Holiday Pines Community Website


From 95: Take Interstate 95 to exit 138 (Indrio Rd. or Rt. 614). Go East 3.1m to Kings Highway (Rt. 713 or Turnpike Feeder Rd.)
Turn left at the light and go North 1.0m to Suson on the right (The Holiday Pines entrance sign is easy to see). Suson is the first of 3 entrances to Holiday Pines on Rt. 713. See local map.

From Rt. 1 South: Take Rt. 1 South. When you reach Ft. Pierce (after the bridge over the RR tracks the sign says St. Lucie County) you come to "Rt. 713 to Florida Turnpike". It is a "straight" where Rt. 1 bends left. Continue south on Rt. 713 and the three Holiday Pines entrances are on the left. The last entrance, 1.9 mi. down Rt. 713, is Suson.

Holiday Pines Property Owners Association (HPPOA) list of Current Board of Directors, Board Meeting Minutes, Owners Directory, Financial Info, Items for sale/wanted/free, and Newsletters are password protected. Only dues paying HPPOA members can access these pages. To join, contact Stephanie Pare 772-579-5269

St. Lucie County Division of Emergency Management has useful disaster information covering floods, fire, hurricanes, tornados, evacuation routes, shelter locations, broadcast stations, disaster supplies, and condition of an area after a storm. Also animal control.

The 2007 Pinellas County Official Hurricane Guide: Surviving the Storm is now on-line. Everything you need to know about preparing your home, family and pets before, during and after a storm, useful phone numbers and websites, family plan and disaster survival kit.

Hurricane House Web Page. Under "Resources" (on the right side of the page), you will see the Hurricane Survival Guide at the top of the list and then, towards the bottom, is the Checklist (English & Spanish). For those who have visited the Hurricane House, the fact sheets they had at the back of the room are also on here under the "Education + Action = Wind Mitigation" link. You can visit the Hurricane House (a mile up Picos Rd. off Feeder, near Ft. Pierce Jai Ali) to see first hand stormproof building techniques, storm shutter types, and attend lectures on wind mitigation and storm survival skills.

Simple menu ideas as you stock up for a hurricane.

Code enforcement (772-462-1571) is the governmental agency you contact to correct problems regarding neighbor's junk, trash, debris, unservicable vehicles, excessive overgrowth of grass and weeds, dead trees, and the proper storage of boats, trailors and RVs.