General Info

Resident Guide

205 Manns Harbor DriveApollo Beach, FL 33572
Hours of Operation:
Sun & Wed: 12pm-6pm; Mon-Tues & Thurs-Sat: 10am-6pm
Resort living from the $300’s to over $1 million

MiraBay HomeOwners Association (HOA)

 

Get to know your community resources, guidelines and covenants.

The HOA office hours are Monday – Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The management office is located 9428 Camden Field Parkway Riverview, FL 33578.

Denise Shreaves – Community Manager  Email dshreaves@rizzetta.com

813-533-2950 Ext. 9478

MiraBay Clubhouse Contacts

The MiraBay Club General Number(813) 649-1500

Clubhouse Address: 107 Manns Harbor Dr., Apollo Beach, FL 33572

Monday – Friday 5:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

  • Once you are an owner in MiraBay, bring a copy of the warranty deed and/or closing statement showing you are the property owner to the Mirabay Clubhouse so they can provide you with gate access.
  • Owners with lease agreements must provide a signed lease agreements to both the HOA and the CDD management staff before gate access is provided.
  • Only 12-month term leases are acceptable per the community restrictions.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & ANSWERS  pertaining to Gates, Security, CDD Rules & Policies, street parking and roadways, boat lifts and seawall related issues.

Kyle Darin, General Manager – MiraBay Clubhouse
Phone: 813-649-1500 Ext. 133
Email: gm@mirabayclub.com

Douglas Ivester, Operations Manager – MiraBay Clubhouse
Phone: 813-649-1500 Ext. 131
Email: fieldops@mirabayclub.com

The Club / Fitness Center / Pool

Club Manager: Mindy Anderson

Lifestyles & Amenities Manager: Melissa Reel

Resident Services & Outlets Manager: Jennifer Ashley

 

Take Pride in Our Community Facilities—Use Them Responsibly

  • Alcohol consumed on the premises must be purchased at the MiraBay Club.
  • All children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult (over 18) at the pool.
  • Children 12 to 15 may use the amenities if they complete Teen Orientation with a staff member. These children may not bring guests.
  • No coolers or glass containers are allowed in the pool area.
  • Please familiarize yourself with the pool rules.
  • Be considerate of your neighbors. Abide by pool rules at all times and be watchful of children’s behavior.

Trash & Recycling Updated Schedule

Hillsborough county has adjusted the collection days as of January 31, 2022.

    • Monday & Thursday: Garbage collection days
    • Thursday:Recycling & Yard Waste will only be collected once a week on this day only.
    • Please keep Garbage and Lawn Debris must be separate. Otherwise, it may not get picked up. Tree clippings should be bundled in order for easier pickup.
    • Trash belongs in proper containers—please don’t dispose of trash in the waterways or storm sewers, including grass or yard waste, dog waste, etc.
    • Carry out your trash from park locations; “Leave No Trace.”
    • Hillsborough County recycles paper, bottles, and cans.

Hillsborough County Solid Waste – Missed Pickup by vendor

To report a missed pickup or request a new container, call 813-272-5680 or goonline

  1. If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is not picked up on your designated day, contactSolid Waste Customer Service for assistance.
  2. You can also report a missed trash pickup or other trash related issue using the onlineSolid Waste Customer Service Portal.

 

Marine / Waterway

Respect Our Unique Marine Environment

  • The CDD oversees boat usage at MiraBay.
  • Keep the community boat lift area and waterways free of trash and fish entrails.
  • All boats must be registered with the CDD.
  • Everyone needs to follow the Boat Lift rules.
  • No one may be in the boat with a lift in operation.
  • The NO WAKE ZONE is the rule for ALL MiraBay waterways.
  • The Boat Ramp at the park is for maintenance and delivery purposes only. See CDD for the key.

Landscape / Environmental

Respect and Make an Effort to Learn about Our Coastal Community

  • Be a good MiraBay neighbor; maintain your lawn and landscape.
  • Use only approved non-invasive plants as listed in your Covenants.
  • Obtain pre-approval from the MiraBay Architectural Review Committee (rules) before making any changes to the existing landscape of your home’s exterior.
  • Streets Trees – any requests for removal or replacement of a street is currently under the management of the CDD.Homeowners may not remove trees without written approval and need to select from an approved list of replacement trees.Please reach out to Douglas Ivester, CDD Operations Manager – MiraBay Clubhouse.   Emailfieldops@mirabayclub.comor call813-649-1500 Ext. 131.  
  • Excessive fertilization, weed control, and pest control products can degrade the quality of the water in the lagoon and canals.
  • Report any waste in the waterways, including the builder’s material, to the CDD management office.

Safety / Security

  • MiraBay has two entry gates staffed by Envera Systems.
  • Report law enforcement issues immediately to the Sheriff’s office.
  • Tell guests, repair, and delivery men to enter through visitor lane and be prepared to show DL for quickest entry into MiraBay Community.
  • A Proximity Card is required for entrance to all facilities. Access will not be granted without it.
  • Maintain the speed limit of 20 mph. Use common sense and drive more slowly in areas that require particular vigilance. It is the law and also a courtesy to your neighbors.
  • On-street overnight parking is prohibited.
  • Sidewalks should be kept clear of motor vehicles at all times.

Pets

Be a Considerate Pet Owner

  • Dogs must be on a leash at all times when outside the owners’ lot. Follow Hillsborough County Ordinance.
  • Clean up after your pet in your yard, common spaces, and empty home sites. Dog waste is a potential source of harmful coliform bacteria that can hurt water quality and marine life.
  • Excessive barking that bothers your neighbors is considered a nuisance and is against the law.
  • Cats should not stray or go onto other’s property.

