On behalf of the Summerfield Board of Directors, welcome to your neighborhood website! 
Our website is here to provide community information to our residents and visitors. You will find our community events, documents and forms and information about our community. 
Our Vision:
The Summerfield Master Community Association Board members envision a community we are proud to call home.   Our vision is to have a community that works together to provide a friendly and safe neighborhood and one that inspires a higher quality of life which enhances our property values and is considered a desirable place to live.
Our Mission:
The Summerfield Master Community Association Board’s mission is to enhance our community by providing effective management oversight of the association, ensure sound judgment when using association funds, and conduct all activities with transparency while upholding our association covenants and rules to preserve our property values within our community.      
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News and Announcements
Summerfield Board Meeting Reminder
Posted on Oct 5th, 2022
The next Summerfield Board Meeting will be on Wednesday, October 12th 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at the Summerfield Community Center (Amenity Building). 
This meeting is open to all residents. 
Cleaning Up After Hurricane Ian
Posted on Oct 4th, 2022
Residents are reminded that open burning of residential yard waste and household garbage or trash is prohibited in Hillsborough County. 
Click on the below link for cleaning Up After Ian - - Do's and don'ts of yard waste disposal to get your yard back in tip-top shape:
October Newsletter
Posted on Oct 4th, 2022
You can view our most current Newsletter by clicking HERE 
October HOA Fees Reminder
Posted on Oct 1st, 2022
Dear Summerfield Residents,
A friendly reminder the October Assessment are due and to avoid any late fees please have your assessments turned in by the 15th.
Hurricane Ian Update
Posted on Sep 27th, 2022
The Community Center will be closed Wednesday, 9/28 and Thursday, 9/29 in anticipation of Hurricane Ian.
We anticipate reopening on Friday with limited access - - Maintenance staff will be on-site early Friday morning to do an inspection of the center and property.  As long as we have power and it is safe to enter the Community Center, we will open with limited access at 8:00 am on Friday, 9/30. 
Pools will remain closed on Friday, however as long as we have power and the pool company is able to get the pools back operational, we will open them on Saturday morning. 
In preparation for Hurricane Ian, we would like to remind you to take the appropriate measures to secure your home and property.  Our top priority is the safety of the residents in our community.  Please secure all objects you may have outside your home to avoid injury and minimize property damage.  Objects such as outdoor furniture, gardening items, umbrellas, trampolines, basketball hoops, etc. need to be secured as soon as possible as they can easily be lifted by strong winds.