December 23, 2022

Happy Holidays & Joyful New Year Wishes For 2023!


 

Wishing all of our residents and owners at Sunwood HAPPY HOLIDAYS & A JOYFUL NEW YEAR in 2023! 


December 9, 2022

Be Courteous Of Your Fellow Dumpster Users

Dear Residents, 

Dear Sunwood Residents, 

We ask everyone to please be courteous of your fellow residents when disposing of items in the Sunwood dumpsters.  The East dumpster size will be increased in size to an 8 yard container shortly at the request of residents, however it is important to note that items continuously have been placed in the dumpsters that unnecessarily take up valuable space.    

1) Always make sure your garbage bags are always tied closed to avoid any items from spilling. 

2) Never place cardboard boxes in the dumpster. Boxes placed in the dumpster take up valuable room and can lead to additional charges by Waste Management for over fill charges. Cardboard boxes must always be flattened and placed in the recycle bins, no matter what size big or small.  If there is no room in the recycle bin you can place the flattened cardboard neatly next to the recycle bin, but never in the dumpster. 

3) Never place any items in the dumpster such as water heaters, TV's, furniture, shelving, fans, boxes or any item that is not able to fit inside of a standard kitchen 14 gallon garbage bag.   

Thank you for your cooperation so that we can keep our dumpster areas clean and nicely maintained for everyone to use! 

 

November 9, 2022

TROPICAL STORM NICOLE ALERT


TROPICAL STORM NICOLE ALERT: 

Sunwood Residents: 

There is a Tropical Storm Watch for inland Miami-Dade County. Tropical Storm force & strong wind gusts may be expected to impact Sunwood beginning late Wednesday through Thursday.  Please keep a watchful eye on the storm, as the track has been moved Southward and the storm is expected to strengthen. 

Use showers and toilets sparingly especially if the parking lots become flooded. During previous storms, flooding of the county's main sewer lines have resulted in Sunwood experiencing backups and slow to flush toilets on the first floors. We ask everyone to use water sparingly and avoid routine/peak hours of use all day Wednesday to alleviate any possibility of backups on the first floor.    

Residents are encouraged to secure outdoor furniture and other unsecured items. If you experience any roof leaks or water intrusion please email pictures to sunwoodcondominium@gmail.com with your unit number and contact information.  

September 27, 2022

HURRICANE IAN ALERT


HURRICANE IAN ALERT: 

Sunwood Residents: 

There is a Tropical Storm Watch for inland Miami-Dade County. Tropical Storm force wind gusts are expected to impact Sunwood beginning today through Thursday.  The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for South Florida as there is a potential for tornadoes as the heavier rainbands come across South Florida tonight through Wednesday.  Local weather agencies estimate our area can anticipate 3 to 8 inches of rain from today through Thursday September 29, with flash and urban flooding possible. 

Use showers and toilets sparingly especially if the parking lots become flooded. During previous storms, flooding of the county's main sewer lines have resulted in Sunwood experiencing backups and slow to flush toilets on the first floors. We ask everyone to use water sparingly and avoid routine/peak hours of use all day Wednesday to alleviate any possibility of backups on the first floor.    

Residents are encouraged to secure outdoor furniture and other unsecured items. If you experience any roof leaks or water intrusion please email pictures to sunwoodcondominium@gmail.com with your unit number and contact information.  


July 19, 2022

Glass containers & food are not allowed in the pool area


Dear residents,

We ask that residents and their guests follow the pool rules at Sunwood when in the pool area. 

No food or drink is allowed inside the fenced pool area at any time. This is a regulation by the Miami Dade County Health Department. The rules also do not allow any type of glass containers to be brought into the pool area.  Concerned residents have notified the Association that food and drinks (including glass containers) have been brought inside the pool area. Failure to comply with the pool rules can lead to violations by the Miami Dade County Health Department and eventual closing of the pool area.       



July 15, 2022

Call Box Electrical Outage

 Dear Residents,

Unfortunately a lightening strike on Wednesday July 13th caused damage to the call box/gate entry system at Sunwood.  The entry gates for the parking lots must remain open in order to provide access for all residents, visitors, delivery services, and post office personnel . The replacement of damaged equipment will take approximately 2 weeks to complete. We thank you for you patience as our gate service provider works to make the necessary repairs.    


June 3, 2022

Tropical Storm Warning PTC1

 

Dear Residents:

Please be advised that Hurricane season is here, and off to a quick start. In the event of a storm any items on your exterior balcony must be secured. Tropical Storm warnings have been issued for Miami Dade County, and we ask that you please secure any small loose items that you may have outside, winds are expected to reach 45mph, with heavy rain.

The main gates are equipped with a battery backup system that will automatically open the gates when the power is out.  For emergencies during a storm please call 911. For non-emergencies please contact your manager, Scott Galya he can be reached at (305)-251-0777 Ext1.

Sunwood Condominium

This blog serves the residents of Sunwood Condominium Association of Miami, located on 4600 SW 67th Ave in Miami, Florida.

Property Management

This association is managed by Brickell Property Management. You can contact Scott Galya by Phone @ (305) 251-0777 or in writing @ 14373 SW 142nd Street, Miami, Florida 33186-6727. Click Here to visit their web page.

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