Come & enjoy some of
the finest food tucksright here
in King & Bear! No need to drive miles away for great food
when the best food will drive here! Please show support for this popular growing food truck
trend so that we will be able to get the very best trucks.
Food trucks are extremely popular in several local
communities. Don't miss out on a great opportunity to
socialize with your friends at our outdoor pavilion or grab
dinner on your way home from a busy work week!
“During Eastern Standard Time (first Sunday in
November until the second Sunday in March)
irrigation is limited to no more than one day per
week on scheduled days.
· Residential irrigation is allowed on Saturday at
addresses that end in an odd number or have no
address. · Residential irrigation is allowed on Sunday at
addresses that end in an even number.” · Water only when needed and not between 10 a.m. - 4
p.m. · Water for no more than one hour per zone. · Restrictions apply to private wells and pumps,
ground or surface water and water from public and
For Additional Information contact Johns River Water
Management District at 800-232-0904 or MAY Management with any questions. - at
Fitch, Community Association
King and Bear residents who drive motorcycles now have an
identifiable windshield sticker available. This new decal is
an attempt to make gate access easier for resident riding
motorcycles. Please note that it is not mandatory. Seeing as the resident bar codes don’t work well on
motorcycles, bikers have long been at a disadvantage by not
being able to use the automatic resident lanes in entering
the King & Bear. Displaying this new decal on your motorcycle windshield will
help the guards to recognize you as a resident of the King
and Bear. It should avoid having to stop your bike, and get
your wallet, then pull out your driver’s license to show the
guard. The numbered decals are shown below and are available at the
May Management office for a cost of $10.
Not only will the decal easily identify you and your
motorcycle as a resident of the King and Bear but should cut
down on the delay time in entering at the gates.
This decal will not work as a bar code so you will still
have to go through the visitors’ lane. When approaching the gates just point to your windshield
It is a much simpler and safer way of entering your
Traffic Tickets will be
issued within the King and Bear.
Board of Directors of the King and Bear have asked the
St. John's Sherriff's Department to begin issuing
tickets instead of warnings to speeders within the King
and Bear. The decision comes after numerous complaints
of cars speeding within the gates of the King and Bear.
Obey the speed limits signs and avoid the tickets. This
is your last warning!
A speed of 39 mph will get you a $130 ticket! A speed of
40mph will set you back $199.00
Announcing the World Golf Village
Book Sharing Library,
housed at the King & Bear FitnessCenter. Residents can donate books or borrow books
at their convenience, leisure reading only; no text books. If you have books that you
would like to donate, bring them to the fitness center and place them on the shelves.
There is no cost and you can keep books as long as you like.
Contact Ronnie Botnick
940-0972 with questions or suggestions.
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This website is operated by homeowners for the benefit of homeowners, and has no business
relationship with Davidson Realty, the Davidson Companies, May Management, or any other
business entity within the World Golf Village.
He is your neighbor! He lives in
Wildwood. His name is David M. Fuller and he pilots this balloon over the WGV.
He has recently moved his ballooning business from Orlando to St Augustine and is
presently setting up landing locations.
What a great trip!! A Great Gift Idea!
It is the thrill of a lifetime! Check it out! Click on the link of the
around the King and Bear...Look Up!!