Welcome to the PGA National community!

by Dawn Levinstein, Property Manager

Whether you are new to the area or have lived in PGA for many years, you will find helpful information on this site.

PGA is a 2,340 acre community comprised of more than 40 individual neighborhood associations. Clicking this link - COMMUNITIES - will bring you to a list of the communities and access to the management company contact for each community.

The day-to-day operations are handled through the POA office on Fairway Drive by the Lang Management Company staff who report to the nine member Board of Governors. There are also a number of Committees who report to the Board.   Information about the Board and the Committees can be found by clicking here for the BOARD and here for the … Read More...


Property Manager’s Report – June 2016

LOCK IT OR LOSE IT There should be an article in this issue from the Security Director, Keith Echols. The City is again experiencing problems with theft. While typical theft is as a result of vehicle (or home) doors left unlocked, there have been a … [Read More...]

Property Manager’s Report – January 2016

First, I would like to wish all PGA residents a very Happy and Healthy 2016! ANNUAL MEETING Just a reminder that the POA Annual Meeting will be Wednesday, January 20th in the Masters Ballroom at PGA National Resort. Sign in starts at 5:00 p.m. … [Read More...]

Property Manager’s Report – December 2015

by Property Manager, Dawn Levinstein Only two matters to discuss this month: The Northlake Entry The Annual Art Festival THE NORTHLAKE ENTRY First, let me start by saying the POA and the City of Palm Beach Gardens don’t like trees … [Read More...]

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Security Director’s Report – July 2016

As your security provider, it is an absolute pleasure providing security services to the community.  We enjoy the interaction each encounter brings and the trusting relationships that those  encounters create. However, over the past few months, … [Read More...]

Security Director’s Report – May 2016

With the summer months upon us, there are some concerning developments taking place involving gated communities. Local law enforcement agencies in areas such as Martin County, the Treasure Coast, and Jupiter have all seen a rise in residential and … [Read More...]

Security Director’s Report – March 2016

I would like to take a moment to offer a friendly reminder for your security and safety. At the end of 2015 PGA National experienced thirty-one auto burglaries. This is twice as much as 2014 which had fifteen and over five times as much as 2013 with … [Read More...]

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Featured Articles

Summer Is Here … Please don’t leave children or pets in your car!

As summer begins, the Police Foundation wants to remind you of the dangers of leaving children and pets in parked cars.… even if just for a few minutes. Despite leaving a window cracked open, the temperature inside the car can soar to above 100°F in … [Read More...]

Get Involved… be a Police Volunteer

Have you an interest in serving the community and learning more about local law enforcement? The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department invites you to apply to be a Police Volunteer. Our "Volunteers In Police Service" (VIPS) support sworn and … [Read More...]

Police Foundation: Body Worn Cameras

In September of 2014, the Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation approved a $5,000 grant request from Chief Stepp for a pilot study of Body-Worn Cameras for Police Officers. Fast forward to January 2016 and the City Council of Palm Beach Gardens has … [Read More...]

Police Foundation: A Successful 2015, A New Year Ahead in 2016

As the new year begins, we look back on a very productive December for the Police Foundation .… and we look forward to a busy year ahead. Holiday Joy Drive: The Palm Beach Gardens Police and Fire Joy Drive was the major event sponsored by the … [Read More...]

Police Foundation: Investing in a Safe Community

A Vision for a Safe Community: Your Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation has a vision of ensuring that Palm Beach Gardens continues to be the safest and most inviting city for people to live, learn, work and play. It all begins with a Police … [Read More...]

Ken Kennerly – A Review of Safety and Security at The Honda Classic

This year’s Honda Classic, the thirteenth here in Palm Beach Gardens, drew 16 of the top 25 golfers on the PGA TOUR and was perhaps the finest ever. We drew 165,200 confirmed spectators over eight days including the rain-delayed finish on Monday that … [Read More...]

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