Greetings to all of my fellow Eden Isle homeowners!
My name is Mike Small and I am a current EIHOA board member. My wife and I are 21-year residents in Eden Isles. I will be spearheading the EIHOA security and Neighborhood Watch program. I have a background in the military, cyber, physical, and video security. I’m looking forward to mixing my skills and ideas with fellow EI homeowners to make Eden Isles a better and safer community for all.
Please feel free to share any and all community security ideas with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bless you and be safe…!
Welcome Sergeant Patrick Casnave!
Resident Information Form for Neighborhood Watch
The purpose for this document is for your Block Captain to be able to inform you of a crime that has been committed on your block or in Eden Isles – information passed on by neighbors or the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office. You may also be given safety tips and pertinent information regarding our area. As part of the process to make our neighborhood safe, we ask you to list the contact information you feel comfortable providing. This form will stay with your Block Captain and a copy given to the Neighborhood Watch Leader
(Mike Small, 504.905.0702).
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Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime in their communities. It involves neighbors getting to know each other and working together in a program of mutual assistance. Neighborhood Watch brings community members together to establish control of their neighborhood by sending out a message that our community watches out for one another, and contacts neighbors and police when necessary, which promotes an increased quality of life. We need neighbors who want to make a difference in Eden Isles and would be responsible for contacting their surrounding neighbors when crime or safety matters occur. Please consider being on our Block Captain team. Below are our current Block Captains and the homes in their area they have volunteered to either send a message or call when necessary. Please contact me if you have questions. We look forward to every street represented with a block captain. A block captain can also represent their neighbors’ concerns to the HOA. Not a lot of time is required and if safety is important to you, this is a rewarding service to provide for your family and neighborhood.
When a crime or mischief occurs on your street or in our community, we have a plan in place to inform you, if you have returned your Resident Information Form to your block captain or myself, Mike Small, 504.905.0702.