Location: 24501 Walden Center Drive, Bonita Springs, FL 34134
Privacy Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8am - 4pm | Friday: 8am - 3pm
Barcode Office Hours:
October - April
Mon, Wed, Fri: 9am - Noon
Tues & Thurs: 9am - Noon & 1pm-3pm
May - September
Tues & Thurs: 9am - Noon & 1-3pm
: (239) 947-8563
: (239) 947-3606
For: Vehicle bar codes for gate acc
ess, resident traffic issues, animal issues, noise complaints
For EMERGENCIES, call 911! After, if you are able, call Main Gate @ 495-2937.
Gate Access Authorization System: 495-3802
North Gate (Pelican Colony Boulevard): 495-1797
Middle/Main Gate (Pelican Landing Parkway): 495-2937
South Gate (Pelican's Nest Drive): 495-0402
Colony Main Gate (Coconut Road): 947-9950
Colony South Gate (Pelican Colony Boulevard): 495-6498
Ryan Morris - Privacy Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Barcode Administrator - email@example.com
PLCA Meeting Minutes
Fraud Alerts from the Lee County Sheriff's Office
Nuisance Alligator Reporting
|GATE ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS
Pelican Landing offers three ways to update your guest/vendor lists:
1). Click on the down arrow in the drop-down box, and select 'PL' for the Community Code.
2). User Name is your MEMBER NUMBER (Found on your PL Photo ID Card. NUMBERS ONLY--NO LETTERS).
3). The Password is your property's SECURITY CODE.
ABDi GateAccess App (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
Go to GateAccess.net to download. Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose your mobile OS for your download.
Same login information as that above instructions.
Telephone Voicemail System: (239) 495-3802
Instructions for Telephone Voicemail
If you have any technical problems, please contact the privacy staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pelican Landing has been able to simplify the alligator removal process by obtaining an THA (Target Harvesting Area) permit, from the Florida Fish & Game. You now call the Privacy Office directly at (239) 947-8563 instead of calling the alligator hotline. Once Privacy receives the information, they will contact the trapper directly for removal.
Pelican Landing is a gated community with gatehouses located at each entrance designed to control and monitor access to the community. This amenity includes Privacy associates provided by Securitas, who staff these gatehouses 24 hours a day - 7 days a week, in addition, also provides two roving patrols. The Privacy staff provides information and aid to residents and their guests, as well as report any unlawful activity to the proper authorities. The Privacy associates are not police officers and do not have arrest powers, nor do they carry firearms. The Privacy Patrol is authorized to uphold the Association's regulations. Those committing traffic violations will be fined.
For convenient access into the community, Pelican Landing residents are issued vehicle bar code decals for opening gates. When passing through a gatehouse entrance, residents must use caution allowing only one vehicle at a time to pass through. If traveling too closely to another vehicle, the gate arm may automatically drop and cause vehicle damage.
Residents are asked to use the gate access authorization system in advance, day or night, when expecting guests. The gatehouse staff will make every effort to ensure that guests are allowed quick and courteous entry. If authorization has not been cleared for a visitor, the staff will attempt to contact the resident for authorization prior to admittance. If authorization is not received, the guest will not be admitted into the community.
Residents who have recurring guests or service company visits must include the names of all such individuals and parties on their Resident Access Form on file in the Administration Office. Each person or company listed as an authorized guest must still stop at the gatehouse and will then be allowed access into the community.
All vehicles entering Pelican Landing without an official community pass will be stopped at the gatehouse and processed according to community access control procedures.
Registered vehicle bar code decals are issued to residents who have a personal vehicle. Temporary passes are available for residents with rental cars and for friends or family members who do not reside on property. These passes require homeowner approval and may be renewed every 90 days.