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Welcome Package
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Bahia Bay
Jewel of the Texas Coast
2018 Block Captains
2018 Rendition of Proposed Entrance
Board Meeting-Apr. 27, 2018
Board Meeting-Feb. 23, 2018
Agenda for Feb. 10 Annual Meeting
Proposed Amended Covenants and Restrictions
SAVE THE DATE: Next Annual Meeting Feb. 10, 2018 at 1 PM - Yacht Club
Hurricane Preparedness Information
Good Neighbor Policy Sheet/ Renter Information
Proxy Document
2016 Homeowner Assessments
New Look For Bahia Bay Entrance April, 2015
Neighborhood Watch Program Initiated
Neighborhood Watch Block Captains
Bahia Bay North Information
Reminder from Architectural Control Committee
Restrictions Not Being Observed
First Call Alert Notification System
Bahia Bay Flower Fund
Canal Water Safety
Protecting Your Septic System
Protecting Your Septic System

Septic System Safety

Proper use of septic systems in Bahia Bay is important for personal wellbeing and for that of the neighborhood. At this time, it appears that all septic systems are functioning properly, but as time passes and the age of the systems increase, that could change. Perhaps the following information from Aransas County Environmental Health will help keep systems functioning properly long into the future:

The biggest problem with On-Site Sewage Facilities (OSSF) is improper use. OSSF's are only designed to handle domestic sewage. The following substances should NOT be disposed of in a home plumbing system: cigarettes, facial tissues, paper towels, diapers, kitty litter, grease, chemicals, and hygiene products.

Disposal of these items add to the solid load, fills the tank rapidly and decreases its efficiency. In addition, strong chemicals not only kill the bacteria necessary for the operation of the system, but they also create the risk of leaching into the underground water sources resulting in the contamination of the groundwater and wells. Remember your septic system is built to handle human waste, not chemicals.

Keep the lawn above your drain area or spray field properly seeded and mowed and free of construction. Do not use it as a parking or storage area.

You should call your maintenance provider for assistance if the system starts to smell. Aerobic units require electricity to operate properly; do not intentionally turn off the system's power source.

Should you need more information or advice about your septic system, call Aransas County Environment Health at (361) 790-0121.

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