June 2023

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We hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather and taking advantage of the wonderful amenities at Amelia Walk. As we continue growing as a community with new homeowners, we would like to remind everyone that we need our residents' help to keep our community looking its best.

Please do your part and remember to:

Pick up after your pet and dispose of waste properly.

Pick up litter you notice in the community and dispose of it.

A few reminders:

New umbrellas are up at the pool! Please remember to close the umbrellas after use to ensure they stay in good condition and are not ruined by wind and weather. Please do not move the umbrella bases.

If you find an access fob, please hold onto it

until you can return it to the amenity manager.

If you lose an access fob, please report it

lost to the amenity manager.

If you have any comments, questions or requests, please feel free to stop by the office.

Your Amenity Manager,

Kelly Mullins

Here are the latest events happening at the

Amelia Walk Amenity Center

These dates are subject to change based on new rentals

Amenity Center June Calendar

Don't miss out on the yummy food trucks coming to Amelia Walk every Tuesday from 5pm - 8pm!

Upcoming Food Trucks:

June 6th: Alexander & Sons/Repiccis

June 13th: I Love Pierogis

June 20th: Beyond Horizons

June 27th: Jax Taco Truck

There will also be a dessert truck on

June 6th, which is being sponsored by

Mercy Hill Bible Study Group.

In appreciation for your patience with our cars parked on the street on Tuesday nights, the Mercy Hill Bible Study group would like to invite you to enjoy a free shaved ice from the Freedom Ice food truck on Tuesday, June 6th, from 5-7 pm for the first 350 customers. 

Community Update

The tennis courts will be closed beginning

Monday, June 5th, for resurfacing and construction of pickleball courts on one side. We expect the work to be completed within one week, weather permitting. An announcement will be sent out once the courts have reopened.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please Do Not Feed Geese

Please Do Not feed geese or any other wildlife in the community.

Please be respectful of your neighbors' property as well as the common grounds of the District.


All residents are asked to take pride in the community by upholding the community policies.


The District and Management thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

Neighborhood Watch

For those interested in volunteering for a Neighborhood Watch, a deputy from the Nassau County Sheriff's Department will be at the Amenity Center to give a presentation and answer questions about the program on June 8th at 6:00 p.m.*

*Please note this is not a CDD organized event

June 1 - 7 has been declared National CPR and AED Awareness Week in recognition of the need to learn how to perform CPR and use an AED. Every year more than 350,000 people experience sudden cardiac arrest and over 90% of those people die. Having a bystander perform CPR before the paramedics arrive can dramatically improve the person's chance of survival and using an AED doubles their chance again. Here are some important facts about cardiac arrest and CPR:

  • 75% of cardiac arrests occur at home;
  • Only 40% of the time does someone perform CPR before paramedics show up;
  • Cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in student athletes;
  • It is also the leading cause of death on school campuses;
  • We no longer need to perform mouth to mouth rescue breathing. The person retains sufficient oxygen in their blood for at least 5 minutes;
  • It is possible that you could break a rib doing chest compressions, but the Good Samaritan law protects you from any liability;
  • Using an AED is easy; you can not accidentally shock someone. Voice prompts guide you through the process.

Watch the 3 minute video at the website below to see how easy it is to perform Hands Only CPR.


For more information on CPR and AED training,

please reach out to Nassau County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)

by emailing: [email protected]

or visit their website at: www.Nassaucountyflmrc.com

Summer is here!

Pool traffic is expected to increase with the weather warming up. Let's be mindful of the rules so that everyone can enjoy the amenities:

A few friendly reminders:

Swimming pool hours are from dawn to dusk.

No diving, jumping, pushing, running or other horseplay is allowed in the pool or on the pool deck area.

There should be NO pets by the pool (except service dogs).

We have NO lifeguards on duty at this facility - Patrons swim at their own risk and must adhere to swimming pool rules at all times.

Minors must be fifteen (15) years old to enter the pool area without an adult. Please make sure to accompany any minors under 15 years old.

Please view amenity center policies

below for a complete list of rules.

Amenity Center Policies

June Exercise

Classes Schedule


Mondays and Wednesdays at 9am

Zumba Toning

Fridays at 9am

$5 per class

(No Zumba class on Friday, June 2nd,

or Monday, June 5th)


Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:45am

$10 per class

Water Aerobics

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:00am

$12 per class/$120 month unlimited

Local Events

Free concerts all summer on Centre Street!

For more information, visit: https://www.ameliaisland.com/Calendar/Sounds-on-Centre-May.

CDD Information

The next CDD meeting will be held on

Tuesday, June 20th, 2023, at 2:00 p.m.

at the Amelia Walk Clubhouse.

If you have any questions about CDD ponds or landscaping, please feel free to contact our Field Operations Manager, Cheryl Graham.

[email protected]

Looking for information about your CDD? Please check out our CDD website for lots of helpful information.


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Amenity Center Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm

Kelly Mullins, Amenity Manager

Amelia Walk CDD

(904) 225-3147

[email protected]