We are in a transition period and
this is our older site and will be updated with newer information as we
go along with the transition from first services. First Services has
agreed to supply HBTS with the current information to update this site.
We are awaiting the information.
Our new website will be a part of this
Look for it in the very near future with our name as the link
April 20th, 2015 Board
Meeting Draft Agenda
DRAFT MINUTES FROM 2014-2015
Board of Directors Nominating Commmittee Mintues from April 15, 2015
Next meeting of the nominating committee is April 22, 2015
at 5:30PM in the Old Tennis Pro Office now known as the Conference
Fun Things to Do:
Fishing Club Shrimp Boil
Mother's Day Brunch May 3
Dance Party May
Holley by the Sea is a thriving private residential community midway between Pensacola and Destin in Northwest Florida. Its main entrance and private recreation center are on U.S. Highway 98, about 5 miles west of the Navarre Beach Bridge and State Road 87 in Santa Rosa County and about 20 miles south of Interstate 10 .
One of the largest single developed communities in Florida, Holley by the Sea encompasses some four square miles of land with most of its 4,721 lots being a spacious half-acre. It includes a large amount of dedicated Greenbelt land that is home to a variety of wildlife. Within its borders is a fire station that provides protection through the Holley-Navarre Fire District.
Approximately 4,700 property owners are invested in Holley by the Sea. Some reside in the community. Others live throughout the nation and around the world. Created in 1972, Holley by the Sea continues to grow. It is a desirable location for those who enjoy the moderate climate and beautiful beaches of the Florida Panhandle. It is convenient to Eglin and Hurlburt Air Force Bases and the Pensacola Naval Air Station.
Holley by the Sea is minutes away from the beautiful sugar white beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Two regional airports are nearby and interstate highways allow one-day driving trips to major cities such as Mobile, New Orleans, Birmingham, Atlanta, Orlando, Memphis and Nashville.
Some of the many advantages to living in Holley by the Sea are its attractive combination of well designed homes and landscaped open spaces. Holley by the Sea is a covenanted community with architectural standards. A 48-acre park with access to Santa Rosa Sound includes the HBTS Recreation Center. The Rec Center has a workout gym, three swimming pools, eight lighted clay tennis courts, basketball courts, handball courts, a baseball field, game room, aerobics room and sauna, as well as a large meeting room. Activities offered include aerobic classes, water aerobics, swimming lessons, competitive tennis and swimming teams, plus many social events. The park features four picnic pavilions, nine campsites, playground, fishing pier and private beach.
Holley by the Sea Improvement Association, Inc., was established in 1972 to help its property owners enjoy a community that has the interests of all owners at heart. The association, operated by homeowners since 1998, is managed by a state-licensed community association manager. Policies are set by a five member elected board of directors.
For those who enjoy golf or living on a golf course, the Hidden Creek Estates section is adjacent to the challenging and well rated 18-hole semi-public The Club at Hidden Creek.
Holley by the Sea Homeowner's Association
6845 Navarre Parkway, Navarre, FL 32566