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Haile Plantation Fall Garage Sale & Toxic Round Up
Posted on Sep 1st, 2016
The Haile Community Fall Garage Sale is scheduled for October 22, 2016 from 8 AM to Noon (This is an off week for the Gator football team).
If you are interested in participating in the garage sale, please email Management at management@mssgainesville.com, with your name, address, and neighborhood, and a sign will be placed at your neighborhood's entrance the day of the sale.
Management has coordinated with the Alachua County Department of Environmental Protection to schedule a Toxic Round Up on the same day.  The location for drop off of aerosol cans, paint, electronic equipment, and other hazardous materials will be at the far west end of Haile Blvd, where it dead ends near the golf course.
We're in the News!
Posted on Mar 29th, 2016
WUFT let everyone know that HPA is setting the bar for Florida Friendly Landscaping and water conservation in the state. 
Main Entrance Sign Improvements
Posted on Mar 15th, 2016
Plans are underway for making improvements to our iconic entrance at Haile Blvd and Tower Road!  Alachua County is currently reviewing plans to pay for the landscaping improvements necessary due to the installation of the Archer Braid Trail.  You can take a look at the design by clicking here.
We are also taking this opportunity to refresh our entrance sign with new colors, the addition of brick columns, and lighting.  Take a look at the concept by clicking here.
Alert:  If you are considering renting out your Haile home:
Posted on Sep 16th, 2013
Due to some recent criminal activity related to "renters," your Board is recommending that you obtain a complete background check on any potential renters. You can get complete criminal history check, background check, and credit checks all for less than $100 total. You can save yourself a lot of headaches and hassles knowing that your renters are credit worthy, responsible, and have no criminal background. Some Owners have put clauses in the leases indicating that if a renter gets "x" amount of Covenants Violations, they are in breach of the lease and would be responsible for any fines and/or evicted. Your Board and your neighbors will certainly appreciate it.
Thanks, HPA BOD
Posted on Jan 1st, 1999

Haile Farmers Market
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Haile Farmers Market The Haile Farmers Market is an independent farmers market owned and operated by local farmers. We've been connecting farmers and families since 1998. All of our produce...
Historic Haile Homestead
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Historic Haile Homestead at Kanapaha Plantation Haile Homestead Tours: Every Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM, and every Sunday from Noon - 4 PM. $5 for adults, children under...
Haile Bridge Club
Monday, October 3, 2016
Haile Bridge Club every Monday at 1 PM at Plantation Hall. Call 352-336-1055 or 352-337-9956 to register!
Monthly Lunch Bunch at The Bistro
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
This monthly meeting is for retired (or not!) teachers, educators, instructors, and professors, and is scheduled for the First Tuesday of every month at Noon. Just arrive, and a host...
Oktoberfest in the Haile Village
Friday, October 7, 2016

Haile Farmers Market
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Haile Farmers Market The Haile Farmers Market is an independent farmers market owned and operated by local farmers. We've been connecting farmers and families since 1998. All of our produce...
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-C.O.P.- Community Oriented Policing News
Neighborhood Crime Watch
The Alachua County Sheriff's Office (ASO) would like all communities to get involved in the Neighborhood Crime Watch program. Please visit their website to learn more and to schedule an deputy to visit your neighborhood, deliver Neighborhood Watch information provide security assessments of your house. 

Searching for crimes in the area?  Visit crimereports.com  and enter your address or zip code to view reports filed with ASO in the community.

Tips from ASO
  • If you see anyone who appears suspicious please report this information to ASO at 352-955-1818
  • Do not leave any items within sight that could be valuable to someone else. This includes cell phones, purses, CDs, MP3 players, etc. 
  • Do not leave anything valuable in your vehicle overnight.  
  • Get to know your neighbors and keep an eye on each other's residences. 
Report any suspicious activity or persons to law enforcement immediately.