McNeill Village is a 10-acre planned HOA community situated between Pondella Road and McNeill Road along the border of Cape Coral. Planned for 36 single-family homes, the three-and four-bedroom designs range from 1,300 to 1,400 square feet. Construction has begun with the first homes planned to be completed by Fall 2023.
To celebrate this neighborhood’s impact, Habitat is honoring its longest-serving colleagues who have each dedicated more than 20 years toward Habitat’s mission of building homes, communities, and hope. The 36 single-family homes will be built along Tanya Circle, named after Habitat’s Chief Operating Officer, Tanya Soholt. Duck’s pond is named after Habitat’s Construction District Supervisor Donald (Duck) Holscher. Patino Park is named after Senior Construction District Supervisor, Eduardo Patino.
Thank you to the Lee Board of County Commissioners for supporting the development of this neighborhood.
The governing documents for an HOA are the declaration; the articles of incorporation; the bylaws; and board rules and regulations. The declaration is the highest priority document. It establishes rights, responsibilities, and regulations for owners. The articles of incorporation create the community association. It contains brief information regarding the association, its name, location, and its purpose. The bylaws describe how an association is run, the meetings of members and board, election and removal of officers and directors, and powers and duties of officers and directors. The board rules and regulations are informal supplemental rules adopted by the association board.
Things to know
Information regarding trash and recycling collection, power, water, internet, and more.
Habitat for Humanity requires all neighborhoods to adhere to community guidelines regarding association rules and regulations, exterior home maintenance, and appearance standards to ensure the wellbeing of all residents.