- Lethal Lawns: Preventing Mushroom Poisoning February 18, 2015As mushrooms begin to pop up across lawns in the spring and fall, mushrooms poisonings reach their highest levels. There are no easily recognizable differences between poisonous and nonpoisonous mushrooms, and as Americans become more adventurous in their mushroom collection and consumption, poisonings are likely to increase. Most mushrooms that cause human poisoning cannot be […]
- Techno Trash February 4, 2015The proliferation of iPhones, iPads, smartphones and other personal communication devices in the last few years has made communications easier and more convenient. It also has created millions of tons of toxic electronic trash. Cadmium, chromium, lead and mercury are among the toxic and potentially cancer-causing substances used to construct smartphones and other personal electronics, […]
- Reaching Others When Disasters Strike January 28, 2015The first thing many of us do during or immediately following a natural disaster is to call family and friends. Unfortunately, in the minutes and hours after a disaster, overloaded cell phone networks can make it difficult—if not impossible—to reach others. While there is no guarantee, the following tips can increase your chances of getting […]
- Understanding Special Assessments January 14, 2015There’s no way to sugar-coat it: everyone hates special assessments. Getting a notice that you owe more money to the association can not only put a damper on your day but also a dent in your wallet, both of which the board is sympathetic to. In a perfect world, there would never be a need […]
The Board of Directors of the Harbor Island Owners Association welcomes you to your neighborhood website. Please visit often to see what is going on in your neighborhood.
On this site you will find helpful information, including the Covenants and Restrictions, Board Meeting Schedule and Minutes, ARB forms, and more. Enjoy your visit!
State of the Community
Read the latest on the state of the Harbor Island Community from the Board President. Click the link below.
PARKING ON THE STREETS
Parking on the streets in the neighborhood is a continuing problem. Please be mindful of your neighbors and do not block driveways or access to mailboxes. Please utilize your garage and driveway first and avoid parking on the street whenever possible.
March 10, 2015 - 6:30pm