September 27, 2022



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 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.

April 27, 2022

Put A Stop To Littering At Sunwood


Dear Residents,

Help put a stop to littering at Sunwood. We have noticed an increase in littering around the condominium hallways, plants, stairwells, and parking lots.  Recently children's items such as a plastic bottle for bubbles, empty jello cup left by the stairs, children snack bags at the entrance, and wet wipes on the hallway second floor. Please make sure to always check and clean up after your children if they go outside with any items, and please let them know that they should never leave anything outside or in the hallways.  We appreciate your help and cooperation to keep Sunwood looking its best!     

March 11, 2022

Key Found In West Parking Lot


Dear Residents,

A key was found in the west parking lot. 

Please contact management if you or anyone you know may have lost a key. 

February 14, 2022

We Thank You!

We would like to take a moment to thank all of our residents for your cooperation and participation during the parking lot seal coating project.  We have a great community at Sunwood and we're looking forward to continuing to make Sunwood a great place to live.  

February 9, 2022

Rain Delay: West Lot Will Remain Closed Until Thursday Afternoon

Dear Residents:

Due to rain the West parking lot will remain closed until Thursday afternoon.  All residents must continue to park along 46th Street. On Thursday morning, residents from both the East and West lot will park along 46th Street.  Vehicles are allowed to park on both sides of 46th Street, the grass on either side of 46th Street is part of the roadway and the property of Miami Dade County.  Once the barricades are removed for the West lot Thursday afternoon, residents may resume parking in the West lot. We anticipate no change in schedule for the East lot on Thursday or Friday.             

January 27, 2022

Parking Lot Sealcoating February 8th-11th


Beginning on Tuesday, February 8th, DMI Paving & Sealcoating will begin work on our parking lots to sealcoat the asphalt surface and then stripe and paint parking spaces and car stops. Please see below for the d ate your lot will be affected by the upcoming Maintenance work and the requirements for vehicles relocation during the work.

 WEST LOT (blue)

Tuesday, February 8th Sealcoating 

Wednesday, February 9th Stripe and paint

Vehicles must be removed by 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 8th.

Vehicles can return to park inside the lot on Wednesday, February 9th after 3 p.m.

EAST LOT (Orange)

Thursday, February 10th Sealcoating 

Friday, February 11th Stripe and paint

Vehicles must be removed by 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 10th.

Vehicles can return to park inside the lot on Friday, February 11th after 3 p.m.

ALL VEHICLES MUST BE MOVED by 8:30 a.m. on the morning of sealcoating as noted above. (this includes all asphalt surfaces, parking spaces, visitor parking areas, and parking lot entrances).  Vehicles that remain parked in these areas will be towed at the owners expense.

Vehicles are to park in the grass along 46th street, we ask that residents park their vehicles head in, facing the sidewalk on either side of the street so that all vehicles can park. Overflow parking is also available along 67th avenue.    

Please note, all work is dependent on weather conditions. If adverse weather occurs on the day your street is scheduled to be sealed, you will be notified of the new date through the website

Thank you for your assistance and patience during this project.


Call Boxes Are Now Working Properly

 Dear Residents, 

The call box phone lines have been repaired and both East & West call boxes are now operational. We thank you for your patience and apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused. 

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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