Relay for Life
Posted on Tuesday, February 07 @ 13:29:48 EST (29 reads)

Please join the American Cancer Society Relay for Life at

Relay For Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

Relay is staffed and coordinated by volunteers in more than 5,200 communities and 20 countries. Volunteers give of their time and effort because they believe it's time to take action against cancer.

Join us at these events to bring communities together to remember loved ones lost, honor survivors of all cancers, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer.

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ATT Notice
Posted on Wednesday, January 04 @ 22:47:49 EST (53 reads)

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AT&T has a project planned to upgrade their existing facilities in Alafaya Woods.† I have attached a map (third attachment) showing the area that will be upgraded.†† This upgraded is not for the whole community.† The work will be to convert their existing outdated facilities with new state of the art communications facilities allowing for higher internet speeds and more features for residents.† No existing service will be disturbed.† The project will require some digging and boring underneath driveways.† All restoration is guaranteed by AT&T.† Attached is a list of frequently asked questions I believe may be helpful to explain what AT&T will be doing.† Door hangers will be placed on residentís doors prior to construction.† The door hanger will have the name and contact information for the construction company should any restoration be required.

The work is scheduled to start in late January or early February, 2017.† The installation of the fiber will take approximately 2-3 weeks, weather permitting.† I will follow up with you in a couple of days to see if you or your board have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,
Jennifer Lewer
ROW Coordinator/Sub-contractor AT&T Southeast

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The Fining Committee Hearings scheduled for Tuesday 3/21/17 are canceled due to illness.

Welcome to Alafaya Woods Community Site

The community of Alafaya Woods is located within the city limits of Oviedo, in the southeast corner of Seminole County, Florida. Conveniently located near the University of Central Florida, Seminole Community College and the Reformed Theological Seminary, residents of Alafaya Woods also benefit from some of the finest "A"-rated public schools in Central Florida. Oviedo, once listed among the fastest growing cities in the country, is easily accessible from the Greeneway (State Road 417) and boasts choice restaurants, varied shopping establishments, a multiplex movie theater and the Oviedo Marketplace Mall. Some of the finest public parks in Seminole County are located in Oviedo, including a state-of-the-art skate park, Olympic-size swimming facility and sports complex. The Cross Seminole Trail is just the place to do it. You can access the trail in Oviedo at the intersection of 434 and 426.

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All this and more make the location of Alafaya Woods and the over 2,200 homes therein a most attractive place to live.

Alafaya Woods is a covenant controlled subdivision governed by the elected Board of Directors of the Alafaya Woods Homeowners' Association. The Association is a Florida registered not-for-profit corporation. If you own a home in Alafaya Woods you are automatically a member of the Homeowners' Association.

The City of Oviedo has a new downtown develop planned. The first phase is to begin the fall of 2007.

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