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Welcome to the website of our Avila Circle Neighborhood inside Pelican Preserve. We are proud of our neighborhood. To enter and visit various pages within our website you will have to become a registered user. To become a Registered User, you must be a resident.

Avila is a condominium neighborhood of 96 single family homes within Pelican Preserve, an age controlled community located on Treeline Avenue 1 mile east of Route 75, Exit 136, in Fort Myers, Florida. Available to residents of Pelican Preserve are a Town Center with fitness center, restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, a softball diamond, community garden, and other amenities. Residents can also join the Pelican Preserve Golf Club, a semi-public course with 27 championship holes. There are several other neighborhoods within Pelican preserve, each with its own condominium or homeowners association.

WCI is the developer of Pelican Preserve. The original name of the development was Sun City Center Ft. Myers, thus the legal name of our condominium association. The development name was eventually changed to Pelican Preserve in keeping with the theme of several other WCI developments which had the word “Pelican” in the name. Pelican Preserve is currently planned for 2500 homes. There are over 900 homes presently built. You can learn more about Pelican Preserve by going to the web site and clicking on the link to Pelican Preserve.

The Avila neighborhood is unique in that, unlike most condominiums which are vertical and/or connected by shared walls and/or floors, Avila is comprised of all single family homes. There are no shared walls or roofs. Each unit has a small courtyard and a lanai. Many of the homes have extended caged lanais or caged lanais with swimming pools. Many of the homes look out on the golf course or on several of the lakes scattered on the outskirts of the neighborhood. As you can imagine, since this is an active adult community, that the Avila residents are involved with the many community clubs, play golf, fish, play tennis, hike, or enjoy the nearby beaches. And because the units are all single family homes, there is a sense of tranquility and privacy in the neighborhood.

Resident Alliance
If you were unable to attend the recent meeting, please visit their website for important community information. Also, membership information can be found there as well.

Dwelling Live
DWELLING LIVE issues contact Jason at Castle at 239-985-1634


Next monthly Board of Directors meeting will be Monday, February 12, 2018, at 10 a.m. at the Town Center.

Next Drinks in the Drive will be on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at 4.30 p.m. at 10645 Avila Circle. Bring a chair, an appetizer and your beverage of choice.

The Avila Book Circle will meet at the home of Yvonne Schenk, 10617 Avila Circle, at 2 pm on Tuesday, February 13. We will be discussing MADEMOISELLE CHANEL by C. W. Gortner. Questions? Please contact Yvonne Schenk

Avila Awakenings

Click here to read the Avila Awakenings newsletter.

Have a question or concern?
Contact our property manager!

ASSOCIATION, INC. c/o Schoo Management, Inc.
9411 Cypress Lake Drive - Suite 2
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
Phone (239) 481-4700 * Fax (239) 481-6321

You can also contact us at

    URGENT: IRMA Follow Up in Avila
Posted by tchadmin on Tuesday, January 23 @ 06:29:16 EST (7 reads)
Announcements In an effort to follow up with all of our Avila community after Irma, please advise by email if your residence has sustained damage. We are cross checking several lists but do not want to miss anyone.

Any damage needs to be documented and addressed. We need to have your response by Thursday, January 25, 2018, by return email. Please email your name and house number to Wanda at so that the board can follow up, cross check lists and be certain we have touched base with everyone in Avila.

This message will be posted at the entrances to Avila and on the website. The board will make every effort to contact those who may not have computer access. If you know your neighbor does not have internet or is new to Avila, please either let a board member know or copy this and bring it to them.

Thanks so much for your cooperation and attention to this important matter.

Avila Condo Association Board
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