Welcome to Halifax Plantation Phase 1 Community Website
WELCOME EVERYONE to the Halifax Plantation Phase 1 Web Site created specifically for the residents of this community.
The web site makes it possible for the neighbors in this community to interact, be creative and share valuable and timely information using a unique combination of technology and the internet. Use this web site to become enlightened about your neighborhood. This web site can be added to your internet list of favorites or make it your homepage.
Please take a tour and see the information and services that are now at your fingertips. Visit often and participate when you can.
Please register and log in to gain access to the entire site and make comments and submit ideas. Some of the items include a community calendar, a quarterly Newsletter, a forum for comments and discussions about items of interest, a photo gallery to submit and share photos, a news column, and classified ad section. Listed under the “info” section, find the President's message, List of Board of Directors and how to contact them, Meeting Agendas, Board Minutes, legal information including Rules and Regulations, Covenants and Restrictions, By-Laws, Committees and their members and a list of important telephone numbers etc.. Take a tour of the site and see what is here for you to view. Submit information to the webworm to share with everyone.
If you have any suggestions on how we can improve our site, suggestions are welcome.
Brought to you by your Halifax Plantation Phase 1 Homeowner's Association. Contact Us if you have any questions.
Registration InstructionsTo register, click on the "Click here to register now" link. Type in all required information including:
- Real Name (must be your full name, example: John Smith)
- Username (this is a nickname that will identify you on the website)
- Email (your real email address is required to complete the registration process)
- Address: a valid Community address as street address, city, state, zip
- Phone (your home phone number)
Click on the "New User" button. Please read the registration rules and privacy statement. At the very bottom, you can either click on "Finish" to proceed with registration, or "go back" to change the information you entered.
You will receive an email containing the username you entered and a password. Click on the link in the email to complete registration. Enter your username and assigned password to login to the website. Please note that the password is case-sensitive and must be entered exactly as it appears in the email.
Once you are logged in, we recommend changing your password. Click on "your account". Click on "change your info". Scroll down to the very bottom of the screen, and you will see a section for changing your password. Type your new password in BOTH boxes. By entering your password twice, you can be sure that you didn't have a typo. Make sure you click on the "save changes" button at the bottom of the screen.
Call Scott at 207-370-9191
This information is not intended to alarm anyone but simply to make our homeowners aware of our surroundings.
I received a report from Crime Mapping that between November 11th and the 16th there were reports filed of one stolen vehicle, one theft, and eight vehicle burglaries. All of the events occurred in the Southern end of Plantation Bay and West of I-95. I will contact the VCSO and ask if there were any suspects identified and what is the status of the investigation.
Meanwhile.......remember to ALWAYS lock your vehicles, even in your own driveway! Never leave valuable items in your car unattended. It only takes a few minutes to takes valuables inside, including firearms. Never leave items in your car that can be seen simply by looking into the car through the window. If in doubt a burglar may be more inclined to break-in if they see something that MIGHT be of value.
Remember that Neighborhood watch is a system of observing and reporting suspicious activity. Report anything suspicious to the VCSO at 386-248-1777.
Follow-up from Joe:
I spoke to Sergeant Turner of the VCSO, District 3 substation, and he informed me that they have identified some subjects and are actively working the case. He also indicated that some property had been recovered.
When asked if there was anything we needed to be aware of he only indicated that we should keep our vehicle locked and all valuables out of sight......sounds familiar right. He further added that most of those cases were from unlocked cars but they also broke some windows.
I requested that if he learns of any other information we should be aware of to please call me. If I get anything I will pass it on to you.
“Eyes and ears, observe and report!!!”