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.

NPAA meeting ~ January 21st at 7PM

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NPAA Monthly Association Meetings

The NPAA holds its monthly meetings at 7 PM. 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.

2020-2021 Association Meetings

Nov 19:  Collier County Sheriff North Naples
Dec 17:   Director Barry Williams, Collier County Parks and Recreation:  Pelican Bay Community Park.  
Jan 21:  Animal Challenges in Naples Park
Feb 18: Collier County Code Enforcement
March 18: Collier County Public Utilities Renewal Program Update
April 15 TBD.

Announcements and Upcoming Events

Please Click Here to Register for the January 21st 2021 Zoom Meeting


Although the Clubhouse remains closed while the pandemic continues to rage, NPAA is still active regarding civic projects including Monthly NPAA meetings.


Our January 21st NPAA meeting will feature the topic: Animal Challenges in Naples Park. We have two guests coming. One is a Toad Trapper and Conservationist. We’ll learn about what toads are problems and what to do about them. The other guest is from Collier County Animal Control and will address issues like barking dogs, loose dogs, feral cats, etc.


Please forward questions you have for these guests to [email protected] and we’ll be sure they get them so they can plan to cover those questions and more!

See you soon!

One Naples Project - November Update

At the NPAA November 2020 meeting, the membership voted to support the executive summary outlining community requests the Collier County Board of Commissioners to deny the NaplesOne current application for land amendment PUDZ proposal (Click here to read the summary). This summary has received the support of our members (NPAA), Vanderbilt Residents Association, the Pelican Bay Property Owners Association, the Regatta, the Trieste, Save Vanderbilt Beach, and others.


We continue to encourage you to continue making your voice heard on this topic via letters and emails to all of the Commissioners. The outpouring of the residents of our neighborhood and the surrounding area associations made a difference at the planning board; which resulted in a No Recommendation. Please continue to send your concerns to the Commissioners


The CCPC vote ended with a 3-3 tie vote on the Growth Management Plan application and a 3-3 tie vote on a revision of the PUD application. The parcel of land is currently zoned C3 to bring amenities, such as restaurants and shops, to the residents and guests at Vanderbilt Beach. The current rezone request will impact our community and eliminate amenities.


Thank you for being part of the solution.  ~Board Of Directors

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