Just a reminder, please do not park in the street overnight as this violates the Telfair Deed Restrictions, can be a nuisance to your neighbors, and also can be a potential safety hazard. Sterling ASI, as your property management company, will begin sending deed restriction violation letters to any and all homes with cars parked in the street during night community inspections. Please park all cars in your driveway or garage. Thank you for your help in keeping the community beautiful.
Bicycles Around the Lake
Residents, please be courteous of your fellow neighbors while enjoying the many amenities and vast green space areas throughout the community. We have had a few reports of residents riding bicycles on the paths around the lakes are coming up on walkers/joggers and not making themselves known which has startled some people and could possibly be a hazzard.
Trash Cans/Yard Clippings/Trash Bags/Tree Trimmings
Telfair Residents: Please do not place your trash cans or trash bags at the curb before the day of pickup. Your community trash days are Tuesday & Friday. Also, if you have a lawn service, please advise them they need to take all yard clippings with them when they service your yard. Tree timmings/Heavy trash will only be picked up on the 4th Monday of each month and Brush and tree limbs must be less than 4 inches in diameter and less than 4 feet in length; or between 4 and 6 inches and less than 2 feet in length. We inspect the community on a regular basis and if any of these above items are noticed, you will be cited as this is a violation of your communities deed restrictions. Also, trash cans cannot be stored in public view, as this is also a violation of your deed restrictions. Trashcans must be stored behind fences or in your garage. If they can be seen from the street, you are in violation of the deed restrictions. Thank you for your help in keeping your community beautiful.
We have had several reports recently of alligators in the detention ponds around the community. Please be aware of your surroundings while near any of the ponds. Generally, these are smaller alligators and will not bother you if you do not bother them. However, we ask that you still exercise caution while around the detention ponds, bayous, rivers, etc. throughout the community. Please see the below links for you to contact in the event you spot one of these gators.
1. Telfair Lake Operator (LID #17) - 281-755-4292