Welcome to Our Neighborhood Association!


The Grapetree Area Property Owners Association Inc., GAPOA, helps owners with neighborhood issues including road maintenance, beach cleanup, and development management. GAPOA is funded by the annual assessments from members representing over three hundred properties within the Association. GAPOA is managed by an all volunteer group of member elected property owners.

The purpose of GAPOA and it’s collection of assessments is to maintain the roads and beaches, represent the property owners interests, and to uphold the covenants and restrictions applicable to the five estates of North Slob, North Grapetree, South Slob, South Grapetree, and Turner Hole. GAPOA promotes neighbors coming together to share the enjoyment of owning property in America’s easternmost paradise!

Please help us make our neighborhood great by paying your GAPOA assessment on time, volunteering to serve, and working with your neighbors to improve your piece of paradise. Your participation as a member of our association makes our east end St. Croix community great!

Visit GAPOA’s community Blog

Instructions on how to pay your 2019 assessment

Update your contact information

Volunteer your time and talent

Read the handouts from our most recent meetings

2018 Architectural Review Application

Contact a volunteer officer, director, or member

U.S. Virgin Islands -East End Marine Park, St. Croix on The Nature Conservancy

Friends of St Croix East End Marine Park




2018 Presidents Report

Our island of St Croix has been recovering from last year’s Hurricane season, but with the

help of crews from all over the US, St Croix and residents, our island is almost restored.

Several Hotels are still almost a year away from reopening, however, electrical restoration,

and cleanup efforts are almost fully complete. You will be receiving a News Letter which will

further explain many of the efforts.

This year’s Board of Directors has continued to work hard for its membership.

The Collections Committee has been in contact with members with past due assessments

and is working to get these accounts current.

The Roads Committee has continued brush cutting and grading this year and is looking to

continue with paving projects next year.

The Beach Committee had a beach clean-up January 27th. GAPOA residents and volunteers

from AmeriCorps Disaster Relief, the East End Marine Park and the Complex School

removed over two tons of beach litter.

The Architectural Committee in conjunction with the Beach Committee rewrote the

Architectural Review Form, to bring it up to date and be more informative on eco-friendly

alternatives when designing a new home.

The Nomination Committee has been working to keep our Board and Committee positions

filled. We are in need of someone to head up the Legal Committee, anyone with a legal

background who would be able to assist, would be greatly appreciated.

The Annual Meeting will be held January 19, 2019 at 4pm at the St Croix Yacht Club. There

will be a buffet and cash bar, if you’re on island, stop by to say hello to your neighbors.

Enclosed are the following documents: 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes, 2019 Annual Meeting

Agenda, 2019 proposed Board of Directors Slate, Invoice for your 2019 assessment, Proxy

Form and RSVP Form. Complete the Proxy Form if you cannot attend the meeting naming

any member, Officer or Board Member to vote your Proxy. Please complete the required

forms, including updating your email address and return with your $300 annual assessment

prior to December 31, 2018. To be eligible to vote at the Annual Meeting, members must be

current on their 2018 assessments.

I look forward to seeing you at the Annual Cocktail Reception and Meeting.


John Morra