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Welcome to Bella Vista! Our community is made up of friendly neighbors who are always willing to lend a helping hand. We put together this page as a resource to ensure our veteran members and new prospects always have easy access to important information about our neighborhood.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your board. We are here to help!

The good neighbor looks beyond the external accidents and discerns those inner qualities that make all men human and, therefore, brothers.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Local Services & Utilities

Location, Location, Location. The three most important things when buying a house, and we have all three in spades! Private neighborhood amenities, surrounded by excellent schools, access to excellent local services and competing utilities to ensure excellent service. As an HOA we don’t sign group contracts to ensure all our members are free to choose the best deal on exactly what works best for them!

Neighborhood amenities

  • Basketball Court
  • Sand Volleyball Court
  • Children’s Playground
  • Gazebo and Picnic Area
  • Gated Entrance

Local Schools


  • Wekiwa Elementary - A
  • Sabal Point Elementary - A
  • Woodlands Elementary - A


  • Rock Lake Middle - A
  • Teague Middle - B
  • Milwee Middle - B


  • Lake Brantley High - B
  • Lyman High - B



The realm of lawyers and edge cases

The governing documents of a Homeowners Association (HOA) are the constitution, law, and regulations that explain how a community is governed. They establish how the HOA is run and set expectations for the board, residents and the association itself. Our governing documents include:

The CC&Rs are the community’s most important and comprehensive documents. They’re legally filed and outline the rights of the board, association, and residents. Essentially they’re defining what Bella Vista is all about. That’s wher e you look for a legal description of the common areas and amenities, dues and fee requirements, maintenance obligations, and remodeling and development restrictions. The bylaws describe how the association should be run through board members, committees, meetings and the like.