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Curry Ford Gate Closed for Woodgate Blvd. Repaving Project

Beginning Monday, July 20th, the Curry Ford gate (main entrance) will be closed for the repaving of Woodgate Blvd. The project is expected to take one month. All residents and guests are required to use the Pershing Gate until further notice. If you are are resident, you may continue to use the Raper Dairy gate as long as you have a valid barcode.

If you expect visitors during this time, please provide the following address:
4211 Woodgate Blvd., Orlando,  FL 32822.

If you have any questions regarding this closure, please contact the Ventura Administration Office at 407-275-7002.

Raintree Pool Open, COVID-19 Guidelines

The Raintree pool is currently open and will be closed again when the pool resurfacing project begins at a later date (project start date yet to be determined). By choosing to enter the pool area, you are entering at your own risk and understand that you could be infected with COVID-19.

Please follow the safety guidelines below. Non-compliance of these guidelines will result in pool closure.

  1. Practice social distancing and keep at least 6 feet (2 meters) between your party and others.
  2. Bring your own hand sanitizer.
  3. Bring your own disinfectant wipes to wipe down table surfaces, chairs and anything you touch in the restroom.
  4. Chairs and chaise lounges must be covered with a towel.

Please do not use the pool, hot tub (spa), and/or pool area if you feel unwell or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Owners and renters should evaluate their risk in determining whether to use the pool, hot tub (spa) or the pool area.

Remember to wash your hands often.

 

Hurricane Season Begins, Ends November 30th

Another hurricane season is here and whether you live in Raintree year-round or entrust your condo to someone while you are away, it’s important to create an emergency and communication plan. Find out how to identify a safe room, build an emergency kit and know who to contact if there is an emergency. 

National Hurricane Center: www.nhc.noaa.gov

Federal Emergency Management Agency: www.fema.gov

911 is the number to call for emergency situations throughout all of Orange County.

Follow these safety guidelines if using a portable generator.

What to have on hand if and when the power goes out.

When a hurricane is expected, be sure to secure any loose plants and decorations around your unit. Bring any items inside that may cause damage if not secured properly.

Visit www.floridadisaster.org and create a personalized emergency plan for your family. The plans include a disaster supply kit list, family meeting location, evacuation information, local emergency management contact information and other relevant information.

Tornadoes can occur in Florida anytime of the year, but are known to accompany tropical storms and hurricanes as the make landfall. Monitor a weather radio and forecasts for tornado watches and warnings. If a tornado has been sighted in the area, go to an interior, windowless room such as a closet or bathroom. Crouch low to the ground and cover your head and body with pillows, a mattress, or clothing to protect your from debris.

For more local preparedness information, visit the Orange County website: www.orangecountyfl.net.

Hurricane season ends November 30, 2020.

Raintree Pool Scheduled to Reopen in June

5/11/2020 Update: The Raintree pool area, pool and spa (hot tub) will remain closed until at least June 16th. During this time, the pool will be drained, repaired and resurfaced to be brought up to current code. Watch for notices posted at the mailboxes and pool gates for opening details. Thank you for your patience.

5/5/2020 Update: The pool will be pressure tested this week for leaks in the water lines and will remain closed during this time. The pool is tentatively scheduled to re-open on May 9th. Watch for notices posted at the mailboxes and pool gates.

3/27/2020 Update: The Raintree pool area, pool and spa (hot tub) are currently closed in order to comply with the Orange County Emergency Order 2020-04 regarding COVID-19/Section 2 that states that all pools and playgrounds must be closed [for 14 days]. This is also in response to the Orange County “Stay at Home” order that went into effect on April 9th at 11:00 p.m.

Also look out for Raintree community emails. If do not receive emails from Raintree, now is great time to sign up! Sign up for Raintree community emails now.

Have You Checked the Smoke Detector & Fire Extinguisher Lately?

Help prevent and be prepared for potential fires in your condo unit by installing smoke detectors and having a fire extinguisher readily available. Regular maintenance of these devices is critical. Learn more about when to test and change the batteries in your smoke detectors and how to maintain and where to store a fire extinguisher.

Learn more about smoke detectors and fire extinguishers under Unit Maintenance.