Community Rules

Keep our Community Nice

  • Place trash and recycle containers away from street/driveways soon after trash pickup.
  • Fix or replace mailboxes with uniform style
  • Try not to park parallel on both sides of the street (Allow ample room for emergency vehicles – It may be YOUR house at risk)


Rental Properties:

  • All owners who are currently renting or wish to rent their house MUST send leases each year to Leland Management: These leases are due two weeks after they are signed.  If you have not already done so, please send yours as soon as possible.



  • Be courteous and try to park on one side of the street whenever possible.  If you see a car parked on the other side of the street, park elsewhere.  There have been a few instances where the garbage trucks have not been able to get through because of parked cars, reducing their efficiency.  In an emergency, that may cost someone his or her life.
  • Please do not park in front of any mailbox.


County Regulations for Parking:

  • Every vehicle on a two-way roadway must be parked with the right-hand wheels parallel to and within 12 inches of the right-hand curb or edge of roadway.
  • It is prohibited to park your car where it blocks the sidewalk, in front of a driveway (even if it’s your own!), within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection, or 30 feet of stop sign (on either side).
  • To report parking offenses, please call the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at their non-emergency number: 407-836-4357


Pet Responsibility

  • To keep our community nice for all of us, it is our responsibility as pet owners to make sure we are “Picking-up” after them. When left on the lawn for too long, dog feces will release excessive amounts of nitrogen and salts into the soil as it breaks down, which results in brown patches or “burn” marks on the lawn. Even more important are the health risks: Dog feces attracts breeding flies, which transmit disease. Feces can also be a vector for transmitting certain diseases between dogs and people (Salmonella, Campylobacter, Roundworms and Hookworms).
  • All pets must be kept on a leash and in total control by the owner at all times while outdoors. This is Orange County Animal Control ordinance and a pet owner can be fined for ignoring these laws.


Pool & Park Regulations


  • For a replacement Pool key please fill out the ‘Pool Key Authorization Form” form listed in Community Documents section, and mail/email the completed form to Leland management.


Waterford Trails Pool Rules

  • You Must Be a Waterford Trails Resident or Guest of a Resident in Order to Use the Pool (Proof of Residency Required Upon Request)
  • Anyone Under 16 Years of Age Must Be Accompanied by an Adult Aged 18+
  • Pool Hours: March to October- 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and November to February- 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • No Trespassing
  • No Smoking
  • No Alcohol Permitted in Fenced Pool Area
  • Shower Before Entering Pool
  • No Pets Allowed in Fenced Pool Area
  • No Glassware Allowed in Fenced Pool Area
  • No Beverages or Food Allowed in Pool or on Pool Deck
  • Please Keep Music to a Respectful Volume
  • No Obscenity, Indecency, or Profanity Permitted
  • Do Not Use the Pool if Are Were Ill with Diarrhea
  • Do Not Swallow the Water, It Is Recirculated
  • Any Violations to the Rules Will Result in Fines, Ban, and/or Arrest


Large Item Waste:

  • All large-item waste pickups MUST be scheduled by calling to the Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601. Under NO circumstances shall residents put large-item waste out on the curb unless pick-up has been pre-arranged with county, as it can take county up to a week to pick them up.
  • Large-item waste can be put out by the curb no sooner than the afternoon before the confirmed scheduled pickup day.
  • After 3 days, if the large-items have not been picked up by the county, it is the responsibility of the resident to remove said items from the curb or to arrange an alternate way of getting rid of the large item at their own cost.