Naples Park Area Association

Naples Park Area Association (NPAA) provides social and recreational activities
for its members and guests, educational projects for the community,
and a working organization to further civic improvement.

One Naples - Neighborhood Information Meeting (NIM)

March 3rd at 5:30PM

Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church

625 111th Ave. Naples, FL. 34108

**Location Change Update**

Sunday Morning 9AM

Mah Jongg @ 1PM

Monday - Wednesday - Friday

Zumba | Toning / Fitness / Country

Saturday Morning 8AM - 9:30AM

Tuesday Evening

Bridge at 7PM

Mah Jongg and Card Games 5:30PM

Bocce on Tuesday 9AM - Email:

Bocce on Friday 10AM - Contact 239.566.1748

NPAA Monthly Association Meetings

The NPAA holds its monthly meetings at 7 PM at the Clubhouse on the third Thursday of the month, November though April. These meetings are open to everyone. This is a great opportunity to learn about what is going on in Naples Park and meet your neighbors.

2019-2020 Association Meetings November thru April

  • November 21st ● December 29th ● January 16th ● Feburary 20th ● March 19th ● April 16th

One Naples – Neighborhood Information Meeting (NIM)

March 3rd at 5:30PM

Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church   625 111th Ave. Naples, FL. 34108

**Location Change Update**

One Naples Project - Rezoning of Vanderbilt Beach Area


Stock Development has submitted a formal application to Collier County for the One Naples project at Vanderbilt Beach. Within the application, Stock Development, initiates a request to rezone the property’s commercial-only zoning (Public Restaurant / Storefront / Lagoon Access) to mixed-use planned development (Private Residential and/or Commercial Blend Use). There is much controversy and concern about the project. Listed below are informative documents/templates to assist those who wish to be involved.


This is a proposed rezone of 5.94± acres of property to MPUD (with a companion SSGMPA) to allow up to 240 multi-family residential dwelling units and 100 hotel rooms, up to 25,000 square feet of commercial uses, and a marina with up to 75 wet slips – all subject to PM peak hour trip cap. The subject property is currently zoned C-3 and developed with various commercial and nonconforming residential uses. Companion to GMPA Vanderbilt Beach Road Mixed Use Subdistrict PL20190000696.

NPAA Membership action on proposed One Naples Project:

The Board of Directors, in response to a unanimous membership request at the January 2020 meeting, has sent a letter expressing the Association’s concerns to Mr. James Sabo, Collier County Planning commission and our District 2 Commissioner, Andy Solis, Esq. 

Read the NPAA Letter

Announcements and Upcoming Events

February 22:  Hawaiian Luau Night w/ music by Bob and Lucia

March 19:  Collier County Code Compliance

March 21:  Doo Wop Night w/ music by Joe Turner

April 1: Mah Jongg Luncheon

April 16: Public Utilities Renewal Program

April 18: Trivia Night  Wine/Snacks provided. $5/per person

Mah Jongg Beginner Lessons


Mah Jongg can help improve a person’s memory skills and sharpen the mind.

For additional information on dates and times, Email:

Come Join the Fun!

2019 - 2020 NPAA Events

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President's Message

Hello friends,

This year we will be communicating with you via email, emailed newsletters, and our website: www.NaplesParkAreaAssocation. org

Please share our communications with your friends and neighbors!

The first edition gives you some information about NPAA activities, NPAA association meeting topics for this season, NPAA projects, and more.

We have a broad range of physical, social, and mind-engaging activities happening at the clubhouse each week.

Our monthly association meetings, open to all whether a member or not, provide a forum for our neighborhood to hear from and interact with local officials and others.

We have a number of on-going projects, some new and some continuing to enhance the Naples Park experience.

We invite to you engage with us, join or renew your membership, and to enjoy Naples Park!

Deborah Hunter
President, Naples Park Area Association

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