Complete with benches, these play areas are there for children and families to enjoy.
For residents to enjoy while using our amenities.
Our community clubhouse includes a main room that is beautifully furnished and available for residents to rent for private events for a small fee. It is also used for the CDD & HOA Board Meetings, Community Events, Crime Watch & more. We have two additional rooms, where games are available for residents to play in addition to our book swap program where residents may take out a book to read at home or poolside.
Our recently expanded fitness center is available for use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It includes two treadmills, elliptical, recumbent bi-cycle, free weights, multi-station workout center and two televisions. Complete with security cameras for your safety.
CDD & HOA: What’s the Difference?
We have many new homeowners’ in Spring Ridge and being new to a community that has both a Homeowners Association and a Community Development District can be confusing.
Here is a brief explanation of the differences.
CDD stands for Community Development District. CDD’S are a local, special purpose government authorized by Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes that constructs, operates and maintains the community’s infrastructure.
Sandra Manuele is the Field and Clubhouse Manager for the Spring Ridge Community Development District. She manages the daily operations for the District including all of the amenities, entrance gates, roads, landscape, common areas, projects, events, and is also the Webmaster for www.springridgebrooksville.com. She works directly for the District and has been with Spring Ridge since 2006. Any questions or complaints in regard to common areas, roads, street lights, street signs, gate repairs, gate remotes, gate codes, clubhouse, pool, pool access basketball court, and playground should be referred to the clubhouse by emailing email@example.com or by calling 352-597-0605.
HOA stands for Homeowners’ Association. HOA’s operate under Chapter 720 of the Florida State Statutes. Their purpose is to enforce the rules for the properties in its jurisdiction in order to maintain the property value of the residents, create a sense of community and preserve the architectural integrity of the neighborhood.
Melissa Holden is the Community Association Manager for Spring Ridge of Hernando Homeowners’ Association. She works for Qualified Property Management who has been the HOA management company since 2013. You should contact Melissa for any questions in regard HOA matters such as receiving a violation letter, renting out your home, architectural modification requests, or to file an HOA related complaint such as pets, grass, weeds, trash cans etc. See your ARC Guidelines for a complete list of violations. Melissa can be reached at 727-869-9700 or by emailing her at Melissa@qualifiedproperty.com
Maintained by our certified in-house staff, complete with swipe card access & security cameras. Staffed part-time by a pool monitor and open until dusk.
Give us a call 352-597-0605
*NEW* CLUBHOUSE HOURS: Monday & Wednesday 9 am to 4:30 pm. Tuesday & Thursday 10 am to 5 pm, Friday 9 am to 3 pm, Saturday 10 am to 1 pm.