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Welcome to the Coral Creek Homeowner's Association Website!


”Due to potential loss of access, Coral Creek HOA will allow members & renters to temporarily keep boats in their side yard or driveway if the back yard is not accessible.  NO boats shall be stored on the street under any circumstances. Boat maintenance, other than washing, is not allowed on driveways or side yards. Cars or trucks are not to be parked on the street to make room for any boat. Doing so will be grounds for requiring removal of any boat. This temporary waiver only applies to members & renters who have their boats at marinas that are closing and who will lose access to their boats.  Members are required to contact Realty Masters by email and provide the following: Name, address, phone number, boat size, and name & phone number of the closing marina. The subject line should read "Coral Creek Boat Waiver". All requests will be verified.  Boats shall be removed immediately upon the easing of the COVID-19 situation."

                                                                                                                    - The Coral Creek HOA Board of Directors


Letter from Ensec in regards to watering the lawn for the Community:  

We have entered a dry period that is a stark change from the excessive rain we received earlier. We recommended that you check your irrigation system last week to make sure that it is working properly.
The baseline recommendation for watering is 3/4 to 1 inch of water per week. This is what the plant requires to grow and function. Normally we receive this amount of moisture through rainfall. When we don’t, supplemental moisture is required. You can figure out how long it takes your system to deliver 3/4 to 1 inch of water by using a rain gauge or tuna fish can and see how long it takes to fill it to the one-inch mark. Once equipped with that information, you want to run your system for that amount of time each time you water.
There are times, particularly in the summer, when one watering a week is not sufficient. Subsequent watering events should be based on need and only in the absence of rain. If you see thirty percent of the lawn or more showing wilt or hot spots please water a second time. You want to make sure that you focus on watering deep and infrequently as this trains your roots to grow deep and extensively.
The lawn will tell you when it is thirsty and by following the cues it gives us you will determine just how often your unique lawn needs to be irrigated. Please avoid the temptation to water every day. This schedule will drive chlorosis(bright yellowing), disease, weeds, and rot in the grass.
Thanks so much for your business!


The upcoming Board of Directors' meeting on April 22, 2020, at 6 p.m. was canceled. 

It will be rescheduled at a later date.

Community Information

Coral Creek

The neighborhood and Board of Directors take a lot of pride in keeping the subdivision and homes in the subdivision well maintained while providing a peaceful living for all occupants.

Do you have community news you want to be posted on the website?  Maybe you're having a yard sale or community picnic? 
Email Renee the information so we can share it with your neighbors!


 Association Dues

Coral Creek Association dues are $73.25 annually.   Due on January 1st each year.  Interest (18% per anum) will be added after 30 days late.


You can mail a check or money order ( no cash accepted ) made payable to Coral Creek Homeowner's Association to:

Coral Creek HOA,
C/O Realty Masters
4400 Bayou Blvd #58-B
Pensacola, FL 32503

Questions about Dues?
If you have questions about your statement or account balance, please contact Renee Wind at (850) 473-3983 or email her

Information about fines: Florida Statute allows for fines to be levied if covenant violations are not corrected in a timely way. The maximum fine allowed is $100 per day for each violation, with a maximum of $1000 per violation. Fines will only be used as a last resort.  Please address notification of covenant violations promptly and notify Renee Wind when corrected.

Information need updating? Update your information to the Association here


Board Members and Association Meetings

Meeting dates will be posted on the website, notices mailed out to each owner, or signs posted at the neighborhood entrance or community bulletin board.

Every Association is required to hold an annual meeting. Annual meeting notices are sent out in advance and will contain a proxy and return envelope. We encourage each and every homeowner to participate in your association's meetings. if you are unable to attend the meeting, please be sure to return your proxy in the envelope provided. Annual meetings require quorums and your proxy will be needed in order to meet a quorum and conduct official meeting business and agenda items.

New board members are often elected or appointed at the annual meetings. If you are interested in running for a position on your homeowner's association board of directors please contact your property manager for more information on becoming a board member.

Board Members:
Spencer Radcliff, President
Steve Lind, Vice President
Steve Thill, Sec/Treasurer
Kimberly Griffith, Director at Large
Jim Summers, Director at Large



To find out when the next meeting is scheduled for your association, Email Renee, or check the "Announcements" section above.

Important Documents

List of Governing Documents:

Meeting minutes:


All community documents are stored at 4400 Bayou Blvd. #58B, Pensacola, FL 32503. A copy of the Annual Financial Statement is available to all owners, free of charge, upon request.

You can Request Additional HOA Docs here. 

Architectural Review Committee

If you would like to make changes to your property, please complete the required Architectural Review Form. The Architectural Review Committee will need to review any new items or upgrades to your property.  No work can be started without approval from the Architectural Review Committee and must meet appropriate state, county or city requirements. Any approval by the Architectural Review Committee does not waive or alter any state, city or county requirements nor is approval intended to be any kind of substitute.  You may return the form to your association manager by faxing it to 850-473-3975 or by email. Please keep in mind that the Architectural Review Committee is who makes the final decision to approve or deny the request. The  Community Association Manager will only relay the information and is not responsible for the outcome.

Contact Your Association Manager

Your Community Association Manager:
Renee Wind.

Phone: (850) 473-3983
Fax: (850) 473-3975

Email: Renee

Mailing/Payment Address:
Coral Creek HOA

4400 Bayou Blvd. #58-B
Pensacola, FL 32503

You can also Contact Your Association Manager using this form!

How to report Maintenance Request and Violations

Use our quick links to report general maintenance issues within the subdivision including: Street lights not workingpower outagesand violationsFor more extensive HOA information please see our Homeowners Association Resources page. To report a hazardous condition in the subdivision, where appropriate call 911 first, then call the office at 850-473-3983. If it is outside of office hours, and is a REAL EMERGENCY, please call our Emergency Cell Phone at (850) 512-6019.

For general information not found on the Association Resources page please email Renee, submit the online form, or call the office at (850) 473-3983. Our office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday.