Bulletin Board

Hotwire Headend change

TV and Internet.  The headend is scheduled to be moved this coming Thursday, August 23, from midnight to 6:00 a.m. This will cause you to lose service during these hours. Everything should be back in working condition by 6:00am. The move will be from the metal temporary building to the Permanent building owned by the HOA. The temporary building will then be removed

Committee Meetings

The Maintenance Committee meets every month on the 2nd Thursday of the month  at 7 PM at the Clubhouse

The Landscape Committee meets with Austin Outdoor the first Monday of every month at 8 AM at the Clubhouse.

Common Area Hours

Common area Facilities available for Homeowner use

Clubhouse: 8:00am to 10:00pm

Fitness Center: 6:00am to 11:00pm

All Other Common area Facilities: Dawn to Dusk

This includes Pool, Spa, All Courts, Gazebos, Tot Lot


If you need estoppel information call the HOA office at 772-344-0219. Talk to our Estoppel Administrators Judy Berger or Dorothy Calabrese.

Irrigation Policy (NEW)

The intent of this policy to reissue the guidelines on the weekly watering program of the        St. James Golf Club Homeowners Association designed to maintain proper lake levels and comply with the SFWMD and St. Lucie local rules where required.


The HOA, SFWMD and St. Lucie county rules are the same - which is watering two (2) times per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays with an optional day which is Sunday. These rules can be changed by any agency based on overall conditions.  For maintenance purposes, the system can be run at any time with maintenance personnel present.


Ace Landscaping Update (May 2018)

The first few days with our new lawn maintenance contractor have been very good.  There were a few “speedbumps” that had to be addressed, and response has been positive.

The schedule will be similar to what we previously had with lawn cutting being done on Wednesday and Thursday, with Friday as the rain day.  The first three streets, north of the bridge, will be cut on Wednesday, and the remaining streets on Thursday. Each home will be trimmed once per month.  There will be a team here every weekday all month long.​


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Pick up after your pet.

Animal feces pose a serious health risk, especially to children playing in the grassy areas.

All pets must be kept on a leash. It is the law.

These are required by the Covenants and Restrictions and Port St. Lucie law.

Reflector System

To better service the community, there is a reflector program which is utilized by the homeowner to signify plants and/or landscape that the homeowner would not like our landscape vendor to trim.

There are two colors of reflectors that are utilized:  Blue and Red.

·        Blue Reflector –  This signifies that the homeowner does not want a specific plant trimmed.  Blue reflectors are placed in front of the plant that is not to be trimmed.

·        Red Reflector -  This signifies that the homeowner does not want any part of their landscape trimmed by the landscape vendor.  Red reflectors should be placed somewhere in the front of the house and are very visible to the landscape team.

Please note that homeowners are responsible for making sure that the reflectors are visible and maintained at all times.  Reflectors that have fallen or are broken (and not repaired) may result in plants being trimmed by the landscape team.  In addition, if you would like the crew to trim plants that previously had a reflector in place, simply remove the reflector, and the crew will be sure to trim the plant during their next trim cycle.  Please do not remove the reflector and then request that the plant be trimmed immediately.

Reflectors may be purchased at any hardware store.

If there are questions, please contact your Pod Director or the HOA Office.


HOA Board, May 16, 2016

Street Drainage (NEW)

Our street drainage system consists of approximately 97 drain structures throughout our community.  The components are a grate at road level with a concrete structure beneath it that contains the discharge pipes to the lakes.  The lakes then drain to the canals through a weir that controls the amount of water to the canals.  The flow volume to the canals is controlled by the South Florida Water Management district (SFWM).  These drainage structures vary in depth as do the pipes to the canals.  Each year, we measure the depths to determine the need for cleaning.


We are a self managed HOA. This helps us keep our dues low.
We need help to do this.
The Restrictions and Covenants Committee needs help
We need several members from each neighborhood.
We have a great leader so please help.
To volunteer call the HOA office - (772) 344-0219
Help us keep this a great community.