- Tips for Safe Swimming June 23, 2015Nothing says summer vacation like warm days spent at the pool or a quick weekend retreat to the beach. Whether you’re jumping waves in the ocean or splashing around in a pool, these tips from the Federal Citizen Information Center will help keep you and your family safe this summer: Teach your kids to swim. […]
- Grill Safety Tips June 9, 2015When firing up your grills this summer, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reminds you to barbecue safely whether you use gas or charcoal. Gas Grills Liquid petroleum (LP) gas or propane, used in gas grills, is highly flammable. Each year about 30 people are injured as a result of gas grill fires and […]
- Organic or Conventional? Smarter Shopping, Better Health May 28, 2015Until recently, organic produce was found mainly in home gardens, quaint farmers’ markets and specialty health food stores. Over the past few years, however, the heightened eco-consciousness of the green movement and health concerns about chemicals used in conventional farming have led to consumer demand for fruits and vegetables grown without synthetic pesticides, artificial fertilizers, […]
- Online Shopping Safety: Credit Card, Debit Card or Check? May 14, 2015Merchants are making online shopping increasingly convenient by accepting not just credit cards, but debit cards and checks. However, according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC), the safest way to shop online is with a credit card. If something goes wrong, you’re protected under the federal Fair Credit Billing Act. Here are other online shopping […]
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.
July 14, 2015 - 6:30pm