HPA BOD Meeting: 10 AM on Monday January 18th. You can watch and/or participate via our LIVE page.
CAFE Dinner Deliveries are canceled for 6 days, January 14th through January 20th. Read Shirley’s note below.
|Effective Thursday January 14th until Tuesday January 19th there will be no dinner deliveries. This is a total of 6 days. New menus will be posted at that time.
Cascades and Valencia Isles have closed their cafes until the 19th. It is their catering kitchens that service us.
Our cafe remains open as usual. Mario and HP are sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Electronic Voting is Coming to HP
The annual BOD elections will happen in March. Residents from each of the four phases will elect members to fill the vacancies on their Board of Directors. They will also vote on other issues, such as waiving fully funded reserves. Although each phase board must vote to approve the process, it appears as if all four boards will in fact make this change, moving our community into the 21st Century. Then, all HP residents will have the option to vote electronically from the comfort of their own home. In light of the clubhouse being closed because of Covid-19, this should prove to be a major convenience for everyone who participates.
Please keep in mind, there is one vote per unit, not one vote per resident. Therefore, each unit with 2 people must decide on only one name and one email address for the process. For those residents who do not have access to the Internet, they can still vote the old fashioned way. If you have questions, please contact your phase board members.
Residents Section/Phase Info: Read the financial info at the bottom of the page where you will learn how your quarterly condo assessment is created and where the money goes.
LIFESTYLE: January – February 2021: Read the latest edition of the Lifestyle
Hotwire Launch Call Center Number: 561-509-5429
NOTE: The AT&T Phase One contract expired November 30th. Check out our new Hotwire page located in the Entertainment section.
Latest Covid-19 News: Visit our NEWS page located under “What’s Happening”.
HPA BOD Vote: On August 4th, they agreed to spend no more than $325,000 to finally activate the Clubhouse Renovation project.
HPA BOD: There was a Clubhouse Renovation Meeting Thursday December 3rd, where every aspect of the project was explained, and every question from our residents was answered by our architect, attorney, or a steering committee member. If you have any questions, speak with one of your board members.
Trash Collection in the Villas: Haven’t you noticed that trash is no longer picked up at 8 AM? SWA generally arrives in Phase I between 11 AM and 12 Noon to start their community wide trash collection. Therefore, it’s no longer necessary to put out your trash the night before. You can comfortably wait until approximately 10:00 AM on the morning of trash collections.
HPA BOD Meeting: On December 22nd, the board discussed/debated the Covid-19 Pool Rules and made several changes. All residents will be advised of the updated pool rules.
Main, East, West, & North Are Open With Limited Hours
- The indoor pool will remain closed.
- The gyms will remain closed.
Guidelines for the Main Pool
Hours: 8 AM – 10 AM for Lap Swimmers Only, 7 days a week at the MAIN pool
Hours: 8 AM – 5 PM for recreational use, 7 days a week
- Campbell Management will be in charge of the sign in list.
- Residents must bring their ID card or some other proof of residency.
- Only residents can use the pool. Guests from outside the community are not allowed.
- A maximum of 25 people can use the pool at the same time.
- There is a one-hour time limit on use of the pool. However, that one-hour limit will be waived if no one else is waiting to use the pool.
- Residents must bring their own chairs.
- Residents must follow all PBC and HP guidelines.
- The HPA BOD will periodically re-evaluate the pool status. During that re-evaluation assessment, the board will decide if they are going to open all of the satellite pools.
North, West, and East Pools
NEW DINNER DELIVERY SERVICE [Go to our Cafe page in the resident’s section to see the menu]
Covid-19 Stats for Palm Beach County, Florida, and the U.S: Visit our NEWS page,
New Corona Virus Study:
“Outside, things like sunlight, wind, rain, ambient temperature, and humidity can affect virus infectivity and transmissibility, so while we can’t say there’s zero risk, it’s likely low unless you are engaging in activities as part of a large crowd (such as a protest). Solitary outdoor exercise is likely low-risk.”
Rasmussen and Kasten both noted that a perfect sequence of events has to happen for a virus to jump from an infected passerby outdoors to you. The particles, enough of them to be able to kickstart an infection, have to spray out of the passerby with enough force to make their way over to you. The virus inside the particles has to survive while sunlight, humidity, wind, and other forces work to decay and disperse them. The particles have to land right in your upper throat or respiratory tract, or on your hands, which you then use to touch your eyes, nose, or mouth, and they have to get past all the barriers to infection in the respiratory system, like nose hairs and mucus. Then they have to dock up with your cells’ ACE-2 receptors and use them to enter the cells.
This is a pretty arduous sequence to execute properly, and it’s even more difficult for the virus if everyone involved, say, both you and the runner in front of you, is wearing a mask. You can see why, if you’re standing outdoors several feet away from an infected person, the virus might have a hard time making its way over to you at a high enough dose to actually infect you.
