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Nominations are now open for all positions for the upcoming Bay Branch Estates POA Board of Directors 2016-2018 term, including:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • At Large / Website
  • Architectural Committee Chair
  • Beautification Committee Chair
  • Welcome Committee Chair
Property owners may nominate candidates for any POA Board position by completing the form and submitting it online.  If you are nominating someone other than yourself, remember that the person you are nominating must provide the POA Board with a signed letter of consent, accepting the nomination.  Additionally, per our POA Bylaws each nominee must be a current Bay Branch Estates property owner and in good standing.
Nominations for all  POA Board positions will close at 5pm on December 14, 2015. Click here for the Nomination Form.

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The POA has been requested by Baldwin County to advise all homeowners NOT to place piles of lawn debris on the storm sewer caps in our neighborhood.  The caps can be significantly damaged when collection is made and repair is extremely expensive.  Please remember to place your lawn & other debris on the curb area of your home and to contact Baldwin County for pickup of all debris in a timely manner.
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Because we are a POA covenanted community, the County has requested that homeowners route any concerns regarding our neighborhood roads, traffic, speed, etc., through the POA Board.  We will, as always, make certain that we quickly bring any such issues to the County.  This will allow our County to provide any necessary support for the benefit of our entire community.
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Click here for Loxley Police Jurisdiction Map. Areas not shown on the map are covered by the Baldwin County Sheriff's jurisdiction. For emergencies dial 911 and your call will be routed appropriately.

Mailboxes and Mailbox Posts - The mailboxes are to be kept in good condition with visible reflective numbers. A standard, black mailbox is available at local area hardware stores including both Home Depot and Lowes. A mailbox post can be found at:

Vandalet Mailbox Co.
6551 Hayfield Rd.
Mobile, AL 36582
Tel: (251) 653-9727
Fax: (251) 653-9741

Did you receive a violation notice? - All homeowners need to comply with the request, and correct the problem within the time stated or a fine will be assessed.

Violations Policy


1st Notice Friendly Reminder - 2 Weeks to correct.

2nd Notice -  $50 Fine - 2 Weeks to correct.

3rd Notice -  $250 Fine - 2 Weeks to correct.

4th Notice -  $500 Fine - 2 weeks to correct or a Lien will be placed on property.

$75 Monthly Thereafter Until Homeowner Complies with Requirement.

Debris Pickup - Do you have yard debris or other large trash items requiring special pickup? If so .... Just call the switchboard at the Fairhope Satellite Courthouse @ 928-0860.  The switchboard call-taker will take your information and you will receive a call-back to verify the date of pick-up. 

Association Dues - Invoices are issued for semi-annual dues payments on January 1st and July 1st.  Payment of dues by the date shown on your invoice will help you to avoid a late fee of $45.  Remember that unpaid balances may be assessed an additional penalty until your balance is paid in full.

Please be respectful of your neighbor and clean up after your dog. Animals must be on a leash when walking in neighborhood. These are also C & R requirements. Animal Control will be called to control loose animals.

New Homeowners - Please make an effort to contact Welcome Committee Chairman or Treasurer to establish a current account for your address.

Architectural Reminders - If you are planning any major renovations or changes to the outside or your house or in your yard, you are required to submit your plans in writing for approval by the Board. Changes may include but are not limited to new fence, shed, pool, paint, roofing, patio, driveway expansion, home addition, or any other permanent or semi-permanent structure including such items as play-sets, basketball hoops, etc. 

Trees are being taken down in an indiscriminate manner. Please notify the Board in a timely manner so that they can review the situation before removal is scheduled.  This will help to avoid diminishing the aesthetic value of the community.



Garbage cans cannot be visible from the street then should not be put out for collection more than 24 hours in advance of pick-up and should be taken in no more than 24 hours after trash pickup.

Boats, trailers, clutter, etc., stored on driveway need to be behind fence, stored in garage or otherwise not visible to the street.

Yards are to be watered, weeded, mowed and edged, with bushes and trees pruned, in a routine manner. Edging includes all lawn areas including curb. Debris is to be disposed of properly and not left on sidewalk or street.

Vehicles must be parked fully on driveway or in garage. They may not be placed overnight or for long periods of time on the street.



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