What Living in a Gated Community Means?
The idea of this gated community is to increase safety for the residents, not security, and to maintain the areas responsible to the Homeowners Association. By limiting the amount of traffic through the community, we can hope to enjoy a safer environment for residents, children and visitors. As such, we encourage homeowners and residents to be mindful of their private access code and/or remote to the gate just as they would the code or remote to their personal garage door. Anyone entering the community by following another car is illegally entering and can be arrested for trespassing. Anyone attempting to enter the community via the exit gates and causing damage can be arrested for breaking and entering as well as trespassing.
The HOA is responsible for the maintenance of the entry and exit gates, the playground and associated equipment, all common easements and landscaping, and the roadways within the gates of the community. The electricity for the streetlights are paid by the HOA just as repaving the roads when the infrastructure requires it is the responsibility of the HOA in a gated community. These are not paid for by state or city taxes but by the HOA dues. Each homeowner has full right to participate in the defining of the annual budget and to have the information of what purpose is each budget line item. Each homeowner is also fully able to oversee the activities of the board, to choose who is a part of the HOA management, and to be part of the board themselves. Please reach out to us or the management company if you have any questions or would like more information on any part of the community.
No street parking
As a reminder to all residents, street parking is not permitted. This poses a danger to other drivers as well as children playing. Parking is reserved for your driveway! Guests and visitors are understandable, but please keep the streets open for emergency vehicles and so kids can be seen if playing. We are working to develop a temporary parking pass system for visitors
Please clean up after your pet
Leashing your pet keeps your companion safe and out of traffic. Please be courteous to your neighbors and pick up pet waste, especially to prevent the spread of disease. There is also a waste receptacle at the playground that is collected every week in the spring/summer and every two weeks in fall/winter.
Maintain your property
All residents of the association share in the responsibility to maintain and improve property values within our community. The board wishes to thank those residents that take special care to ensure a welcoming and responsible appearance of Mirabella at LaVina. Please move your trash containers back in your garage or behind your fence after the trash is emptied by the city. Do not leave them outside on the driveway or on the side of your house unless hidden.
About Narcossee CDD
The Narcoossee Community Development District is a local, special purpose government entity authorized by Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes as amended, and created by ordinance of City of Orlando as an alternative method of planning, acquiring, operating and maintaining community-wide improvements in planned communities.
The Narcoossee CDD consists of the following neighborhoods:
- Lake Nona Preserve
The Narcoossee CDD is responsible for the infrastructure and management of the district in which we reside. We pay for the establishment and maintanance of our neighborhood in the anual property taxes. Public meetings of the CDD board are held every other month at the Orange County Library located at Semoran Blvd and Hoffner Ave. More information is available on the HOA website or you can visit the CDD website directly at www.narcoosseecdd.com