Two kayak storage racks are located on the back side of the marina. The rental fee is currently $50/year. Watercraft is not permitted to be left overnight on the beachfront unless stored on racks or the marina. Contact the marina manager for slip or space availability through the Contact Us form.
Our high tide marina is located on the west end of our beachfront. Over 20 slips are available for annual rental. Boat owners must have the vessel licensed, in operating condition, and insured against spill damage. The rental fee is currently $375/year. Watercraft is not permitted to be left overnight on the beachfront unless stored on racks or the marina. Contact the marina manager for slip or space availability through the Contact Us form.
As a Beachcrest homeowner you are a member of our community association. We have a yearly assessment usually set at our annual member meeting in May which is due before July. Our current dues are $342. Dues may modestly rise in conjunction with the the cost of living index, as provided in our bylaws. If you are uncertain of your account status, contact Vantage Community Management.
Our annual homeowner assessment provides for our operating and maintenance expenses for our community property – which includes street paving and repair, vegetation trimming, marina area assets, beachfront structures and roads, playground and entrance parks, and nature trail. There are also administration expenses for accounting, auditing, communication, insurance, and community gatherings.
Each home has been issued two fobs that open our beach gate from 4:00 am to 10:00 pm. Those fobs should transfer to the new owner when a property is sold. If fobs are reported missing they will be deactivated. Replacement fobs may be purchased for $10 each by the owner. No more than two fobs are assigned to each home address. Use the Contact Us form for any questions.
The Board of Trustees have a few areas of oversight that require residents to submit a request:
If persistent dog parking is an on going issue. especially at night, the person you should contact is the neighbor with the dog. For best results, informing your neighbor in a respectful manner that their dog is affecting your sleep
Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 5-8p • Join us for dinner at the Playground Park We'll provide the hot dogs, you provide a side dish, salad or dessert. Learn how to protect your property and prepare for emergencies.