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Using the Navigation at the top and bottom of each page, or the Search Icon at the top of the page, we’re certain you will find everything you need. If not, send us a message.

Playground-Lake Sawyer South

Playground Closed for Refurbishment

In our on-going efforts to maintain our community amenities in tip-top shape, we are having some extensive refurbishing done to the amenities at our Playground.

While we don’t have a specific timeline now, it’s possible that the Playground will be closed up to 6 months, in order to affect these needed updates.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may be for your family, but are certain the new updates will provide a more fun and more safe environment for your children. Keep an eye here on the website for any updates or completion dates.

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Season is coming!  Are you ready?

Experts predict that this year’s Hurricane Season may be more severe than previous years. No reason to be stressed. But there are many ways you should get ready.

  • Attend the 2024 Hurricane Expo at Evans High School, June 15, 9 am – 1 pm.  READ MORE.
  • Take advantage of Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday.   READ MORE
    • First Exemption: Saturday, June 1 – Friday, June 14
    • Second Exemption: Saturday, August 24 – Friday, September 6
  • Get your Hurricane Safety Guide that will show you how to prepare and protect your home.
  • Learn more about Evacuation plans and other Emergency Medical Services. READ MORE.
  • Be sure your trees are properly trimmed in preparation for any heavy storms and wind events. READ MORE. 
  • Who do I call if I need help?
    • Immediate danger:  Dial 911 for life-threatening emergency assistance from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office or Fire Rescue.
    • Orange County Government Services:  Dial 311 for assistance with non-emergency flooding, debris, downed trees, traffic matters, road conditions and animal or neighborhood concerns.

Berkshire Park 4th of July Decorations

So What Do YOU Want Us To Do?

The Board of Directors are about to go into their Budget Planning Sessions, to determine the best prioritization of projects to allocate to our budget.  What gets done, when?

If you have an opinion about what you would like to see done in the Lake Sawyer South neighborhoods (Berkshire Park, Berkshire Place, Enclave at Berkshire Park, and  The Reserve at Berkshire Park), please share your thoughts with our Property Manager, Tiffany. You can email her your thoughts at TCastille@lelandmanagement.com.

Be kind

Lake Sawyer South Neighborhood Guidelines: “Do’s and Don’ts”

In order to maintain the home values and cordial atmosphere in our neighborhoods,
we hope everyone will respect these simple “Do’s”, so we can all enjoy a safe and comfortable environment.

Do be respectful to other Dog owners and only take Waste bags you need right now.
Do bring your garbage and recycling cans into your garage as soon as possible, after they have been emptied.
Do only put political signs up one week prior to an election, and remove them one day after.
Do use our new Putting Green with respect, and only use for Putting and not chairs.
• Do pick up your leaves and put them out on Yard Waste Day (Wednesday), so they don’t get into our storm drains.
• Do park your car in your driveway, and not across the sidewalk.
• Do trim the branches of your trees over the sidewalk and over the street,
so your neighbor walkers and delivery trucks
(and Post Office trucks) aren’t bumped by the low branches.
• Do keep your easements (between the sidewalk and street) neat and edged properly.
• Do provide Association with a current mailing address, if you are renting your property.


Horizon West

What’s Horizon West?

Yes, if you live in Lake Sawyer South, you’re part of it!

Horizon West is a new community located in southwest Orange County designed using the principles of Garden Cities and New Urbanism to create self-sustaining, mixed-use villages. As the community continues to grow over the next few decades, this foundation ensures that new development will contribute to a sense of place, environmental preservation, excellent architectural design, quality bicycle and pedestrian facilities and vibrant community gathering places.

Horizon West includes nearly 23,000 acres of former citrus groves until the devastating freezes of the 1980s, which created the impetus to institute appropriate master planning for the area’s urbanization over time.


Recycling Tips

Waste Collection Tips

• Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronic Waste (E-Waste)
can injure waste workers and contaminate the environment.

• Check out the virtual celebration of over 30 years of recycling in Orange County,
and see what happens to your waste by watching the “Landfill Video Tour (in English and Spanish) :


Plastic bags can go in the recycling cart. –

Plastic bags and wraps should never go in the recycling cart. Visit BagandFilmRecycling.org to find a drop-off location near you.
For us, Publix would be the closest spot.

Containers must be washed before recycling –

A quick rinse or wipe is sufficient for bottles and containers to deter bugs.
Too much food or liquid can contaminate other recyclables like paper, Recyclables should be empty and dry before placing in the cart.

• It doesn’t matter what goes into the cart; it will all be sorted eventually –
Too many unacceptable items can make the recycling load too contaminated for processing.
For example, “stringy things” like hoses and wires get tangled in the sorting equipment and shut down operations for hours, even days.

• If an item has the chasing arrow triangle symbol, it can be recycled. –

The symbol indicates the type or plastic resin used to make the item and not what goes in the blue lid cart.
Remember to “Think 5” and only place these items in the recycling cart:
(1) plastic bottles, jugs, and tubs #1 – #5, (2) metal cans, (3) glass bottles and jars, (4) cardboard, and (5) paper.

Annual Budget

The 2024 Annual Budget was reviewed and approved in December 2023.
CLICK HERE to get a copy of the Approved Budget.

Important Numbers to Know!


Call or use the App for code enforcement, violations/ordinances –
to report concerns that a deputy is not needed to attend to.

407-836-HELP (4357)

Goes straight to a deputy for assistance, but is not an emergency situation.


Call for emergency help.

Amenities Survey Results

See the recap of our July 2020 Amenities Survey.

Lake Sawyer South Amenities Survey Results


Attention Homeowners in the Lake Sawyer South Community Association

(Berkshire Park, Berkshire Place, Enclave at Berkshire Park and The Reserve at Berkshire Park).

Please read this revised Covenant Enforcement Resolution and Policy statement from your Board of Directors. It outlines the Notice process and legal steps which will be taken if violations are not remedied.

This policy is in accordance with the Association’s governing documents and Florida statutes.

Do You Use Gmail?

Lake Sawyer South Newsletter - Q1 2023If so, you might be missing our great newsletters, chocked full of valuable information about our neighborhoods.Gmail logo

Sometimes, Gmail thinks our messages are “junk”, “spam” or “promotions.”

Even though they are not.

We’re actively working from our end, to try to resolve this, with a lot of backend gyrations.

What can you do?

One thing you can try is to move our newsletters from the “junk” or “Promotions” tab into your Inbox. Maybe Gmail will take a hint.

Or, you can find our newsletters right here on our website. Just CLICK HERE and bookmark our Newsletter page.

But we won’t stop trying to get the word out. Thank you for your patience.

Landlords & Tenants

All owners leasing property need to provide the Association with a mailing address to receive official correspondence.  Owners remain responsible for any covenants or architectural violations and are encouraged to provide copies of relevant documents to tenants.

Read More here.



Header Photo: Contest Winner, Paul LaRosa
Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay


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