About Us

The Rotonda Meadows and Rotonda Villas subdivisions were established in 1972. Originally, each subdivision had its own property owners’ association, set up under the requirements of the State of Florida. In 1993 the associations merged to form The Rotonda Meadows/Villas Conservation Association, Inc., totaling over 4,500 lot owners. For legal description purposes, there remain two separate subdivisions, but only one combined Association.

The purpose of the Association is to maintain the “common areas” of the community such as the road right of ways, lakes, parks and other property that is owned by and is a part of the community but is not owned by the respective lot owners individually.

Your Rotonda Meadows/Villas Conservation Association maintains lakes and canals, right of ways, greenbelts and swales. All of this area is important to the aesthetics of the community, but more importantly, is part of a designed drainage control plan to help protect your property from flooding.

Even though there are only a few homes in the community at this time, the State of Florida still imposes strict regulations that an association this size (over 4,500 lots) must follow so the common area rights of all lot owners will be preserved. As a reminder, if you plan to build a home, the plans for the home must be submitted to the Association for approval prior to the start of construction.

The Association responsibilities should not be confused with the local government real estate taxes that supply fire, ambulance, road maintenance, mosquito control and public schools among other services to the property owners of the county.