Dues & Services
Tyndall Green II Dues & Services
- community management;
- exterior maintenance and insurance;
- landscaping and grounds;
- trash and recycling;
- snow removal;
- street maintenance;
- pool and spa;
- replacing light bulbs in carriage light fixtures operated by photo light sensors.
There are items that remain your responsibility.
The Association is professionally managed by a community management company.
Exterior Maintenance & Insurance
Generally, the maintenance and insurance for the exterior of residences—excluding exterior doors and windows—is managed by the Association. For specifics, please refer to the "Maintenance & Insurance Responsibilities" chart in Governing Documents.
» See Insurance Certificate
Landscaping & Grounds Maintenance
Lawn, trees, shrubs, plantings, and irrigation are contracted by the Association.
Trash & Recycling
Routine trash service is contracted through Waste Management. The service schedule is listed in the calendar. To check the official pickup schedule and request email updates, claim your address at http://wm.com.
» See Trash Service
Snow removal services for streets, alleyways, sidewalks, and porches are contracted by the Association according to the snow removal matrix.
All concrete maintenance, including the community's streets, drives and guest parking areas, is contracted by the Association.
Pool & Spa Facility
The Association services and maintains an inviting pool and spa facility with on-site bathrooms. The facility is typically open between Memorial Day and Labor Day. To request a pool pass, please complete the Access Card Agreement.
» See Pool & Spa Facility Rules
What Items Are My Responsibility?
Besides a “walls-in” HO-6 home insurance policy, items that residents are responsible for—and ARC forms must be submitted to make changes to—include:
- security/storm doors;
- front doors;
- exterior door hardware;
- garage doors (except paint);
- exterior water spigots and associated pipes;
- hand railings;
- awnings and solar shades;
- replacing exterior light bulbs operated by switch; and
- any plantings that have been added to the landscaping with prior approval.