Matsuki's body was found Friday in a lake in Davie, Florida, hours after she had gone missing at a park about eight miles from her neighborhood.
"We will also be implementing a public information campaign with our residents to remind them of these natural hazards", noting that the nature park will remain closed until the signage is installed.
The remains of 47-year-old Shizuka Matsuki, who went missing after she went out to walk her two dogs in a Florida park on Friday, have been discovered inside a huge alligator.
"He had warned her not to take the dogs over to that place because they had seen gators before and it isn't safe", Limia, 37, said. One of the dogs had a fresh injury, a gash on its side.
The Isla del Sol Homeowners Association in Plantation reportedly issued the wildlife alert on Wednesday in an email that urged residents to "exercise caution with our families and pets, mindful that alligators, snakes, and other wildlife may be in the area".
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said Saturday it will be "conducting a thorough investigation into this incident".
The warning came just after a 6-foot alligator was found near a resident's front door.
Authorities worked Friday to capture an alligator in a Florida pond after a witness' report led police to believe the animal dragged a woman into the water.
"We're still looking for her", Gallinal said.
It is not known if Matsuki received the warning. At the time of the accident, Matsuki's husband was out of town and was trying to fly back home after hearing the news.
"I'm praying that nothing happened to her", Borrelli said before he found out that Matsuki's body was found. "They're at least [8-foot], 9-foot alligators".