your car doors locked especially at night there has been some recent break ins, in the area and want everyone to be safe.

For residents in Lot H Lot I and Part of Lot J

3rd Addition owner's consents are trickling in. Please be sure to return your signed forms in the self addressed stamped envelopes provided. The schedule to complete the process is as follows: 
First Written Consent Dated: 6/21/2022; therefore, the 90 days to obtain a majority of signed written consents commenced on 6/21/2022 (90 days = 9/19/2022)
Once a majority of signed written consents are received, then the 60 days starts counting to ensure the MRTA Revitalization Package has been received by DEO for approval.
Thanks for your support in this effort, HHPOA Board of Directors.

It has been approved and it is being recorded.

2023 Holiday Decoration Winners!

Thank you to all the Harbor Hills residents that decorated for the holidays! The winners for each street are listed below:


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Watering Restrictions for

Pinellas County Utility  Customers

Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017 Pinellas County Utilities customers will return to a twice-per-week watering schedule following the expiration of a water shortage order issued by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) in May.
For Pinellas County Utilities customers, lawn watering is limited to a twice-per-week schedule using potable, well, lake or pond sources as follows: 

Addresses ending in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8):

Thursday and/or Sunday

Addresses ending in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9):

Wednesday and/or Saturday

Addresses with mixed or no addresses, such as common areas associated with residential subdivisions:

Tuesday and/or Friday 

Lawn irrigation is prohibited between the hours of

10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Trash Haulers

Over the past several years, the board has received numerous requests to look into the status of the neighborhood trash haulers that service Harbor Hills.  There are currently as many as five different haulers, which collectively are present in the neighborhood a total of 6 days every week.  While it is certainly each homeowners right to engage who they wish, having such a large number of providers presents several issues of concern.

The first concern is public safely.  With almost daily service routes and a relatively small number of customers, the haulers travel at a high rate of speed between stops – threatening the safety of pedestrians and other drivers.

The second concern is the appearance of the neighborhood.  With the current number of haulers, there are trash cans out at curbside 6 out of 7 days per week.  Sundays are the only time we can drive through our neighborhood without seeing cans/trash.

Please consider either Waste Pro or Solar Sanitation as your trash/recycle pickup company as they pickup on the same days.  Company information is listed below.

Waste Pro: Twice a week trash collection on Monday and Thursday and once per week recycle collection on Wednesday.  They provide a 96 gallon trash container on wheels and a 65 gallon recycle container. Price is the same with or without recycle.

Contact: 727-452-5278 (Office)/ Diana 727-452-5278 (Liaison)

Solar Sanitation: Twice a week trash collection on Monday and Thursday, and once per week recycle collection on Tuesday.  They will provide recycle bin ONLY.  

Contact  727-535-0447 (office) 727-433-0550 Nick DiCeglie owner

 Help Prevent Home and Auto Break Ins

  Please make sure all you windows, doors, and cars are locked  and secured at all times.

​Police Activity

All is quiet in the Neighborhood.

Use this website to see if there is any crime in your immediate area, all you need to do is type in your address.

Vacation Home Checks


​​​​Street Light Outage

Please notify Duke Energy


Speeders and Non emergency Police calls

​Pinellas County Sheriff Office


Road Issues

Water Restrictions:
County Water or Well, Lake and Pond Water
for unincorporated Pinellas County residents 
Two Days a Week - one time per day
Addresses ending in:

Even numbers: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8
Thursday and/or Sunday

Odd numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
Wednesday and/or Saturday

Addresses with mixed or no addresses:

Tuesday and/or Friday ​
Watering hours 
Morning: midnight to 10 a.m. or
Evening: 4 p.m. to midnight
All watering is prohibited between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m

For further information

Fertilizer Restrictions information

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

Drop off paint, chemicals, TV's, computers, fluorescent bulbs, etc

FREE at Pinellas County Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Center.

Monday - Friday 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Sundays
and county holidays.
2855 109th Ave. N., St. Petersburg
Map / Directions
(off 28th St. N. on the south side
of the Waste-to-Energy facility) 
Customer Service:
(727) 464-7500

Protection Information for  Pinellas County Storm Water Drains

For more information about protecting natural floodplains or storm water drains  visit

or call 727-464-4425  (24 hr) 727-464-5060