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New Pasco County Development: Mitchell Ranch 300+ Acre Mixed-use community 
 

 
Mitchell Ranch is a 330 +/–acre mixed–use community located at SR–54 & Little Road in southwest Pasco County (Tampa Bay). Ideally located at a key intersection with combined trips of 74,500 cars per day, the site is at the crossroads of a large existing population base to the west and robust growth directly to the east. The lack of a high quality retail offering in the immediate trade area poises Mitchell Ranch to fill a void in the market.
 
The location is already an established regional destination with an existing retail hub of over 550,000 sf, a 236–bed acute care hospital, YMCA college, and top rated schools. Permitting and zoning are in process with plans for up to 800 residential units and 980,000 sf of commercial and retail uses.
 
 

 
"Ballantrae's Best "
 
 
The Ballantrae properties pictured above show the level of outside care and maintenance that the HOA Board encourages in our community. Landowners and tenants are asked to be mindful of the appearance of their property by complying with all deed restrictions and other covenants that can be found here on our HOA Board website.
 
 

 
Vehicle Burglary Prevention
 
 
One of the easiest ways citizens can protect themselves from becoming a crime victim is to follow some simple vehicle burglary prevention safety tips:
  • ALWAYS LOCK YOUR DOORS! More than 66% percent of all Pasco vehicle burglaries involve unlocked car doors!
  • NEVER leave valuables in plain sight in your vehicle. Citizens often leave cash, jewelry, cellphones, laptops, purses, wallets, backpacks, GPS systems, cameras, and other valuables in plain sight inside a vehicle. This is too tempting for thieves, and even if your door is locked, they won’t hesitate to break your windows to steal these items.
  • NEVER leave documents that contain personal information in your vehicle, such as bank statements, credit card statements, and other financial statements. These can be used to steal your identity!
  • If you can, park your vehicle(s) in your garage. If this is not an option, keeping the area around your vehicle well-lit can help to prevent an auto burglary.
  • DO NOT leave purchased goods in sight in the vehicle as you continue to shop, especially during the holiday seasons. Lock them out of sight in the trunk or take them home before you continue your shopping.
  • Car burglars know if your vehicle doesn’t have a trunk, such as in an SUV or truck. Don’t think you can hide valuables inside such vehicles. Thieves know where to look!
  • Away from home, park in well-lit areas in a highly visible location. If you see something suspicious, find somewhere else to park.
  • Always report suspicious behavior to the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, such as someone looking into parked cars or trying to open several parked car doors.
  • Keep a list of serial numbers of any electronic equipment in your vehicle, such as a car stereo or DVD system. This can assist law enforcement in returning any equipment to you that is stolen.
  • Utilize a car alarm.
If you are a victim of a car burglary, DON’T touch anything, and call 9-1-1 immediately for assistance. For more information about crime prevention, please contact the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Community Relations section at 1-813-994-3845 or visit us at www.PascoSheriff.com under the Community Service link, on Facebook, or download our new cell phone app.

 
 
 

 
Upcoming Events
Monthly HOA Board Meeting
Tuesday, September 12th, 7:00 p.m. at Ballantrae Clubhouse
Monthly HOA Board of Directors Meeting 
 
Monthly HOA Board MeetingĀ 
Tuesday, October 10th, 7:00 P.M. at Ballantrae Clubhouse
Monthly HOA Board of Directors Meeting 
 

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Welcome New Neighbors
More than a destination at the end of the day, a community is a place you want to call home and where you feel at home. There is a difference between living in a community and being part of that community. Being part of a community means sharing with your neighbors a common desire to promote harmony and contentment.

Welcome to The Ballantrae Community. We encourage all residents to participate in making our Community the best that it can be for all of us..

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