Volume 4 Issue 11
This info could save your life!
When do you call CVE Security?
When do you call 9-1-1?
Here is some clarification surrounding the role of CVE Security in the Village. With a high number of post-COVID residents returning this season, the following information is critical to remember.


CVE Security officers ARE NOT FIRST RESPONDERS! If you require immediate medical attention, your first call must be to 9-1-1. Once you have called 9-1-1, your second call should immediately be to CVE Security.

CVE Security officers have three major responsibilities in the Village:

1) Access Control: Working at the three Village entrances.

2) Observe & Report: During an incident or emergency, document the activity.

3) Wellness checks and Village surveillance: If CVE Security observes any suspicious activity, they are instructed to call 9-1-1. They are not authorized to intervene.

Again, it is critical that you remember that emergency situations require emergency responders! If you would call 9-1-1 outside the gates, you should call 9-1-1 inside the gates.
The CVE MASTER MANAGEMENT BOOSTER BUS has proven so popular that Master Management is extending its run.

Originally scheduled to run until the end of October, the bus will now run through Wednesday, November 24th.

The CVE MASTER MANAGEMENT BOOSTER BUS is a special shuttle provided by CVE Master Management to help residents receive their Pfizer booster shot.

The bus runs Wednesdays to Sundays. It provides round trip transportation from the Clubhouse to the Coral Square Mall in Coral Springs, where health officials are administering the Pfizer booster shot.

The CVE MASTER MANAGEMENT BOOSTER BUS runs at the following times:

Wednesdays: Departs at 11:15am, 2:15pm
Thursdays: Departs at 11:15am, 2:15pm
Fridays: Departs at 11:15am, 2:15pm
Saturdays: Departs at 10:15am, 1:15pm
Sundays: Departs at 10:15am, 1:15pm

Here's what you need to know:

  • Seating on each trip is limited to 34 passengers, first come first served. No reservations.
  • The bus will remain on site until all riders are ready to return.
  • You must show your CVE ID when boarding the bus.
  • Masks required on the bus.
  • Please allow two hours round trip and plan accordingly.
  • Only the Pfizer shot will be available.
  • Bring your CDC vaccine card. If you cannot locate your CDC vaccine card, DO NOT contact CVE Master Management.
  • Bring a government ID.
  • Make sure you are eligible to receive the shot. For more eligibility information, CLICK HERE.

CVE Master Management and the transportation staff are not responsible for answering any health or eligibility-related questions. We are providing transportation only. It is your responsibility to address all personal health and eligibility issues.

Due to limited seating, you must return on the bus that took you to the location. You will not be guaranteed a seat on a later return trip.
More bus news...
1) Route 2 returns to Cafe: Bus route 2 is once again running to the cafe at the Clubhouse pool between 8:30am and 2:00pm.
2) Check up on your bus: If you are waiting for a bus (including the Booster Bus) and it is more than an hour late, you can call the dispatcher at 954-347-6275 to get an update.

3) Coming soon: Live real time tracking of CVE buses on the new MASTER MANAGEMENT CONNECT app. When up and running, you will see the location of each bus on a map similar to this:
Keeping CVE Beautiful
Power washing the entry monument
Annual tree trimming on Century Boulevard
Our small part to save the planet
In an effort to encourage the use of reusable bottles, Master Management is upgrading its water fountains to accept the bottles.

The new fountains will be at the Tilford pickleball courts, the Tilford pool, the Activity Center, the Tilford tennis courts, and the Le Club Complex.
Check out new video of the finished perimeter wall on Military Trail...
The City of Deerfield Beach Center for Active Aging has reopened its doors for on-site services, programs, and activities. The Adult Day Care will reopen soon. Additional classes will be added weekly. The city will continue to offer virtual counseling, recreation and fitness programs, telephone reassurance, health & wellness, and food deliveries as the city provides hybrid services and programs. 
Message from the Executive Director
Welcome Back and Happy Thanksgiving
I can't believe it's once again the time of year to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving!

But this year, because it comes earlier than usual, my November message also includes a wish for all our Jewish residents to have a happy Chanukah. This is the first time since 2013 that Chanukah begins in November.

As part of the holiday spirit, we will begin putting up our beautiful annual lights on November 22. This year we also will be installing large, outdoor menorahs at the guard houses, outside the Master Management office, and at the Le Club complex.

In other news, you read above how we have begun our annual tree trimming across the Village. The City is also doing similar work along SW 10th Street this month as well.

Finally, I want to emphasize the importance of our lead story. It is critical that we all clearly understand what we should do in an emergency, and who we should call. The few extra minutes that might occur if the right people are not called first could be the difference between life and tragedy.


´╗┐Vallen A. Smikle, LCAM
Executive Director
CVE Master Management Company, Inc.

Scan this QR code to download the new MASTER MANAGEMENT CONNECT app.

1) Point your cell phone camera at the above QR code.

2) Click the link that appears and follow the directions.

Email Master Management
LOOK FOR THIS LINK ON OUR WEBSITE, www.CenturyVillageEast.com
Keep up to date on news from the City of Deerfield Beach
You can always check the latest information from Deerfield Beach City Hall by visiting the city's news page on its website. CLICK THE RED GRAPHIC TO VISIT THE CITY'S SITE.