Welcome to the Web Site for the Home Owners at Eagle Creek and the Eagle Creek Homeowners Association Inc. The Homeowners Association has now contracted with Sentry Management Inc. who will deal with the day-to-day running of the Homeowners Association for the time being. All matters concerning the Homeowners Association should be initially directed to them at:

Homeowners Association of Eagle Creek Inc.
c/o Sentry Management Inc.
2180 West State Road 434, Suite 5000
Longwood, Florida 32779-5044
Phone 407-788-6700 Fax 407-788-7488

When phoning you may ask for Maria DeRose-Loffredo on Extension 338.


Landscaping in the Eagle Creek Residential Area
As required by the Orange County Development Order, the Eagle Creek Design Guidelines, and the Audubon International Silver Signature Program guidelines, the use of non-native nuisance exotic plant material within the landscape areas at each residence and in common areas located within the residential portion of Eagle Creek is prohibited.

Residents of Eagle Creek are encouraged to use native plants when revegetating disturbed areas and in landscaping plans. Because a plant occurs on the property does not mean it is native to the region, or to the state of Florida, or to the United States. Many resources are available to identify whether a plant species is native to a region and whether a native plant is commercially available. Both the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Plant Data Center and Audubon International's Sustainable Communities Campaign: Surf Your Region & Surf For Native Plants website are useful websites, and the Florida Native Plant Society may also be a good resource for locating commercially available native plants.

The Florida Exotic Pest Council has produced a list of Invasive Species.
Click here to view (PDF).

Audubon International has produced a List of Native Plants that are Commercially available for use in Central Florida. Click here to view (PDF).

Street Lights
If you notice that one of the street lights is not functioning correctly, or has otherwise been damaged, would you please report the incident to Sentry Management and NOT the local power company. Thank you.

As you will be aware, in common with all other gated communities in Florida, we have an Architectural Review Board that has the job of overseeing any external changes that a homeowner may intend to make to the property. This is to ensure that the integral quality and appearance of Eagle Creek is maintained. Should you wish to make such a change, will you please download the Architectural Review Board Request Form from this web site and then carefully and comprehensively complete the form before submitting it. You will find some instructions on how to complete the form along with the form itself.

Eagle Creek features distinctive homes in a traditional European village setting. A place where nature and neighborhoods co-exist peacefully and families enjoy the good life. From the stone bridge at its entrance to the championship golf course and New England Manor style clubhouse at its center, Eagle Creek is a community built for the family.

Neighborhoods of single-family homes, town homes, golf villas, apartments and condominiums will grace the lakes and fairways of Eagle Creek, and their well-lit sidewalks will allow residents easy access to the local Community Parks or the Recreation Center with its swimming pools, cabanas, weight room, sports fields and tennis courts. There are also hundreds of acres of original wetlands that have been retained to allow the native plants and animals to peacefully coexist with the Eagle Creek residents. These natural areas are accessed by both nature trails and equestrian trails, and the Audubon Signature that Eagle Creek has been granted ensures that this environment will be carefully maintained. An elementary school is planned to be located in the heart of Eagle Creek close by the Village Center which will feature a range of shops and offices that will integrate into the community and allow residents the opportunity to work, learn and play right on their doorstep. If you want some further information on the Eagle Creek Golf Club, please go to the web site at http://www.eaglecreekgolf.info.

Eagle Creek is owned and developed by Emerson International, Inc., a company that has been developing property in Florida for over 20 years. During that time, the company has built up a substantial commercial portfolio in the Greater Orlando area and now also has other residential developments in the Bay Hill area on the Butler Chain of Lakes and on Cranes Roost Lake in Altamonte Springs. Emerson International is, in turn, a part of the Emerson Group of companies that is based in the U.K. where it is one of the leading family-owned private development companies. In nearly 50 years, Emerson has developed residential communities throughout the UK and other European countries as well as commercial, sport, leisure and retail facilities. Eagle Creek is one of the latest developments that the Emerson Group is proud to be associated with. If you want some further information on the Emerson Group please go to the web site at http://www.emerson-us.com.