What's Happening in Woodland Park
Be on the lookout for NEW COVENANTS!! The committee is busy going through the covenants line by line making changes, added and taking things away, so that the guidelines/consequences are more clearly written. When completed, they will be sent to everyone for approval.
Thank you to Rianna Ferguson for an amazing 2019 Annual Neighborhood Party. The food was amazing!!
Thank you the the pool committee, Mike Edwards, Todd Daniell, and Stephanie Thompson, for continuing to make our pool a fun and safe place to enjoy all summer.
Thank you to those who paid their 2019 dues on time!
We still have a few outstanding dues. Liens will be filed on those homeowners this month if not paid. Contact Murry Guy if you have any questions.
Dues payments of $315 are due April 1. Send to:
Woodland Park HOA
PO Box 93
Loachapoka, AL 36865
You may also pay your dues using PayPal.
Including the $10 convenience fee,
submit $325 using the PayPal link here:
Attention All Woodland Park Residents:
The lake fish have been growing well in number and size since the lake was restocked. Southeast Pond Management company continues to monitor the lake and treat it as needed.
Effective this Monday, April 1, lake fishing is being opened up to
"Catch and Keep" for BRIM (sunfish) and CATFISH only.
We are keeping "CATCH and RELEASE" for the Bass and Carp. We want to let the bass grow more before they can be kept (probably one more year of growth). The Carp keep the lake clean and are generally not eaten here.
Some things to remember about fishing and boating in the lake:
1. Fishing is allowed for WP residents only.
2. Each residence needs to have a WP HOA issued fishing license to fish. Anyone fishing needs to be current on HOA dues. If you need a license please contact Tonya Short at [email protected]
3. Shore fishing, except for residents with lake front property, can only be done around the pool and boat house areas, not from other residents' properties.
4. No WP resident is allow to fish on or from Randall Rogers' property - all the wooded land east of the pool to the dam, and by or on the dam. Also, no one can enter Randall Rogers' designated and private lake area to boat or fish - yellow buoys stretch across the lake to mark the north end of the lake, designating Rogers’ property. All residents are warned to stay out of this private area. If you cannot see the buoys, you can just not go beyond the last home on the lake down toward the dam. BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO TRESSPASS ON ROGERS' PROPERTY.
5. NO noise making motors on boats.
6. NO trout lines, jug fishing or netting allowed.
7. For safety, all boaters should have life jackets.
Lake Committee: Herb Willbanks, Ben LaFrentz, George Harker