Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates Homeowners Association
Welcome to the Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates homeowners association website where you will find information about our association, upcoming events, useful links and much more. You can register to become a member, pay dues online, and opt for an electronic newsletter.
Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates
Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates is located in Merritt Island, Florida. We are governed by a voluntary homeowners association with elected officers and a board of directors, and open to all owners and renters of the Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates community.
Merritt Island, FL 32953
Due to COVID-19, all April HOA activities and meetings have been cancelled.
Due to the current situation we won’t be delivering a paper newsletter . Please click the button below to read the APRIL 2020 CATALINA ISLES/SKYLARK ESTATES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER.
It’s amazing what we can accomplish with the Power of the Numbers! What do you want from your HOA? We want your input on what you would like to see the HOA accomplish in the coming year. Our HOA President will provide outcome from the January meeting when the members present wanted changes in the practices of Code Enforcement. Find out what happened when a core group met with Brevard County Commissioner of District 2, Bryan Lober. You spoke – and we listened and took action! Change can happen but only if you participate. Let’s decide together on next steps and an action plan.
Follow up from Code Enforcement presentation in January:
We had several representatives from Code Enforcement meet with us at our January meeting. They did a great job of explaining how complaints are handled and that every complaint received is investigated and acted upon. Their Officers are reactive, not proactive, meaning they don’t drive around looking for violations. They react to complaints as they’re received, and typically within 20 days. Most of the complaints they receive are anonymous, which is an issue our new HOA President Dee McKrow addressed with County Commissioner Bryan Lober.
Follow up from meeting with County Commissioner Bryan Lober:
HOA President Dee McKrow arranged a face to face meeting with Commissioner Lober and a few members of our HOA on March 11th. During the meeting with the Commissioner, several of our issues were addressed including the elimination of accepting anonymous code enforcement complaints; code requirements and waivers for sheds in our neighborhood; and funding for sewer pipes grants for our homeowners.
Dee McKrow will review the highlights of this meeting during our next HOA General Meeting. Commissioner Lober was very supportive and suggested strongly we attend a Citizen Oversight Committee Meeting to request the funds for sewer pipe grants. These meetings have been temporarily postponed due to COVID-19, so results from a future meeting will be shared on our website.
NEXT DIRECTORS MEETING
Monday, June 22nd 6:00 – 7:45 pm
Merritt Island Library
NEXT GENERAL MEETING
Monday, July 20, 2020 6:00 – 7:45 pm
Merritt Island Library
Meet & Greet your neighbors – Enjoy pizza from 6:00 – 6:15 pm
This meeting is open to all residents (owners and renters) in Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates
These are the dates for the 2020 Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates HOA directors and general meetings. All meetings will be held at the Merritt Island Library from 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM.
Monday, June 22
Monday, Sep 28
Monday, Jul 20
Monday, Oct 26
Annual Garage Sale
Due to COVID-19 we are CANCELLING the April ANNUAL GARAGE SALE until further notice.
We’ll have more information in the July HOA Newsletter.
Why Pay Dues?
Join the HOA! Having an HOA makes a difference. Together we can have our voice heard in the community. Your dues help maintain the HOA, produce the newsletters, advertise the annual garage sale, pay for the neighborhood entrance signs, beautification projects, maintain the website, provide refreshments and speakers for the general meetings, fund the annual holiday party, support the neighborhood watch program and other activities that benefit he community.
If you observe any criminal or suspicious activity in the neighborhood, please report it first to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office (non-emergency 321.633.7162).
If you would like to participate in our Neighborhood Watch Program, please contact either:
Gary Young: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trish: email@example.com or phone: 321-305-5848
Let’s work together to keep our neighborhood safe!