Thursday, March 21st - Annual Meeting
Who Do I contact?
See a suspicious or concerning activity in our area?
Call the Sheriff's office:
Emergency call 911
Non Emergency call 983-1191
Narcotics office call 981-2147
And then let your Association know about your concern .. Contact Us
See an unsafe condition in our neighborhood?
Checkout this link at the County's Code Compliance agency.
If that didn't handle your concern then contact our Property Manager for assistance.
Also checkout the "Information and Internet Links" webpage.
LHP Community Pier:
The Lighthouse Pointe pier is for residents use only.
Please remember to keep the beach and dock clean, by taking away any fishing items and garbage with you.
The LHP CCR's require ARC requests for all exterior improvements, including but not limited to"
Fencing, New Construction, Pools, Mailbox changes or additions, Landscaping, Tree Removal
request may be submitted at www.epmfl.net/arc
Cheryl Kelley, Association Manager
Paying Your Association Dues
Our Association membership fees are due the 1st of January and the 1st of July each year.
Please remit via PayPal or PayLease or send a check or money order (made out to Lighthouse Pointe HOA) to Lighthouse Pointe HOA, c/o Etheridge Property Management, 908 Gardengate Cr., Pensacola, FL 32504
President - Mike Echhoff
Treasurer - Melody Stapleton
Secretary - Janell Herring
Director - Walt Del Vecchio
Director - Dan Lewis
Director - Joe Taylor
DO YOU HAVE FLOOD INSURANCE?
Though most of Lighthouse Pointe is not in a flood zone as defined by the 2021 FEMA flood maps, your Board of Directors highly recommends Flood Insurance for all properties in Lighthouse Pointe. Not all flood waters come from hurricanes.
You can find out what flood insurance might cost you at the National Flood Insurance program website.
You can see the flood map for our area at the FEMA website (give it a bit to load).
Consider what you could lose without flood insurance.
Thank you, LHP Board of Directors
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Our Goal is to work together to make Lighthouse Pointe the most loved neighborhood on the Gulf Coast.
"BEING A GOOD NEIGHBOR IS AN ART WHICH MAKES LIFE RICHER"
- Wisdom of Gladys Taber