For questions about maintenance payments, the community, or to obtain Architectural Change Request Forms, please contact Campbell Property Management. Our Property Manager is Steve Russo. He may be reached by phone: 954-427-8770 or by email at [email protected]

Deer Creek Improvement Association

Deer Creek Improvement Association (DCIA) is the Master Association for the varied lifestyle communities within the 600 acres of Deer Creek. Included in the community are condominiums, townhomes, villas, and single-family homes. DCIA maintains the common property including the medians, landscaping, irrigation, lighting, security, two entrance ways and the river park. The Townhomes of Deer Creek is part of the 18 communities overseen by DCIA. The DCIA Board meets the first Wednesday of every month in the Palms Clubhouse on Country Club Blvd at 7pm. There are no meetings in June or July. Residents are encouraged to attend. The meeting minutes are posted on the THODC website under the Homeowner Access page. For more information on DCIA go to their webpage at: Deer Creek Improvement Association (

The city of Deerfield Beach provides many services including water and garbage. Information can be found at

Removal is Monday and Thursday. Monday includes normal garbage and bulk items. Bulk items (including garden waste) should be placed next to the trash containers. Thursday is limited to normal household garbage/trash. There is no recycling. The contact is Deerfield public works at 954-480-4454.


  1. The Townehomes of Deer Creek is a Homeowners Association. Board approval is required to purchase a home and a down payment of at least 10% of the purchase price is required.
  2. The Townehomes of Deer Creek has a monthly maintenance fee that is based on the size of your home. Your maintenance fee includes the following:
    1. Landscape maintenance- Mowing, weed control, and fertilization of turf. Trimming and fertilization of plants and palm trees.
    2. Annual tree trimming- Any trimming required between contract periods is the homeowner’s responsibility.
    3. Professional property management with a licensed property manager, bookkeeper, and comptroller.
    4. Rental of a meeting room.
    5. Common area electricity.
    6. Irrigation.
    7. Maintenance of common areas.
    8. Taxes, legal fees, license fees, and permits.
    9. Reserves- painting, paving, and other contingencies.
    10. Lake maintenance.

3. Townehomes of Deer Creek is a member of a Master Association, The Deer Creek Improvement Association.
4. The seller of the home is responsible for passing all the association documents to the new owner. These documents provide all the information as it relates to the Association’s responsibility and the homeowner’s responsibility.
5. Approval is required by the THODC Homeowners Association and the Master Association prior to making any changes to the exterior of the home or lot. This includes, among other items, windows, fences, landscapes, walls, driveways, and patios.
6. The board of directors holds monthly meetings to conduct association business. Annually, a member’s meeting is held for the election and appointment of officers.
7. The homeowner is responsible for the maintenance of the roof, driveway, front light poles, water lines, and electrical for each unit. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Association shall be responsible for the cleaning of all roofs as a common expense.

For more detailed information see the Documents, Use Restrictions, and Rules and Regulations links on the HOA Documents page.