About Us


About Catalina Isles / Skylark Estates HOA

We are a Voluntary Homeowners Association created in 1966 with elected Officers and a Board of Directors who are all volunteers. The HOA is open to all Residents (owners and renters) of Catalina Isles and Skylark Estates. We have no covenants, we follow Brevard County Code Enforcement regulations and our HOA Bylaws. And as private individuals we all have access to existing laws concerning unincorporated Brevard County to help promote a safer and healthier neighborhood.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide ongoing services which lead to the betterment of our neighborhood in terms of safety, community involvement and helping to make Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates a better place to live.

Get Involved and help our community thrive and prosper!


Merritt Island Public Library

General & Directors Meetings

Meetings are held at the Merritt Island Public Library  (321-455-1369). All Residents from Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates are welcome to attend  the General Meetings. Only Members can attend Directors Meetings.

We encourage all Residents (owners and renters) of Catalina Isles/Skylark Estates to become a member, attend our meetings, know what is going on within the community and get to know their neighbors. Together as an HOA we have a voice in our community.
There are many ways you can get involved: become a board member, volunteer, join the Neighborhood Watch program, send us information about important matters affecting our community and your concerns and ideas on how to bring positive changes to improve our neighborhood. 


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.

Garbage Pickup


Recyclable & Yard Clippings



Daylight Saving Time Watering Restrictions start: Second Sunday in March until the first Sunday in November.

 Odd – Numbered Homes:   WEDNESADY & SATURDAY

Even – Numbered Homes:  THURSDAY & SUNDAY


Cocoa Beach Pier

Watering/Yard/Waste Management

Find useful information regarding watering restrictions, fertilizing ordinances, waste management, recycling and planning & managing your yard.  Waste Management  (321- 633-2042).

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT: (800) 226-3545 or (321) 723-7795

AT&T: (888) 757-6500

SPECTRUM:  (866) 309-3279

CITY OF COCOA WATER DEPT: (321) 433-8400

FLORIDA CITY GAS:  (888) 352-5325

WASTE MANAGEMENT: (321) 636-6894


SHERIFF’S OFFICE:  (Non Emergency)   (321)  633-7162

ANIMAL CONTROL: (321) 633-2024


To report an injured or dead Manatee, call: 1-888-404-3922

If you suspect a fish, wildlife, boating or environmental law violation, call: 1-888-404-3922

If you have concerns about an alligator  call toll-free Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). FWC  will dispatch a contracted nuisance alligator trappers to resolve the situation. Generally, an alligator may be deemed a nuisance if it is at least four feet in length and the caller believes it poses a threat to people, pets or property.