What is a Homeowners’ Association?

The Glen Eden Homeowners’ Association (GEHOA) is a Florida Chapter 720 not-for-profit corporation governed by an elected Board of Directors. Homeowner Associations are a combination of community, government and business.

Residents who choose to live in Glen Eden agree to abide by written covenants or Documents that:

  • control the operation of our association.
  • preserve the architectural integrity of the community to help maintain or enhance property values.
  • maintain the common elements – common grounds, landscaping, lakes, fountains, clubhouse, pool and spa area.

A board of 5 directors

  • is elected by our 97 homeowners. Each director is elected for a 2-year term; 3 are elected one year, 2 the next.
  • makes the decisions regarding the common elements as well as the management and operation of the association’s business affairs
  • has a fiduciary duty to put the interest of the association’s homeowners collectively first

Mandatory maintenance fees

  • provide for running the business of the community and maintaining all common area items.
  • provide for the lawn care and shrub maintenance on YOUR lot.

Volunteers are vital to the operation of a successful homeowners’ association. Homeowners’ Associations operate primarily on volunteer power. Involvement helps bind us together as a shared community where neighbors work with each other, for each other. There is always a need for committee members, someone to organize an event or new activity, welcome a new neighbor, or serve as a director on the Board. You have an opportunity to make a real difference in your community and become part of its history as we go forward. Glen Eden – where neighbors work together!