You can read more about the Corona Virus on our NEWS page, located under “What’s Happening”.
Private Landscapers: We received unconfirmed reports that two villa owners hired PRIVATE landscapers to work around their units. Be advised, you are NOT ALLOWED to hire a private landscaper. If you do such, and if there is damage to the landscaping around your unit, you will be liable for damages. You might also be subject to additional penalties.
Note: The HPA BOD voted to place the Lifestyle under password protection. If you need the new password, please contact your Phase President.
Initial Architectural Drawings for the Clubhouse Renovation: On March 3rd, our architect [Slattery] showed his initial drawings/plans to HP residents and the BOD. For a capsule summary written by Sue Loeser, go to our NEWS page. To see the drawings of how the clubhouse looks today or how the clubhouse will look after the renovation, please click on one of the links below. Note: The Slattery file (2nd one) below contains drawings of both the clubhouse today, and if you scroll down, it also has the new drawings, illustrating the plans from Slattery.
A Fabulous Pre-Covid 19 Saturday Night with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis: Wow! What a Show! The singing was incredible, the band was terrific, the choice of songs was right on time, and the connection with the audience was near perfect. It was one of the best shows ever @ HP.
Uptown Performing @ our Theater
HP Community Connection: Keep up with the latest news from HPA President Shirley Kafka in the Resident’s section.
Online Ticket Purchases for HP Shows: Obviously all shows are cancelled until further notice.
The Huntington Pointe Story
Huntington Pointe is an adult only (55+) gated community with no pets, located in one of the most popular towns in Palm Beach County, Delray Beach, FL. The main entrance is on Jog Road north of Atlantic Avenue, just south of Lake Ida Road. Our community is about a 10 minute drive from the downtown Delray shopping area and restaurants which are adjacent to a beautiful beach.
There are 1,096 residential units in the complex. Our residents live in various styles of apartments in our four story condo buildings or three different styles of attached one story villas.
Everyone enjoys our beautiful landscaping and two lakes. We’re large enough to support a wide array of amenities but small enough to maintain a sense of community. When asked what attracts them to Huntington Pointe, many new residents respond by saying our development is just the right size.
Another big attraction is our active lifestyle. We have four outdoor pools, each with a Jacuzzi, plus one indoor heated swimming pool. For those interested in physical activities we have a fitness center, tennis courts, bocce ball, pickleball, a billiards room, and shuffleboard for our residents and their guests. We also offer a series of classes such as zumba, water aerobics, and yoga. We have an on-site Café where people enjoy meeting for breakfast or lunch. Many residents often say they feel as if they’re living in a resort.
We have a wide array of indoor activities organized by a variety of clubs. We are especially proud of our billiards, computer, current events, financial, and theater arts clubs. Numerous card games and art classes are a big part of these organized activities.
Most of the aforementioned clubs meet in our 50,000 square foot clubhouse which has a Theater of Performing Arts seating over 600 people. There’s a year round schedule of very popular variety shows plus an annual concert series. In addition, residents can see first run movies on Tuesday/Thursday afternoons and evenings for free.
Every visitor to our community comments about our gorgeous, lush landscaping which you can see in many of our photos. Finally, what you cannot see on this website, is the feeling/sense of community which makes Huntington Pointe a fabulous place to live.
What Can I Do On This Website?
This is a site with tons of photos illustrating an array of activities and various locations in our community. We have pictures of our homes, our gorgeous landscaping, our residents in action, and the people who work with us. To quickly review upcoming events, check out “Happening Today and Very Soon” located in the right column of the Home Page . To see the Clubhouse reservations schedule, go to What’s Happening on the menu.
In addition, we have news, activities, and an entertainment section which has a schedule of our movies & shows. For the movies, you can click on a link and watch the relevant video trailer.
HP Resident’s Phone Directory: Can’t find your HP Phone Book? Don’t worry. because the listing is on our website in the Resident’s section.
If you need to communicate with Campbell, use the “Contact Us” form on the menu.
We have a link to the “New Residents Welcome Packet” located on the Residents section of the menu. Residents can fill out an “Emergency Contact” Form“ in the Phase section. We also have a link to the “The Lifestyle Newsletter”. The HPA BOD voted to password protect the Lifestyle, so please contact your Phase President for the password. We make it easy for the residents to submit various forms, such as Work Orders and Elevator Pad requests. Check out the “Resident Forms” options on our Menu.
Important HP Phone Numbers
|ADT Alarm System||800-878-7806|
|AT&T U-Verse Customer Service||866-299-6824|
|AT&T U-Verse Technical Support||800-288-2020|
|Campbell After Hours Emergency Number||954-427-8770|
|Florida Power & LIght||800-226-3545|
|Palm Beach County Sheriff [Non-Emergency]||561-995-2800|