The Deercreek Country Club Owner's Association strives to provide information and organization for the many residents of Deercreek. Feel free to look around and find out who we are and what we do.

Make sure to take a look at our calendar and come out to meet some of your fellow residents at our community events.

Welcome New Residents 

  • Derrick & Zelphia Raines
  • Thomas Jr. & Taylor Nedwek 
  • Jason Gay & Delis Kasab
  • Praful & Dharmistha (Anju) Patel 
  • Mark & Traci Albanna
  • Thomas & Sheng Chao, Jyu
  • Jim & Nancy Stepp
  • Peter & Barbara Lee
  • Arkhil Dubey & Juhi Soni

We Say Goodbye 

  • Vaughan & Cheryl Rowan
  • Michael & Denise Graves
  • Kenan Godfrey & Dr. Turkessa Walker
  • James & Marsha Blasco
  • John & Carmen Barry
  • Jeffrey & Rosa Colby
  • Ed Meyer & Delores Wang
  • Doug & Carol Matthews

News and Updates

  • Game Day at Deercreek

    Tuesday, January 23, 2018 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    We’ve all had such a good time at our Game Day Fundraisers that we are going to do it again! Those of you who play any kind of games, from Bunco to Bridge, will have a good time spending the day with friends, having lunch together and enjoying the famous Dessert Table provided by our Home and Garden Club members. Decide what game you want to play and bring that game, as well as the number of players needed. We’ll set up the tables and provide snacks and lunch.

    Look for the registration form in the newsletter, fill it out, attach money and send to Linda George or Carla Hill. We’ll see you there!

    Click Here for the Game Day Registration Flyer

    Photos from our Holiday Open House:

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    Literary Circle - Signature of All Things

    Love, adventure, and discovery are at the heart of the 'Signature of All Things', which soars across the globe from America to Tahiti to tell the story of a brilliant woman named Alma Whittaker. Born in 1800, the daughter of a charismatic botanical explorer, Alma quickly comes into her own within the world of plants and science.

    But as her research takes her deeper into the mysteries of evolution, she falls in love with a man who draws her in the opposite direction, into the realm of the spiritual, the divine, and the magical.

    Written in the bold, questioning spirit of the nineteenth century, Gilbert's spellbinding tale takes the reader to unexpected places as it tells of a remarkable woman with an unquenchable sense of wonder.

    Chosen as the Best Book of the Year (published in 2014) by the New York Times, Time, the New Yorker, The Oprah Magazine,The Washington Post, and The Chicago Tribune.

    For more information about our book club contact Mary Louise Selzer at MLSelzer@comcast.net or 904-613-6147. We meet the third Monday morning of each month. In March, we will be choosing our books for the upcoming year.

  • Rules & Regulations

    Protection of Property:

    Deercreek security guards are greatly aided in fulfilling their task of crime prevention when houses, cars, bicycles and garages are properly secured. In order to limit/eliminate petty theft, if not professional thievery, please:

    1. Secure all doors and windows when leaving your home unattended;

    2. Lock all parked cars;

    3. Keep garage doors closed and doors into the house locked when no one is in the immediate area

  • Meet the Candidates!

    We are very excited to see all the interest in the upcoming DCCOA Board of Directors election. Each year we have three board seats up for election and we currently have six candidates vying for those seats! The Board is hosting a “Meet the Candidates” session on Wednesday, January 10th at 7:00 PM at the Clubhouse. The forum will allow each candidate to address the community and there will be a question & answer session. All residents are encouraged to learn more about each candidate and their reasons and goals for pursuing election to the Board.

    Thanks to all the candidates for their willingness to serve the residents of our community.

  • Board of Directors’ Meeting Highlights - November, 2017

    The DCCOA Board of Directors assembled at NEFAR on Thursday November 16, 2017 at 7:00pm for a regularly scheduled meeting.

    A quorum was established with the presence of Margie Blake, Bob Kichler, Sadia Sindhu, Pete Gentry, Kristen Wiley, John Joyce and Paige Frakes.

    Representing Marsh Landing Management Company (MLMC) were Doug Scott & Deidra Phillips.

    There were approximately twenty-three residents in attendance.

    Resident requested change in start time for lawn/garden contractors (they are not able to operate motorized equipment before 8am). Kichler will talk to Access Control.

    Resident asked when Edgewater would become a part of Deercreek. Joyce responded that counsel says it is feasible to merge through two corporations.

    New resident asked about Deercreek agreement with Comcast. Comcast pays DCCOA annual fee for exclusivity.

    Resident commented that proposal to allow deliveries 7 days a week until 11:00pm would increase noise in the community,

    Resident asked about the price of the guardhouse and was told a team of volunteers developed the estimate and the design. This is just an estimate. Project has not been bid out yet. This initial plan is exploratory.

    Resident asked if anything can be done about the Sign spinners at the Southside / Deercreek road intersection. It is legal for spinners to be at intersection.

    Resident concerned about cost of guard house, wants a solution that solves the problem of truck run-ins. If it means a large assessment, so be it.

    Resident concerned about street lights. Doug Scott advised that JEA owns and maintains the lights.

    Discussion about posting the detailed description of how the reserve funds are allocated. Joyce will provide this information and it will be posted online. Discussion on possible paver project near guardhouse. Advised this could cost up to $95k and falls under roads. No plan in place to proceed.

