SJGCC Fourth of July Golf Cart Parade
July 4th at 10:00am
Celebrate our nation’s independence by decorating your golf cart and joining us for a parade through the community.
Complimentary Ice Cream Bars/Popsicles to all parade participants following the parade!
Prizes for the most patriotic golf carts will be given out to the top 3 carts decorated.
We can’t wait to see you there! We ask all carts to be in line in the amenity center parking lot by 10am.
(update June 17, 2020)
The Fitness Center at Johns Creek will now be open from
5 am – 11 pm.
- NO more than five people in the fitness center at one time with a 45-minute limit per visit. Still NO GUESTS at this time.
- NO one under 14 years of age is allowed in the fitness center. All users must have a valid access card to enter.
- Please do not stay any longer than 45 minutes. This will impact your neighbor’s ability to use the fitness center. No sign-ups are needed at this time.
- Due to COVID-19, we ask that if you feel sick, please stay at home.
- If you have COVID+, have symptoms, or encountered a COVID+ patient, please stay at home.
- Wash your hands with soap/water or use hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Sneeze/cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
- Masks are strongly recommended, but not required.
- Disinfectant wipes and cleaner are available. Please clean surfaces before and after use.
- Maintain social distancing at a minimum of 6 feet.
Use of Amenities is at your own risk. The CDD cannot offer any guarantees that these amenities or the other residents using them will be free of the COVID-19 virus.
Chick-fil-A Every Tuesday Night 5:30-6:30pm
Take home some great Chick-fil-A treats! Order from the Catering Menu. Please note they accept cash, credit and other debit cards. They are unable to accept gift cards. This should be a “Grab & Go” situation and remember to follow social distancing protocal.
Want to be sure to get your favorites?
Order a meal or even a chicken nugget tray in advance. Please contact the restaurant by 1:30pm Tuesday at 904-269-2210 to ensure delivery
July 4th Pool Fun
Saturday, July 4th 11am-2pm
Join us poolside this fourth of July with music by DJ Minnicks, games and fun!
*Reminder that there is no alcohol or smoking of any kind permitted on the pool deck.
Effective Monday, June 22, we will no longer be limiting capacity levels and we will begin to allow guests. Remember that each family is allowed up to 4 guests at one time to the Swimming Pool.
Also Effective Monday, June 22nd, we will start to allow rentals of of outdoor Cabanas and the multipurpose room. There is currently a maximum allowance of 25 ppl for a private rental. To rent one of the 3 outdoor covered cabana spaces or use of the indoor Multipurpose Room, you will need to set it up and fill out an application and waiver with the Amenity Office.
Rentals are $50 for 3 hours and $15 each additional hour.
Please call the Amenity Office at 904-599-9093 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The use of the pools is at your own risk.
Monday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Tuesday – Sunday: 11:00am – 6:00pm
*Effective, Monday, July 6, the slide hours will change to 7:00pm
If you do not currently have an updated access card please contact the amenity office manager at 904-599-9093 or email her at email@example.com
St. Johns Golf and Country Club Street Parking Policy
Why has street parking become a greater issue for our neighborhood?
As St. Johns Golf & Country Club has matured, there are increased numbers of vehicles on the road. This is in part due to more of the community’s children having reached driving age and greater numbers of commercial vehicles are on our roads, including contractors for lawn, home renovation and repair, pool maintenance, home cleaning, school busses etc. In addition, there are also a significant number of golf carts, runners, cyclists, walkers and other traffic adding to the congestion. All of these factors contribute to increased safety concerns on our community roads that were basically designed as residential streets carrying slow two-way traffic. Habitual street parking magnifies the safety hazard as well as adds inconvenience and aggravation for our neighbors.
Our Covenants require that vehicles be parked in garages or driveways and enforcement of the neighborhood covenants is the responsibility of the Covenant Enforcement Committee as directed by the HOA Board of Directors. Recognizing these Covenant requirements, but also considering that there are times when parking on the street is unavoidable, the CEC focus has been, and will continue to be, on habitual violators and those that cause safety issues. These include, but are not limited to, double parking, parking on both sides of the street, parking within 100 feet of an intersection, blocking or parking directly across from driveways, blocking a clear path for emergency vehicles and parking facing on-coming traffic.
Food Truck Fridays
In the Amenities Center Parking Lot
Here is a list of our upcoming trucks:
Update May 2, 2020
To all Residents of St Johns Golf and Country Club
(Sampson Creek Community Development District aka SCCDD)
As restrictions are being lifted with regards to the Covid–19 issues the Amenity staff is working with District staff and with the Chairman of the Board to make preparations to open the Fitness Center and Swimming Pool. During the “period of shut down” The basketball courts, athletic field, playground and tennis courts remained open. These areas remained open because everyone maintained proper protocol when present at these areas.
On Tuesday May 5th at 10am the SCCDD Board will convene to discuss protocol for reopening the fitness center and the swimming pool once these areas are deemed appropriate to be opened. We know that when the pool reopens it will be without lifeguards for a short period of time as the Contractor for lifeguard services furloughed their employees and they will have to re-staff. This means when the pool and splash pad reopen, it will be done without the use of the slide. State Law requires a lifeguard on duty when the slide is in use.
I know that that I speak for the Board, District Staff and Amenity Staff when I say thank you for everyone’s patience and understanding during this unprecedented period of time.
Chair Sampson Creek Community Development District