Wekiva Village is a small, quiet, well maintained and secure
neighborhood.  It consists of  60 two story Townhomes, the vast
majority of which are owner occupied.

The Village is a gated, deed restricted community.  The Homeowners
Association is lead by a volunteer, 5 member Board Of Directors.  The
Association is responsible for maintaining the Common and Association
Properties.   The Association is financially healthy with adequate
Reserve funds.  Reserves are generally used for property maintenance
and upgrades. For example, in 2009 the Association completed a near
$90,000 project to seal and paint the exterior of all Village buildings.  
Also, in 2009, the roofs were cleaned and a security camera system was
installed to monitor the entrance gates and pool area.  In February
2010, the wood fence on the North border of Wekiva Village was
replaced.   In 2011, there was a major tree cutback and sod
replacement.  In 2012, Wekiva Village Lane was resurfaced.   In 2013
the entranceway lighting was upgraded to LED and a flagpole was
installed (w/OC Grant).  In 2014 the roof on building 1 was replaced.  
All of these expenditures were from accumulated Reserve Funds with
no special assessments. There is a 10 year plan to accumulate and
expend Reserve Funds based on an engineering study of what is
necessary to properly maintain the Village. It is updated annually.  

The monthly association fee includes the following services:
·        Periodic cleaning and repair of all buildings exterior walls, roofs
and doors.
·        Repair and Painting of all buildings exterior walls as needed
·        Maintenance and periodic pressure cleaning of all driveways and
sidewalks.
·        Maintenance and repair of Wekiva Village Lane, a private road
owned by the Association.
·        Inspection and maintenance of the fire sprinkler system and all
structures and facilities serving more than one property.
·          Termite protection for all units.
·        Standard cable to all townhomes, serviced by Brighthouse Cable
Co. that includes an access channel to our security system (channel 98 or
701) where all cameras covering the pool and entranceway can be
monitored, including the entrance keypad security camera.
·        Lawn Maintenance of all homes and common areas: Grass and
hedge watering, cutting, trimming of hedges and trees and, feeding and
treating for weeds and insects.  This includes entranceway grass, trees
and shrubs.
·        Maintenance of Pool, and Cabana structures.
·        Maintenance of Security Gate, and surveillance equipment.
·        Maintenance and cleaning of pond areas as needed.
·        Professional Management of the Wekiva Village complex by an
accredited, licensed management company.
Owners and Tenants are encouraged to read the governing documents
that can be found on our website at http://www.wekivavillage.com.  

The Association also maintains a long range plan to add to and/or
upgrade Village amenities. Funds for these projects will come from
Government Grants (two have already been obtained), Operating funds
savings and any excess funds in the Reserve Fund.

The Association BOD is committed to keeping homeowners informed
and seeking their input to the decision process. For example the
Association operates a web site, publishes a newsletter, encourages all
homeowners to attend BOD meetings and uses e-mail to all homeowners
that can receive such.

All of us in the Village feel very secure. In addition to the electronic
entry gate and the security cameras, all the buildings are equipped with
fire alarms and fire sprinklers. The Village is served by the very
responsive Apopka Police Department and an Apopka Fire Station is
directly across the street.

If you have additional questions any of our BOD members would be
glad to talk to you and answer any questions you may have. If you want
more detailed financial information it is available to Wekiva Village
Homeowners.   

Our Welcome Committee looks forward to welcoming you to a great
neighborhood.