Homeowners Association

Twin Lakes of Brandon Homeowners Association, Inc.  Copyright 2006 - 2019


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Monthly HOA Meeting - Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 6:30 PM

meetings are held at the River Hills Country Clubhouse



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Walk around the Lake

3/24/19 9-10:30

meet at pool parking lot



Call 813-247-8000 if you see people walking around that you don't recognize


POOL:  Due to the extensive issues with the pool resufacing project, it is taking longer than originally planned.  The contractors are doing their best to try to have the pool back up and running as soon as possible.  They are hopeful to have it open by March 18th. Thank you for your understanding!


The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 7 has invited us to participate in a survey project to help plan future transportation improvements throughout the Tampa Bay region, including around our lovely Twin Lakes of Brandon community.  Your responses will help FDOT make better informed planning decisions, and also make sure the needs of Twin Lakes of Brandon residents are taken into account.

For donating a few minutes of time to complete the survey, you will also be entered into a drawing to win one of five $250 Amazon gift cards!  

You can participate in the two-part survey by visiting www.tampabaysurveys.com and entering the password TBRNGH

The survey will ask for details about when, how, and why you travel. Both parts of the survey must be completed by April 30th to be entered in the prize drawing.

Thank you for your help planning future transportation improvements in our area.  


Hello Twin Lakes neighbors.  Spring is in the air and holidays like Passover, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, etc. are right around the corner.  But for many, holidays are the last thing on people’s mind because for families that have been beset by an

emergency, like loss of a job, loss of a spouse, physical abuse, etc. the need is more immediate like for food and clothing.  That’s where ECHO (Emergency Care Help

Organization) comes in.  As local neighborhood supporters of ECHO, I wanted to inviteyou to please join us and attend our Annual Empower-ECHO Breakfast, Wednesday March 13th at 8 am at The Regent in Riverview.  Discover how ECHO continues to help our community to bridge the gap between crises and stability.  


Mark Gaudio

ECHO Volunteer & Board of Director