Welcome to
St. Augustine Shores

The official website of the St. Augustine Shores Service Corporation (HOA)

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(Governing Docs, HOA Payments, Look Up Your Unit #, Board of Directors, etc.)

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(Options to pay your HOA bill,
ACH, credit card option, etc.)

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(Activities Schedule, Instructor pics, Events, Weddings, Gallery Pics, Fishing Pier, etc.)

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(Everything Pool-Related, Pics, Rules,
Payment Options, etc.)

If you are a prospective or current resident, you’ve landed on the official website of the St. Augustine Shores Service Corporation (HOA).

On this website, you will find useful information regarding upcoming meeting dates, information on how to pay your monthly HOA dues, activity calendars, governing documents (CCR’s), and other common information that will assist you during your residency.


The HOA office is located inside the newly renovated Riverview Club located at 790 Christina Drive in St. Augustine.

We are open to assist residents and guests, Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm.


If you have questions or need help finding HOA information, feel free to stop by the office, give us a call at (904) 797-6441 or you can email us at: [email protected]

We thank you for being a valued part of the St. Augustine Shores community.

A Statement from the Board President

Dear Homeowners,

We were thrilled with the great turnout at the Annual Meeting of the Membership on May 3rd. Despite the challenges that we faced with the packet delays due to the Jacksonville mail heist, our community members came together to either turn in their proxies or to attend the meeting. We actually exceeded the annual meeting quorum requirement of 15% of our membership. Thank you very much!

So, what is the state of our community? Our pool and pool bath house are now fully functional and maintained to the highest of standards. Our General Manager, Shanna Fredrickson, and our Assistant General Manager, Christine Hart, are doing an exceptional job updating the office and overseeing the business of the association. We now have a beautiful, newly renovated clubhouse that will be used and enjoyed for years to come. Our rental revenue now provides a vital supplement
to our monthly HOA income.

We figured out what wasn’t working. Our Recreational Vehicle (RV) compound was NOT full and there wasn’t a waitlist. The HOA was not collecting dues from 1⁄3 of its homeowners. Our properties were getting vandalized. Our drainage issues have been neglected. We did not have a relationship with the county.

We’ve made improvements to our RV compound, and we are nearing full capacity.
We put a collection system in place to ensure fairness to the 2⁄3 of our homeowners
who ARE paying their dues. We have put in security cameras and established a
reward system to catch those who wish to destroy our swales. We have started to video scope the worst of our drains to determine the next steps. We have formed a positive relationship with county engineers and representatives and are working together to improve our infrastructure.

We now have a budget based on data. We have revamped our activities program to provide both free and fee-based activities and are happy to see those offerings grow. The grounds are well maintained, the flowers are beautiful, the sidewalks are free of overgrowth and the Shores objectively look better. We have improved communication through a better website, a monthly newsletter, and informative
monthly meetings.

There is still more to do…the next twelve months we hope to continue to work within our approved budget to address more of our drainage issues, enhance our amenities, expand our activities, increase our facility rentals, improve our collections rate, and expand our member services. The hard work aside, it’s time to have more fun…gather more, swim more, fish more, dance more, talk more and
embrace and celebrate our lives in the Shores. What is your passion or teaching
skill? What contribution could you make to the community? Please consider sharing YOUR talent and interests with the Shores community.

We’ve healed most of the body and now we must heal the heart. We must work together to create a kinder neighborhood. The year ahead will be challenging with a heated national election. Let us be the neighborhood that rises above political differences and let’s be a community that helps one another in times of need.

Mary Jenson

HOA Board President