Within Wildcat Run, we have two separate governing bodies that deal with
different aspects of life within our Community. Each of these organizations has its
own Board of Directors and Officers and act independently, but cooperatively,
with the other.
The WILDCAT RUN GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB is associated with social and recreational aspects of our community. Their areas of concern are the Country Club, Grill Room, Tennis Courts, Fitness and Wellness Center, and Golf Course. At least one owner of each Lot or Unit must be a social member of the Country Club.
The WILDCAT RUN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION is associated with the maintenance and care taking of our Community in areas not associated with the
golf course. The Community Association's areas of concern are the Common areas:
roads, storm sewers, perimeter landscaping, lakes, irrigation, entry area and
gatehouse, security, and enforcement of the Covenants and Restrictions. Every
person who is the record owner of a Lot or Unit within the sub-division, is a
member of the Association for as long as they own the Lot or Unit. The complete
list of Association duties and responsibilities is contained in the Articles of
The Wildcat Run Community Association is a homeowners association
incorporated as a not-for-profit pursuant to Chapters 617 and 720 of the Florida
Statutes. Chapter 720 deals mainly with homeowners associations. The
Association complies with the Florida Sunshine Laws. All of our meetings are open
to all members. There are four sets of documents that govern our Community
Association. They are the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, The Articles
of Incorporation, Bylaws, and the Design Review Committee Guidelines. We
recommend that all of our residents become familiar with these documents.