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Tiger Point Village
The Place To Live In Gulf Breeze
We have an active Homeowners Association. Board meetings, which are held at the Tiger Point Golf Club, occur on the 4th Thursday of each month at 5:00 P.M. Homeowners are welcome to attend and volunteer.
Tiger Point Village Homeowners Association is nestled within the Tiger Point Golf Course community located in Gulf Breeze, Florida.
We are a family friendly community with 469 homes and growing. Tiger Point is a green community and well-designed subdivision with 3 Major exits for easy access to Highway 98.
Gulf Breeze has one of the best school systems in the area. The associations’ entrances and medians are maintained by your homeowners association.
Street lighting, provided for your safety, is provided by your homeowners association.
We have reasonable Covenants and Restrictions to protect your property values.
Tiger Point Village is also located near Hurlburt Field Air Force Base and Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Welcome to Tiger Point Village! On behalf of the association Board of Directors we, sincerely, welcome you to the community. We feel you’ve made a great choice in choosing to reside here and hope you will get to know the many good people of Tiger Point Village Homeowners Association. It is our wish that we will continue to work together to make Tiger Point Village a wonderful place to live.
Thank you for visiting the Tiger Point Village Homeowners Association website. Our goal is to keep you informed about your H.O.A., Community and Town.
If you have any pictures, of Tiger Point Village, which you would like to share, please email them and I will post them on the website!
September 28 2017
United Methodist Church
All Board of Director and Architectural Control Board Meetings are held together on the 4th Thursday of each month.
There have been reports of thefts from cars in Pensacola and some neighborhoods in Gulf Breeze. Help this from happening in Tiger Point by keeping your cars locked and valuables out of site.
When there is an accident or construction on 98 many cars will detour by going through Tiger Point. Residents on narrow streets like Tibet Dr and Tiger Point Blvd are concerned with the increased traffic and speeding cars. Your board has asked for increased police activity and is reviewing other options to improve this situation.