Welcome to the Bridgewater At Eagle Harbor Community Website!
This Site is designed to be user friendly and provide access to the information you need concerning your community.
There are many things you can do on the site:

  • Contact the Association
  • Pay your assessment on line
  • Download forms
  • Review the minutes of recent meetings
  • Review current Financial data
  • Reference the Associations Governing Documents
  • See what events / meetings are upcoming
The site has two areas, Public which consists of information available to anyone, and Members which has information available only to Owners within Bridgewater.
To access the Member only information simply click Register on the upper right side of the page, complete the required information on the form and click submit.
Your login details will be emailed to the email address you provide once your account is approved by the administrator.

Please do not share your login information with anyone.  Each login is unique and we will set up a login for any owner who requests.  Sharing your login can result in revocation of your access to the secure area.
Having a secure area of the website allows the Association to provide members easier access to non-public information and the ability to communicate quicker to the entire community.  We hope each of you take the time to register, and enjoy the new website!
Board of Directors,
Bridgewater at Eagle Harbor Condominium Association, Inc.
Upcoming Events
Pressure Washing & Gutter Cleaning
Monday, May 17th to Thursday, May 20th
McKown Pressure Wash & Painting will be on site May 17th-May 20th completing the gutter cleaning and pressure washing of the community.  Please ensure any personal belongings, plants/flowers, etc. are removed from the patio area or front porches to ensure they are not damaged.  Please ensure your windows are closed as well.  McKown nor the Association will be responsible for damaged items not removed ahead of this project.  Thank you. 
Delay on Maintenance this week (New)
By Joshua Martinez on May 12, 2021
Chapel Valley is having a company wide mandatory safety training and operation training taking place this week. To help ensure the crew members are trained properly to avoid any accidents and potential property damage while conducting maintenance in the community. They will be back on track next week to get the landscaping back to where it needs to be.
Bridgewater Pool Opening Protocols
By Joshua Martinez on May 3, 2021
To all Bridgewater Owners and Residents,

Effective May 15th, the Governor's Executive Order 72, Sixth Amended will be effective. As restrictions begin to gradually loosen up, we wanted to make you aware of some continued guidelines for the upcoming pool season. The Bridgewater pool is scheduled to open up Memorial Day weekend (if there is any delay, we will make you aware). In that, certain restrictions and general precautionary guidelines will still be in effect to remain in compliance with this Order.

No more than 75% of the max pool occupany will be permitted in the pool area (this includes in the pool as well as pool deck area) at any given time. This is contingent that 10 feet of social distancing can be met accordingly unless you are members of the same family.

We will continue to have appropriate COVID-19 signage and screening of patrons as well as sanitizing of high-touch areas and ensuring that a sanitizer station is available.

Any owner/resident intending to utilize the pool shall complete and submit to the Association a signed COVID-19 Pandemic Waiver. To not complete and submit will void your ability to use the pool. This waiver is attached. We have waivers on file for those who submitted last year. If we have yours on file, there is NO need to re-submit.

The Board of Directors will be allowing owners/residents to bring a guest with them this year, however, the guest MUST complete a waiver form (forms will be available with the pool attendant) and guests will only be permitted during the weekdays. Guests will not be permitted on the weekend. Owners/residents MUST remain with their guest at all times while at the pool.

As with last year, we look forward to your cooperation and compliance with these guidelines for the safety and well being of the Association and its Members and are excited for the upcoming Summer season.
Smoke Alarm Maintenance
By Joshua Martinez on June 15, 2018
Smoke alarms with non-replaceable 10-year batteries are designed to remain effective for up to 10 years. If the alarm chirps, warning that the battery is low, replace the entire smoke alarm right away. Smoke alarms with any other type of battery need a new battery at least once a year.
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