Category Archives: Rules and Regulations Posts

Please Do Not Feed The Animals

We all love wildlife, however for their own protection, the feeding of wild animals, including birds, is prohibited in Woodlands South per the Association By-Laws: Animals and Pets (Last amended may 18, 2011)  NOTE:  The feeding of ANY wildlife, including birds, is prohibited. Based on the history of building damage and potential health and safety… Read More »

Holiday Decorations

A great big shout out to Sherri Guyout and Ann d’Agostino who removed all the Holiday Decorations from the entrances, separated  the lights from the greens & wiped clean all cords.  It will certainly make it a lot easier to put them up next year.  Thank you, Ladies! As a reminder, if you haven’t taken down… Read More »

Don’t be a Grinch

We just wanted to remind everyone of the Rules and Regulations applicable to the Winter/Holiday Season.  Don’t spoil everyone else’s holidays by ignoring the Association documents which are designed to insure harmonious living and maintain the market value of our properties: Seasonal items may be displayed and shall then be removed two weeks after the celebrated holiday. Hardware… Read More »

Obey the Community Leash Laws

You love your dog.  We get it, we really do.  However, even if you think your dog is the friendliest dog in the world not all of your neighbors share those same views. Woodlands South has always been a dog friendly community and we want to keep it that way.  Hence, it is imperative that… Read More »

Keep Wildlife Wild

Birds are wonderful creatures.  They are graceful, often colorful, and their voices bring a certain sense of tranquility into our hectic lives.  So it is understandable that we would want to attract them to our yards.  Unfortunately, we do have to remind everyone, that birdfeeders are prohibited per section 4 of the Association’s Rules and Regulations… Read More »

We love our dogs, but……..

We all love our dogs….they are playful, goofy, intelligent, intuitive and loving companions.  One of the ways, we show them affection is by taking them on daily walks.   Most of our dog owners are respectful of their neighbors and do a great job picking up.  We sincerely appreciate that.  Yet there is still another problem which has been generating some level… Read More »


Here are the dangerous facts regarding pet feces as published by Professional Animal Waste Services 1. Dog poop is NOT good fertilizer. It’s toxic to your lawn! The high nutrient concentration in dog poop will burn and discolor the grass, creating “hot spots”. 2. Dog poop is toxic. Nearly two decades ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified… Read More »

Pot Free Zones

The Board wanted to remind everyone that the areas in front of,  and on the side of the Condo units are Pot Free Zones, during the winter months.   OOPS, WRONG POT!

This place is going to the dogs!

We all love our dogs.  That’s why we take the time to walk them even when its freezing outside. However, some of us have forgotten the Association rules regarding “picking up after our dogs” and in some instances allowing them to “do their duty” without being on a leash.  Could it be “brain freeze” effecting… Read More »