30A HomeAway Spring break Rules
We would like you to take the time to read over and understand our expanded Spring Break Policies. 30A HomeAway has a zero-tolerance policy on the following:
30A HomeAway reserves the right to inspect the property at any time in order to preserve booking and unit integrity.
We realize these rules may seem stark. Every year, we have guests that disregard these policies and are shocked when they are evicted with no refund. We do not and cannot book to high school or college groups with plans of "partying for spring break." If this does not apply to you, please read through the policies anyway. If you do not plan on any of these things occurring, then there should be no problem. We look forward to seeing you this Spring.
Failure to comply with these rules will result in immediate eviction from the property and forfeiture of any and all rent paid. If there is any underage drinking, use of drugs, or child abandonment, you will be turned over to the Sheriff's Department for immediate disposition. There are NO exceptions to any of these rules. 30A HomeAway's properties are not intended for partying students. Please respect your neighbors and the tenants around you.
Spring Break Safety Tips from South Walton Rules
As South Walton continues to increase as a popular Spring Break destination, emergency responses continue to increase as well One way to help reduce some of those preventable calls is to follow a few safety tips. This will ensure your spring break is a safe but fun time. Remember, common sense is never on “Break”.
AT THE BEACH/POOL
SWFD would like to remind all our residents, guests and visitors that the beach flag system set in place is “for your protection and safety but only if you obey the flags”.
When you enter the gulf in red flag conditions you are not only putting yourself at risk, but you are putting others in jeopardy as well. By following some simple beach water safety tips, your day at the beach can be enjoyable and safe.
Spring Break Safety Tips from the Walton County Sheriff’s Office
Spring Break is fast approaching and many students are preparing to travel to Walton County to enjoy our beautiful beaches. The WCSO has a few tips for spring break safety.
Students are not invincible. Spring breakers are involved in incidents that lead to arrest, injury and property damage. Many of the incidents are linked to alcohol and drug use. The legal drinking age in Florida is 21. If you are under the age of 21 and are found in possession of alcohol or driving while under the influence, you will be charged with breaking the law. We encourage everyone of legal drinking age to have a designated driver, call a cab and do not accept drinks from anyone you do not know. A great plan is to travel in groups for safety reasons and look out for one another.
The Sheriff’s Office encourages students to carry ID on them at all times. In case of an emergency, family and friends can be contacted by law enforcement. While at the beach, be sure to know the Beach Flag Warning System before heading in the water. If you get caught in a rip current, don’t swim against it. Swim parallel to the shore until the rip passes. Swim in areas where lifeguards are present. Drinking in the sun can maximize the effects of alcohol, so keep this in mind, stay hydrated by drinking lots of water and if you start feeling faint or light-headed, find shade and water immediately.
The Sheriff’s Office wants to ensure that students return home safely, and we believe that a well-informed spring breaker is a safer spring breaker. We want everyone to have an enjoyable time but to do so safely. We will increase patrol on our beaches and on our roads. Operations will be conducted to target individuals who purchase, give or otherwise provide alcohol, tobacco, controlled substances or synthetic drugs to underage youth. We will monitor spring break activities throughout Walton County and will collect statistics daily regarding alcohol possession, tobacco, controlled substances and synthetic drugs. The Walton County Sheriff’s Office is committed to the well-being of our youth, our visitors and our residents.