Sweetwater is a premiere gated, deed restricted community with 129 homes. Quiet and secluded, Sweetwater is nestled within the Pam Callahan nature preserve and surrounded by the waters of old Tampa Bay and Sweetwater Creek. Although private and surrounded by nature, Sweetwater is in the heart of the Tampa Bay area ideally located close to major highways, Tampa International Airport, the city's best shopping and restaurants, downtown, and local beaches.
Many thanks to Fran Gagliano for providing our neighborhood with a new,
much needed, American flag for the front entrance. Thank you Fran!
A big thank you to Mike & Marie for hosting the St. Patrick's Party it was a
huge success (as it always is).
Please do not forget our May 3, 2019, Cinco de Mayo party that will be held at
the Hyer's home at 4129 Saltwater Blvd. Party begins at 6:30 p.m. Remember
to bring you favorite libation and a snack to share.
Anyone who would like to host a neighborhood party please contact Marie
McElroy at email@example.com or call her at 813-885-6152.
PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF LEAVING YOUR VEHICLE(S) UNLOCKED. PLEASE LOCK
AND SET YOUR ALARM SYSTEM EACH TIME YOU PARK YOUR VEHICLE.
The 2nd Annual Upper Tampa Bay Golf Tournament is being planned for Friday
November 8, 2019, with a Shotgun start commencing at 11:00 AM. Mark your
calendars! We made just shy of $10,000 last year for golf course improvements.
Our neighborhood facebook page can be found at:
https://www.facebook.com/SCPOwnersAssociation please let Donna Lentz
know if you have something newsworthy to share with the neighborhood.
Next SCPO Association Board meeting is scheduled for 4/22/2019 at 6:30 p.m. in
the library media room.
It's Termite Season. How to Fight Back.
Swarms of the destructive insects are most noticeable in
You might see them in the evenings, moving beneath street lights and porch
lamps like speckled clouds. Or spot signs of them around your house:
brown lines weaving up outdoor walls, sawdust-like droppings at the
back of a dresser drawer, or tiny insects flying in front of a TV screen.
Here's what you need to know, and to look for:
Drywood termites swarm in evenings, generally from April through July.
They like anything made of wood or wood byproducts - attics, floors,
furniture, books - and live in colonies. Look for the insects' wings,
mounds of tiny fecal pellets, or wooden surfaces that have developed