Wildcat Run is a mature, intimate community with only 450 doors, built in 1985 located in the heart of a natural preserve between Naples and Fort Myers. The community offers spacious homes ranging from carriage houses, detached villas and condos to custom estate homes on extremely large lots with private views of the golf course and lakes.
The MASTER HOA (WILDCAT RUN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION) handles 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 subdivision 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 Incorporation. 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 homeowner's associations. The Association complies with the Florida Sunshine Laws. All of our meetings are open to all members. The four sets of documents that govern our Community Association are: the Second Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, the Second Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation, the Second and Amended Restated Bylaws, and the Design Review Committee Guidelines. The board is comprised of seven residents who are elected by the membership/residents to serve a term of two years. The election is held in the fall, with results announced at the Annual Meeting, usually held in early February. Once elected, the directors elect the officers of the board: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. There are annual HOA fees plus an additional line item which includes the annual bulk cost for Comcast Cable and Internet see explanation in documents. From the annual HOA fees, the Board develops an operating budget which consists of expected operational expenses and forecasted revenues. It also includes contributions to the statutory reserves: General and Road.
Property Manager - Alliant Association Management
13831 Vector Ave
Fort Myers, FL 33907 Ph 2394541101 Fax – 230-454-1147