Announcements News Policies

Trimming update

In order to create a consistent look across the development, effective July 1, 2011 trimming will be scheduled on demand by zone as set out in the trimming requests page.


Speeding concerns

We will be taking further measures to discourage drivers from driving too fast or too recklessly around the property. Our security officers will be taking note of vehicle and driver identities together with the times and dates of any speeding infractions. Photographs may be taken and placed on this website and details passed on to the police, if deemed necessary.



Lawn chemical application

Please be advised that we will be carrying out a chemical application around the common areas of the development commencing June 21, 2011.

For safety reasons, signs will be placed in the areas being treated and we would ask that parents and pet owners pay particular attention to the affected areas.

It has been brought to our attention that there is a different strain of fungus that is very aggressive and is affecting many lawns throughout the island. We would recommend that owners make arrangements to carry out the necessary treatments.

*** Update – work continues June 27th & 28th, 2011.

Announcements Policies

Use of vehicles on common roads

There have been numerous concerns raised about the use of unlicensed motorised vehicles, golf carts, go-carts and scooters within Sandyport that are not normally used on public roads. As such, we require all Sandyport residents that own such vehicles to follow these guidelines:

  1. All vehicles must be adequately insured against third party damage and injury
  2. All operators and drivers must hold a valid Bahamian driving license
  3. All drivers must act in a responsible manner so as to not be a hazard or nuisance to other residents

Failure to meet these guidelines will result in the vehicle being prohibited on common land, which includes the roadways, until further notice.




Volunteer firefighters

Our security department has recently undertaken special training from the Bahamas Fire Service and invested in a fire pump so that we can act as first responders to a fire emergency. We are encouraging residents to enlist as volunteer firefighters that can provide additional support to our security team in the event that we do experience a fire emergency.

If you are a resident that would be interested in enlisting, please email with your details and we will contact you with further information.

*** UPDATE ***

Please make it known to us if you are interested in leading the voluntary firefighter efforts for the Association.

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