Can I pay my HOA dues online? Yes, the Tradition Community Association does have an ePay system. Please visit the following link to set up your account:
Upon the initial set up, you will be prompted to provide an Association ID and Homeowner #:
- Association ID is TCY
- Homeowner # is your Tradition Community Association Account number (please see your coupon for that information).
- NOTE: If you should need the Management Co ID, it is FISH
There are fees associated with this service:
eCheck – Free
Debit Card – $4.95 flat fee
Credit Card – 2.95% of the total amount charged (this amount will be disclosed prior to your final submission of payment)
Should you require assistance with setting up of your account or any other issues associated with the site, please contact (772) 236-5708.
Can I view my Tradition Community Association account online?
At this time, that option is not available. You can contact Ronda Duse-Anthony at 888-661-0003, or our local office in Tradition 772-345-5101 for detailed account information.
What are the payment options available?
You can set up an ACH debit, pay with credit card over the phone, mail a check to the bank lockbox, drop off a check at our local Tradition office, or set up a payment through your own personal financial institution’s online banking.
Can I pay my dues quarterly or annually?
Yes, you can pay as much ahead as you like – there is no penalty or benefit.
What do the monthly dues charged by Tradition Community Association cover?
Your monthly dues cover the operations and maintenance of common areas throughout the community, as well as pass-through charges for the bulk communication/technology services as provided by Home Town Communications. Please refer to the current 2018 budget and breakdown of charges.
How do I obtain access to the Dog Park?
Click here for details on receiving a key to the Dog Park.
Is my Dog Park key the same key to access my neighborhood pool/clubhouse?
No, they are separate keys. Please contact your neighborhood homeowners association for information regarding access to your community facilities.
How do I find out about events in Tradition?
Please visit the “Calendar” tab above for information on upcoming events in Tradition.
Interested in booking the Christ Family Church building in Tradition?
Please contact Suzanne Grant @ (772) 985-4097 – Email: email@example.com
Is there a Lost and Found department?
If any items are found by our security staff, they will be turned over to our Tradition management office. Please call (772) 345-5101 for further details.
If I am moving into Tradition, is there an application process with Tradition Community Association?
No, there is no application with Tradition Community Association, but please contact the management company for the individual neighborhood to inquire about their process.
If I am planning to move to Tradition, is there a local real estate office to visit?
No, Tradition has no centralized real estate office.
Is there a regular meeting schedule for Tradition Community Association Board Meetings?
At this time, the Board of Directors for Tradition Community Association meets as needed, with meeting notices being posted on the public bulletin board in Tradition Square at 10539 SW Meeting Street (on the outside wall of the restrooms adjacent to the splash fountain, right above the drinking fountains), or mailed out to each member as required by state statute (Florida State Statute 720).
How can I sign up for email notifications?
Residents of Tradition can choose to sign up for email notifications by completing the Tradition Contact Information form.
What are the hours of operation for the interactive water fountain in Tradition Square?
The fountain runs 10AM – 9PM, Wednesday through Sunday.
Can the interactive water fountain in Tradition Square be reserved for events?
No, the fountain area is a first come, first serve amenity. Tradition Community Association does not allow it to be reserved for private events.
Are balloon releases permitted in Tradition? No, per Florida Statue 379.233, organized balloon releases are not permitted. We recommend reviewing the statute in total to be completely informed. Please note that should management become aware of any event where this activity is being planned, your group will be asked to leave. You may also wish to visit www.balloonsblow.org for additional information on this subject, as well as alternatives to balloon releases. As always, if you are trying to plan an organized event anywhere on Tradition common area property, you will need to contact our office at (772) 345-5101 for assistance and direction.