- Forest Edge Annual HOA meeting, July 18th – 7pm @ clubhouse
- Alert: Seminole County has issued a rabies alert for our area. Do not encourage feral cats and other wildlife to approach homes, pets or residents by leaving garbage cans or pet food outside.
These Rules and Regulations have been approved by the Forest Edge Board of Directors and sent to all homeowners with their 2018 Annual Meeting notice. These rules may be reviewed and updated as needed by the board. All rules within are summaries and clarifications of those found within the Forest Edge Covenants and Restrictions, City of Altamonte Springs Ordinances, or rules approved by the FEBOD pertaining to the safety and use of common areas including the streets.
Click here for information on exterior house painting and approved color palette.
Tree Removal Information
Regardless of species, all tree removals must be approved by the FE-ARC and the City of Altamonte Springs – including dead trees. The city requires an approved ARC form before an arbor permit is approved. Per city ordinance, each lot must have a minimum of 2 trees from the city’s approved tree list. For more information, view Altamonte Springs Code of Ordinances, Article VII. Even during a permit moratorium due to storm damage, an ARC form is still required to remove a tree.
Sentry Management is the
property manager for Forest Edge.
See Property Management tab for contact info.
Please mail ARC request forms to Sentry address.
President Carol Platt
Vice President Tom Fusco
Treasurer Paul Marczak
Secretary Frank Lester
Director Charlie Madge
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer in Forest Edge? Our committees are made up of homeowners just like you. Committees are not just limited to the ones listed below. Have an idea? Want to join an existing committee? Attend a board meeting at the clubhouse on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
Architectural Review Committee
Carol Platt (Chairperson), Frank Lester, Jill Prince
Country Creek Master Rep