Honore/Palmer Ranch Parkway Rezoning

Turtle Rock Residents,
 
The Board of County Commission will be discussing the proposed development at the Northwest corner of Palmer Ranch Parkway and Honore. They will decide whether or not to send the development plan to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. This plan was approved by the County Planning Commission on June 18. This is the next step in the process to gain county approval to build a 232 unit apartment complex on that corner. The governing boards of all the surrounding communities oppose this development as proposed. We encourage all association members to attend the meeting and speak in opposition to this development. There does not seem to be a virtual meeting arrangement.
 
This proposed development is requesting build a complex with the highest number of units per acre in all of Palmer Ranch and it would be about 34% denser then the next highest unit density development. It also provides inadequate buffering/screening from the surrounding communities. If approved this development would create an apartment complex the size of the Sage, on south Honore, but on one-half the acreage.
 
Please consider attending the session at 1:30 on August 26 to voice your opposition to this proposed development.
 
If you have any question please contact myself or any board member.
 
Thank you,
Russ Gill – President

CLICK HERE to read the Notice of Public Hearing

CLICK HERE to go the the Sarasota County website and click on
8/26/20 Sarasota County Commission for more information

Turtle Rock Access Control Update Options

Please click on the two links below for an in depth look at the access control update options and the cost analysis for each.

CLICK HERE to read the REVISED Access Control Options Update Document.

CLICK HERE to read the Access Control System Cost Analysis.

COVID-19 - RE-OPENINGS!

Turtle Rock and Sunstate have been actively monitoring the responses regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

The Turtle Rock Pool, Playground and Exercise Equipment will reopen Saturday morning June 13, 2020. The Community Center will reopen Monday morning, June 15, 2020. Please see the following disclaimer and rules for use of Turtle Rock amenities:

If you are not feeling well we encourage you to stay home and take good care of yourself and contact your primary care physician, if necessary.

For the most current information on COVID-19 please follow the recommendations and information at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Florida Department of Health websites.

Updates will be posted on here on our website.

We appreciate your patience and understanding through these times.

Russ Gill
President

Retention Pond Proposal

This report is based on Turtle Rock Retention Pond Task Force Results that were presented to the Turtle Rock Board of Governors.

CLICK HERE to read the Proposal now.