From The District web site for Lost and Found:
Lost & Found Guidelines
The Villages Recreation Department
All items estimated to be valued under $50.00 (non-valuable items)
will be sent to the following lost and found locations:
La Hacienda Regional Recreation Center (north of 466), 753-1716
Laurel Manor Regional Recreation Center (south of 466), 751-7110
Eisenhower Regional Recreation Center (south of 466A), 674-8390
All items estimated to be valued over $50.00 (valuable items) including
but not limited to: gold, jewelry, golf clubs, wallets, purses, electronics
(including digital cameras, i-phones, i-pads, i-pods) or other expensive
items will be turned over to the appropriate law enforcement agency
within 72 hours.
Lake County Sheriff 352-343-2101
Lady Lake Police Department 352-751-1560
Marion County Sheriff 352-753-2211
Sumter County Sheriff 352-569-1600
Wildwood Police Department 352-330-1355
Fruitland Park Police Department 352-360-6655
When items are found at any of The Villages Recreation Facilities the
following steps will take place:
1. If an individual claims an item he/she is to fill out the Recreation
Department Lost & Found Claim Form. Claim report forms will be
kept on file at the facility RSR’s desk for a period of 6 months.
2. No items are to be released without a photo ID, signature and phone
3. After the end of each month all remaining items will be donated to a
local charitable organization as designated by the District.
Note: The Recreation Department takes no responsibility for items left in
the Recreation Centers or turned over to Law Enforcement.
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