    Property Manager's Report: Doug Scott
    Associa CMCs financial information has not been provided yet.

    Violations report from Associa is incomplete. MLMC will work to determine the status.

    All outlets around guardhouse are now working.

    Road paving project: The plan is to get contractors, bids and proposals by early spring 2018.

    MLMC payables go out weekly, not monthly.

    Received detailed maps to identify where drains are, and where they go. Drainage assessment of what area will go first to establish which drains will be cleaned and create a regular maintenance schedule.

    Identify areas with trees that are leaning, since Hurricane Irma.

    Bar Code Reader is original to community, roughly $7,000 for new reader and installation. Received 2 bids. Motion to approve the funds was approved unanimously.

    Motion to approve proposal from electrical engineer to spend $12,500 to replace lights at the median from Southside Blvd to Gatehouse was passed unanimously. This would be a reserve item. No estimate of total project cost yet.

    Finance Report:
    2018 Final budget approved, Sindhu opposed.

    All committees are on their own budgets, to better track expenses.

    $10 per month increase in quarterly assessment. Reflects increasing costs for maintenance.

    Motion passed to give $100 gift cards to Connors workers who helped clear Hurricane Irma debris.

    Discussion about $4000 budgeted for 2018 for JSO patrol.

    Motion to fund guardhouse renovation not to exceed 145k passed, Sindhu opposed.

    Motion to define commercial vehicles in Rules & Regs approved unanimously

    Motion to retain Allegiance security approved unanimously.

    Motion to approve holiday guard bonus approved unanimously.

    Motion to allow household deliveries 7 days a week until 11pm failed.

    Motion to allow all household deliveries (Commercial vehicles, Amazon) 7 days a week from 7am until 9pm, passed. Wiley, Kichler, Gentry, Joyce approved. Blake, Frakes, Sindhu opposed. Simonic abstained.

    Article reminding homeowners to turn in documents before starting projects.

    Covenant Enforcement:
    Sadia Sindhu provided report.

    Paige Frakes provided report.

    Pete Gentry provided report.

    Meeting adjourned.

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    Thank you to the supporting angels in this community

    Deercreek is blessed to have so many generous members and friends of the Women’s Alliance. During the last quarter of 2016, there was an overwhelming response to all the charity drives and the Deercreek Women’s Alliance exceeded expectations. 126 ladies attended “Ciao Bella” the fashion show on November 16 and raised over $4000. In December, the Alliance provided gifts to four families so they could celebrate the holiday season. Many members donated turkeys for Thanksgiving, benefitting the Mandarin Food Bank as well as meal preparations for families at the Gabriel House on December 5.

    Members and friends of the Alliance can be proud of their work as reflected by their generous call to action. Thank you ladies, we couldn’t have done it without you!

    Wishing all members and friends a happy and healthy 2018.

    PS Save the date - Shamrock Scramble March 18, 2018

  • From the Access Control Committee

    The Holiday Season being over is not a reason to let down one's guard about unlocked vehicles and residences. If anything, your diligence during the Holiday Season in using locks and not leaving valuables in vehicles should be a year-round practice.

    There are many contractors in Deercreek doing various repairs and additions to yards. While the guards work diligently to maintain a safe path on the roads (for emergency vehicles), sometimes the service vehicles severely restrict the lanes of traffic. That safety hazard can also be compounded by residents who choose to walk or run in the street instead of using the sidewalks. When any or all of this happens, please drive slowly and courteously. We want to have a friendly neighborhood but more than that, we want everyone to be safe.

  • Meet the Candidates - New Date January 10th!

    Dear Residents:

    We are very excited to see all the interest in the upcoming DCCOA Board of Directors election. Each year we have three board seats up for election and we currently have six candidates vying for those seats! The Board is hosting a “Meet the Candidates” session on Wednesday, January 10th at 7PM at the Clubhouse. All residents are encouraged to learn more about each candidate and their reasons and goals for pursuing election to the Board.

    The "Meet the Candidates" format will be as follows. Each candidate will have 5 minutes to address the residents. Following the individual portion, we will have a moderated question and answer session. Each resident will be allowed 2 minutes for their question and each candidate will have 2 minutes to respond.


    7:00 PM Welcome - Margie Blake, DCCOA President
    7:05 PM Session Overview - Doug Scott, DCCOA Property Manager
    7:10 PM - 7:45 PM Individual Candidate Presentations
    Christine Bell
    Donald Gibbens
    John Joyce
    Bob Kichler
    George Partin
    Frank Tuenge

    7:45 PM - 8:55 PM Resident Question and Answer Session - Doug Scott to Moderate
    8:55 PM Concluding Remarks - Margie Blake

    Thanks to all the candidates for their willingness to serve the residents of our community.

    DCCOA Board of Directors

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    Fostoria Crystal Stenware

    Beautiful vintage crystal stemware hand made by Fostoria Glass Company. The pattern is Glamour Blue and there are 24 pieces in the set consisting of 8- water, 8- wine and 8 - sherbets. Some slight imperfections. Today's retail price on eBay totals over $330, Asking only $150.Call: 904-608-8670

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    Clavinova (Piano)

    Black, Yamaha Clavinova CVP-10Advanced Wave MemoryIn excellent condition!Price: $1200.00Phone: 904-519-1341

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