*Hillsborough County Ordinance, 00-26, amended by Ordinance 03-08

 

Emergency Information

Florida Highway Patrol:
(813) 632-6859
http://fhp.state.fl.us

Hurricane Information:
(813) 272-6900
http://www.floridadisaster.org/

Florida Fish & Wildlife
(888) 404-3922
http://myfwc.com

Poison Control:
(800) 222-1222 or (813) 844-4444
www.poisoncentertampa.org/

Fire Rescue (non-emergency):
(813) 272-6600
https://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/government/departments/fire

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department (non-emergency):
(813) 247-8000
www.hcso.tampa.fl.us/

Hurricane Season Runs June 1st through November 30th.

Helpful Resources

These sources have been listed for your convenience and are not specifically endorsed by MiraBay.

Watch vs. Warning

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH is an announcement for specific coastal areas that tropical storm conditions are possible within 36 hours.

A TROPICAL STORM WARNING is a warning that sustained winds within the range of 34 to 63 kt (39 to 73 mph or 63 to 118 km/hour) associated with a tropical cyclone are expected in a specified coastal area within 24 hours or less.

A HURRICANE WATCH issued for your part of the coast indicates the possibility that you could experience hurricane conditions within 36 hours. This watch should trigger your family’s disaster plan, and protective measures should be initiated, especially those actions that require extra time, such as securing a boat or leaving a barrier island.

A HURRICANE WARNING issued for your part of the coast indicates that sustained winds of at least 74 mph are expected within 24 hours or less. Once this warning has been issued, your family should be in the process of completing protective actions and deciding the safest location to be during the storm.

Source: National Hurricane Center

Lightning Safety for Residents

LIGHTNING SAFETY ACTION PLAN – IF YOU CAN SEE IT, FLEE IT; IF YOU CAN HEAR IT, CLEAR IT!

THE 30/30 RULE

Lightning can strike more than ten (10) miles away from the center of a thunderstorm, beyond the audible range of thunder.  Therefore, if you hear thunder, you are within striking distance of the storm.

Seek shelter if the “flash-to-bang” delay (length of time in seconds from the sight of the lightning flash to the arrival of its subsequent thunder), is 30 seconds or less, and that they remain under cover for 30 minutes after the final clap of thunder.

A 30 second lead time is necessary prior to the storm’s arrival because lightning often strikes ahead of the storm center. A 30-minute wait after the last thunder is heard is necessary because the trailing storm clouds still carry a lingering charge.  This charge can and does occasionally produce lighting on the back edge of the storm, several minutes after the rain has ended.

MiraBay Policy

If thunder is heard, the staff must immediately clear the resort pool, deck, and playground.  These areas must remain closed for 30 minutes after the final clap of thunder.

Florida Highway Patrol:
(813) 632-6859
http://fhp.state.fl.us

Hurricane Information:
(813) 272-6900
http://www.floridadisaster.org/

Florida Fish & Wildlife
(888) 404-3922
http://myfwc.com

Poison Control:
(800) 222-1222 or (813) 844-4444
www.poisoncentertampa.org/

Fire Rescue (non-emergency):
(813) 272-6600
https://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/government/departments/fire

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department (non-emergency):
(813) 247-8000
www.hcso.tampa.fl.us/

Hurricane Season Runs June 1st through November 30th.

Helpful Resources

These sources have been listed for your convenience and are not specifically endorsed by MiraBay.

Watch vs. Warning

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH is an announcement for specific coastal areas that tropical storm conditions are possible within 36 hours.

A TROPICAL STORM WARNING is a warning that sustained winds within the range of 34 to 63 kt (39 to 73 mph or 63 to 118 km/hour) associated with a tropical cyclone are expected in a specified coastal area within 24 hours or less.

A HURRICANE WATCH issued for your part of the coast indicates the possibility that you could experience hurricane conditions within 36 hours. This watch should trigger your family’s disaster plan, and protective measures should be initiated, especially those actions that require extra time, such as securing a boat or leaving a barrier island.

A HURRICANE WARNING issued for your part of the coast indicates that sustained winds of at least 74 mph are expected within 24 hours or less. Once this warning has been issued, your family should be in the process of completing protective actions and deciding the safest location to be during the storm.

Source: National Hurricane Center

Lightning Safety for Residents

LIGHTNING SAFETY ACTION PLAN – IF YOU CAN SEE IT, FLEE IT; IF YOU CAN HEAR IT, CLEAR IT!

THE 30/30 RULE

Lightning can strike more than ten (10) miles away from the center of a thunderstorm, beyond the audible range of thunder.  Therefore, if you hear thunder, you are within striking distance of the storm.

Seek shelter if the “flash-to-bang” delay (length of time in seconds from the sight of the lightning flash to the arrival of its subsequent thunder), is 30 seconds or less, and that they remain under cover for 30 minutes after the final clap of thunder.

A 30 second lead time is necessary prior to the storm’s arrival because lightning often strikes ahead of the storm center. A 30-minute wait after the last thunder is heard is necessary because the trailing storm clouds still carry a lingering charge.  This charge can and does occasionally produce lighting on the back edge of the storm, several minutes after the rain has ended.

MiraBay Policy

If thunder is heard, the staff must immediately clear the resort pool, deck, and playground.  These areas must remain closed for 30 minutes after the final clap of thunder.