Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association



Membership:

We all benefit when our community is safer, more beautiful, and friendlier. Join the new Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association and experience the benefits of a strong neighborhood.

Who Can Be A Member? Any resident of The HBNA within the following boundaries: South side of Mound as the Northern border with the north side of Hyde Park St. as the Southern border. Orange Avenue is the western border, while Osprey is generally the eastern border with an additional section east of Tamiami Trail south that includes Wood St., High Point Circle and High Point Dr., shall be eligible for membership in the Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association. There are approximately 700 households within these boundaries.

Membership is voluntary and dues are voluntary. The effectiveness of HBNA depends on demonstrable participation.

Membership and Dues: Membership in the association is based on households. Each household membership has one vote. All household members may hold office in the association and participate in all functions of the association. Household dues are $20.00 annually, which covers postage, office supplies and the filing of legal forms. The association is completely run by volunteers and elected officers without compensation. You may give cash or a check for $20.00 to the volunteer presenting this printed page -- or you may send a check or cash to our treasurer. Neighbors may gift more than $20.00. Please make checks to:

HBNA
c/o George Haborak, Treasurer
1308 Pomelo Ave.., Sarasota, FL 34239

Please let us know your name, address, phone, email and volunteer availability
(List skills, interests, # hours per quarter available.) Forms for this are available by contacting our Treasurer, George Haborak.

If you would like to pay electronically, please use our Paypal button below:

 

Benefits Of Your Association:

> Sarasota city government emphasizes responsiveness to neighborhood associations. Your voice is the Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association. We reside in the same neighborhood and seek to retain the quality of life that led to us buying homes in this neighborhood.
> Our city government encourages neighborhood associations to apply for funding for beautification projects.
> Our city government responds to neighborhood associations that protest degradation of the neighborhood by unscrupulous developers.
> Our city government responds to neighborhood associations when there is a crime wave or excessive speeding endangering our children.
> As neighbors our lives are safer and contented as connected neighbors.
> In extreme circumstances such as a hurricane threat a neighborhood association provides an infrastructure that supports residents helping each other to prepare for the storm or to reach a shelter.

Welcome to Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association—protecting you and improving your quality of life!

Interact with HBNA:
Post your views and news on the Hudson Bayou blog!

Memberships:
Join us and contribute to the safety and welfare of our neighborhood for only $20/year. Business sponsors receive a link on this site for
an additional $20. Contact for more information.

Hudson Bayou Links:
Video of Hudson Bayou
History of Bungalow Hill


Sarasota Links:
City of Sarasota
CCNA
Neighborhoods, Special Proj.
Map of Parks & Assocs
Sarasota Blog
Sarasota County Events
Sarasota City Events

 

 

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A Florida Not-for-Profit Corporation