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 Instructions

To 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.

Method of theft for 2 cars stolen on Aleut
Posted on Thursday, May 21 @ 10:58:40 CDT (303 reads)
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Alert: 2 Cars Stolen on Aleut Lane (VCSO)
Posted on Wednesday, May 20 @ 14:25:30 CDT (334 reads)
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Update on recent home burglaries
Posted on Wednesday, March 04 @ 20:17:32 CST (2574 reads)

Mallow Drive burglary: (written by Larry from Phase 2)

Some are aware that on Friday, 2/27, Jim and Marilyn Knowles house was burglarized between the hours of 12:30 and 2:00 pm. Entry was made through the lanai into the master bedroom. The door was evidently not locked, because no sign of forced entry was evident, but it was standing open when the Knowles returned. The alarm (nonmonitored) was set and it activated but was not heard by anyone in the neighborhood. Further investigation showed that the external siren located in the soffit had corroded and was not operable. Items of jewelry were taken.

A house around the corner on Killarney had three window screens removed and pry marks showing an attempt to gain entry, but entry was not successful.

Probably a good idea to test your alarm system for proper operation.

Joe Hodges, from Phase 2, provided the information below as a follow up to the Mallow Drive burglary.

In addition a residence on Kinnard Cir was burglarized a couple of weeks ago and entry was made from the pool area by breaking out the glass in a door and jewelry and coins were stolen. In that case the alarm was set also but since the offender stepped through without opening the door the alarm did not activate and the motion sensor was in another room and never activated.

It is a good idea to test your alarm system periodically even if it is monitored. Most companies allow once a month testing without charge, check with your system monitor. If you replace sirens I suggest they be located inside the attic down near the soffit. Get a large horn and it will be heard just as well without exposure to the elements and visible for tampering.

Several people have told me that they also saw a W/M in dark clothing wearing a black ski cap on the date of the burglary........NO ONE called in a suspicious person to the VCSO. Their non-emergency number is 386-248-1777. Put it in your cell phone or write it down by your home phone. Just tell the dispatcher that there have been several burglaries in your neighborhood and see someone or something that looks either out of place or unusual. Don't forget the description, white/black, tall/short, clothing, direction of travel, make and model of car, and the crown piece of information if you can get it....a tag number!

Remember we are the eyes and ears. We are not patrol officers and no one is expected to intervene unless necessary and that usually comes down to you be the victim and action is unavoidable.

Keep those doors locked and use your alarm. Get to know who your neighbors are, what kind of car they drive, how often they are home so that you will notice something wrong.

Finally, and I have said this a thousand times, the police would rather come out for a hundred unfounded calls than miss the one good one!

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