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IOP Residents-Park Update

Due to Covid-19 it was decided by the board not to have food at the July 4th event. The parade will line up at the end of Lake Mary Jane Road at 8:00 and end at the park. Followed at 9:00 by fireworks

Yesterday a vote was taken by the IOPPOA board to open up the park for private events. It passed by a vote of 11 for opening and 3 with no response. So as of now the park is open for private events of less then 50 people But still members only for July 4th event

The following updates on our park are based on the latest Phase 2 re-opening guidance from Florida Governor DeSantis’ Executive Order 20-139, effective June 5, 2020.
Social Distancing. All people in Florida are encouraged to continue following CDC social distancing protocols. Seniors and people with a significant underlying medical condition are strongly encouraged to avoid crowds and take measures to eliminate risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Group Size: All people in Florida are encouraged to avoid congregating in groups larger than 50 people.
Sanitizing: We are not sanitizing any of park equipment or facilities. Bring your own sanitizer.
Pavilion: Still open for member use. Please don’t move the tables.
Basketball Court and Playground Area: Open for use

The Isle of Pines is a unique community in the southeast section of Orlando, FL, approximately three miles from Orange County’s Moss Park. Our pristine chain of lakes and rural style of living is what has attracted most residents to the area.

Our homeowners’ association is a voluntary but very active one. Board members and other volunteers plan events such as an Easter Egg Hunt, Fourth of July Parade and Party, Halloween Party, and Christmas Party each year.

Membership fees fund these events, as well as maintain our community park with pavilion, grills, boat ramp, playground equipment, and restroom facilities.

Our community is a very close knit one, where neighbors enjoy each other’s company and help each other in times of need.