INFORMATION FOR RENTERS AND PROPERTY MANAGERS
OWNER/PROPERTY MANAGER INFORMATION
BEFORE LEASING THE PROPERTY
Term and Frequency of Rental/Lease
Cape Royal has restrictions governing the term of rental. The term of the rental/lease must be a minimum of thirty (30) days, not to exceed four (4) rentals per year.
Prior to permitting the occupancy of person(s) renting or leasing the property, the owner must submit , two weeks prior to the occupancy date, the following written documents:
A rental or lease agreement providing the name(s) of the person(s) who will occupy the residence
A completed Family Data Sheet including the following:
A telephone number providing 24-hour contact with the person(s) renting the property
The number of occupants that will temporarily reside in the residence (no more than two persons per bedroom)
The length of the lease or rental, showing start and end dates of occupancy
It is imperative that we receive all of the above information a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to occupancy in order for tenants to gain gate access to the community. Your tenants will be contacted with temporary gate access information.
How to Submit Documentation
Options for submission of documents:
Mail to Cape Royal HOA at the address below
Call your block captain for additional document submission options
We, of course, always recommend communication with your block captain.
Cape Royal Homeowners Association
Attn: Community Access Committee
1242 Pine Island Road, Suite 42-444
Cape Coral, FL 33991
COMPLIANCE WITH HOA REGULATIONS
Temporary residents are subject to and required to comply with HOA regulations. Breaches by the tenant of any of the governing rules or policies may be considered a breach of the owners’ rental agreement. Owners should provide tenants with a copy of the HOA Covenants prior to renting. All documents are available via our website.
Documents & Policies
Related Website Pages
OWNER & TENANT INFORMATION
You will find most of the information you need here. Links in the middle will lead you to information about Block Captains, the Board of Directors and the HOA Committees, Summary of Deed Restrictions, Local Phone Numbers, Community Gate Access, as well as the Calendar and Event Announcements.
FAMILY DATA SHEET (FDS)
If your contact or vehicle information changes, you will need to update the Family Data Sheet (in the form list) right away. This will ensure that we have your contact information and avoid any issues with gate access to the community.
Each street within the community has an assigned Block Captain. Block Captains help keep neighbors informed of community and HOA news throughout the year. Your block captain will also be your contact for verifying your Family Data Sheet.
HOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND COMMITTEES
Cape Royal is managed by volunteers from the community. The seven members on the Board of Directors are supported by over a dozen committees who help keep our residents informed and our grounds well-maintained. If you are on a long-term lease, please visit the Board of Directors page and consider becoming involved by joining one of the committees.
5 AM - 7 PM
CONTRACTORS WORK HOURS:
Contractors and sub-contractors (workers for hire) are allowed to perform work in the community only between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and between the hours of 7:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Saturdays. No contractor work is allowed on Sundays or national holidays.
Cape Royal is a deed-restricted community. Adherence to our policies helps keep our community a beautiful and enjoyable place to live. A summary of the deed restrictions is included in the list of documents.
Current water restrictions in Lee County limit the days and times for watering. Odd-numbered properties may water on Wed and/or Saturday. Even-numbered properties may water on Thursday and/or Sunday. Watering times are midnight to 9 am or 5 pm to midnight. Please visit the Lee County website for additional information.
We have added some links to websites that will help you get to know Cape Coral and all it has to offer. Welcome to the neighborhood and we look forward to seeing you at the different events our community offers.
GARBAGE, RECYCLABLES, AND YARD REFUSE
Thursday, placed curbside by 6 AM
Friday, placed curbside by 6 AM
Friday, placed curbside by 6 AM
Our waste company is Waste Pro.
You may place your containers out the day before, but only after 4 PM. Yard waste specifications are summarized below.
Place bulky items by the curb and call the Waste Pro office to request a special collection.
Hazardous waste includes ignitable, combustible, corrosive, reactive, explosive, and toxic materials. These items must be taken to the Lee County Household Chemical Waste Collection Facility located at 6441 Topaz Court in Fort Myers. Items such as petroleum products, paint, and florescent bulbs are considered hazardous materials. Please do not place such items in your regular trash.
You must bundle and tie loose items or place them in bags or containers. Palm fronds can be unbundled, but must be less than 6 feet long and weigh less than 50 lbs. as a whole. If they weigh more than 50 lbs. or are longer than 6 feet, they must be cut and/or tied into bundles of no more than 50 lbs and 6 feet in length.
Cape Royal lies in unincorporated Lee County.
Water: Greater Pine Island Water Association
Electric: Lee County Electric Cooperative (LCEC)