*****Annual Meeting Update*****
Due to Governor DeSantis declaring a State of Emergency concerning the Coronavirus, the association will postpone the annual meeting scheduled for 3/14/2020. We will continue to watch the updates concerning the virus and schedule the meeting accordingly. It is our hope that you all stay well and safe and that you take the necessary precautions for you and your loved ones.
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Kingsland Ocala Waterway Owner’s Association, Inc.
Kowoa.com A Non-Profit Florida Corporation
SCHOOl IS IN
KEEP OUR KIDS SAFE
Do to the COVID 19 virus, we are complying with the Governor's and CDC request to close the office until 4/13/2020. The building has also been closed to the public. The Board wishes you and your loved ones well.
Important Links and Information:
Florida Wildlife Conservation Marion Co. Office (352) 732-1225
Non Emergency Situations 24 hours: (352) 732-91111
Questions concerning what can be built on your property and what the easement requirements are for your specific area.
Garbage Companies in our area:
Florida Express 352-369-5411
Wast Pro: 352-624-3100
KOWOA OFFICE HOURS:
Monday, Thru Thursday 8:30 am-5:00 pm
closed for lunch 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Closed on Fridays, Weekends, & all Federal Holidays
CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
"Call 811 from anywhere in Florida two full business days before you dig and tell the operator what you are planning. At no cost to you, they will send a locator to mark the approximate location of underground utilities. If you damage the utilities; you may be liable for cost of repair".
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Living with Florida Black Bears
Ways to Secure Attractants From Bears
Bears have a great sense of smell. Securing garbage and other attractants is an important step in reducing frequent bear visits to residential areas, like your neighborhood. Here are some ways to properly secure your trash and help stop repeated attempts by bears to access garbage.
Pick ripe fruit from trees and remove fallen fruit from the ground.
Screened enclosures ARE NOT SECURE and WILL NOT keep bears out.
Inquire whether local waste service providers offer bear-resistant trash cans or dumpsters.
Build a bear-resistant caddy to store your trash can. Caddies are strong, wooden sheds that secure your trash can from wildlife and can hold your garbage until it is ready for pickup.