About The Civic Association
A Deed Restricted Community
Imperial Harbor is a community under the direction of a Deed of Restrictions. Each resident owns their property and all property owners must agree to the restrictions when moving into the community. A prospective buyer must be presented with a copy of the Deed of Restrictions before signing sales agreements. All local real estate salespeople are provided with a copy for their clients.
Residents believe it is very important to keep our community a pleasant place to live and these restrictions were developed to maintain the beauty and standard of living in Imperial Harbor. As property owners, residents have a vested interest in keeping their community looking its best; they are proud of their community and want that to show.
The Civic Association of Imperial Harbor, Inc.
The Civic Association is a not-for-profit corporation, fully registered in the state of Florida. Officers are volunteers, elected annually for specific terms by the Membership.
The Civic Association is responsible for meeting all federal, state and local regulations necessary to maintain Imperial Harbor’s status as an ‘over 55’ community, and also oversees the rules of community living set forth in the Deed of Restrictions.
Infringements of the restrictions are promptly followed up and legal action is taken, when necessary.
The goal of the Civic Association is to keep Imperial Harbor a community Bonita Springs can be proud of, a community where residents can be con- tent with the way the development is maintained.
Membership in the Civic Association of Imperial Harbor, Inc. is voluntary and the cost is nominal.
Naturally, the more members, the stronger the Association’s voice in community and city decision making. For more information, feel free to contact us.