Upcoming Drainage Improvement Project 20200233/Work Order No. 1 (NE 20 Ct from NE 206 Terr to Ives Dairy Rd and NE 20 Ct from NE 201 Terr to NE 199 St)

This project is scheduled to begin in February 2021 and is anticipated to be completed by August 2021. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Drainage Improvement Project #20200233 WO#1 (NE 20 Ct from NE 206 Terr to Ives Dairy Rd and NE 20 Ct from NE 201 Terr to NE 199 St).

Upcoming Roadway Resurfacing Project 20190211/Work Order No. 7 (NE 21 Ave from NE 185 Terr to NE 191 St)

This project is scheduled to begin November 2020 and is anticipated to be completed by February 2021. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Roadway Resurfacing Project 20190211/Work Order No. 7 (NE 21 Ave from NE 185 Terr to NE 191 St). We would like to thank Miami Dade County and the City of North Miami Beach for working together on this joint project.

Upcoming Sidewalk Improvement Project 20190286/Work Order No. 3 (NE 203 St to NE 207 St from NE 22 Pl to Highland Lakes Blvd)

Upcoming Sidewalk Improvement Project # 20190286 WO3 (NE 203 St to NE 207 St from NE 22 Pl to Highland Lakes Blvd). This project is scheduled to begin September 2020 and is anticipated to be completed by October 2020. For more information, please see the attached DTPW Fact Sheet for Upcoming Sidewalk Improvement Project # 20190286 WO3 (NE 203 St to NE 207 St from NE 22 Pl to Highland Lakes Blvd).

 

HOA General Membership Meeting January 29, 2020

The Sky Lake Highland Lakes Area HOA will be holding our first general member meeting of the new year on Wednesday, January 29, 2020, at the Highland Oaks Park Building at 7PM. 

We are expecting many of our local government officials to attend including representatives from Miami-Dade Police, Kent Security, Commissioner Heyman’s office, State Senator Pizzo’s office, State Rep. Watson’s office along with School Board Member Dr. Martin Karp among others.

Commissioner Sally Heyman will also be answering questions related to traffic and transportation. In order to make the best use of the limited time available to answer questions, we would prefer to have questions emailed in advance to skylakehighlandlakeshoa@gmail.com

The proposed 2020 Board of Directors slate will be presented as well.

Join or renew your membership now!

If you haven’t already paid your 2020 dues, or are not yet a member, we will be accepting payments at the meeting or online. Please help spread the word about this meeting to your friends and neighbors who might not be on social media.

Construction Update – NE 26th Ave & NE 209 Ter

Commissioner Heyman’s office has passed along the following information regarding the Intersection Improvement Project No. 20180096/Work Order No. 5 (NE 26th Avenue and NE 209th Terrace).

Construction is scheduled to begin during this month, August 2019, and is anticipated to be completed in November 2019. If you have questions about this project, please contact Jennie Lopez, Public Information Officer for Department of Transportation and Public Works, at 305-375-2810 or by email at Jennie.Lopez@miamidade.gov.

Slow Down! Speed Hump Installations Start April 27th in Highland Lakes.

For years, the residents have been asking for traffic dampening measures. We’ve been asking for a way to discourage through traffic routed from Ives Dairy. We’ve been asking for a way to slow the speeders endangering our children. We’ve been asking for a way to reduce Stop sign runners.

Beginning April 27th, speed humps will be installed in the locations on the map below. These locations were chosen by a team of county engineers following in-depth analysis. It will take approximately four weeks to complete.

We know that many of you will rejoice. We also know that some of you will not be pleased. We have been told that the design being used are low humps (vs. Bumps) and will have no impact on a vehicle’s suspension if traversed at a slow rate of speed–which is the whole point.

Once again, we’d like to thank all the volunteers of the HOA and Commissioner Sally Heyman who made this possible.