Kingsland Ocala Waterway Home Owners Association, Inc. Kingsland Ocala Waterway Home Owners Association, Inc.

NOTARY SERVICES  are now provided free of charge for our Homeowners.  Please call the office to make an appointment.

Estoppel Requests: ONLY USE OUR EMAIL ADDRESS, DO NOT PUT THIS INFO ON OUR WEBSITE.

Please include the following:

  • PARCEL ID number
  • Address
  • Sellers Name
  • Buyers Name
  • File Number
  • Closing Date

Sorry for the inconvenience. We will do our best to meet all your needs during this trying time.

-The Board of Directors-

Click Here to see the Marion County BOCC's SW 49th Avenue Corridor Improvements Project Neighborhood Letter

***** Meeting Updates*****

CLOSED Attorney-Board Member Meeting was held on 2/11/2022 at 10:00am and 5/17/2022 at 10:00am at 4 SE Broadway Street Ocala, Fl  34478

 Association Meetings were held on 1/11/2022 at the Family Life Church located at 4325 SW 95th St. Ocala.  Minutes are attached.

 Association Meetings were held on: November 16th 2020 & July 13th 2021.  Minutes are attached.

MARION COUNTY BURN NOTICE LINK:  (Read before you burn)
https://www.marionfl.org/government/departments-facilities-offices/fire-rescue/fire-safety-injury-prevention/burn-regulations

 


 

About Us

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The KOWOA Bylaws provides for a minimum 7 member board and may have up to 11 members.  The terms of office for the 7 Directors are staggered 2 - 3 year terms.  The quorum is 4 directors to conduct all necessary business of KOWOA.  To serve on the Board of Directors, a person must be a member in good standing, i.e., not be a convicted felon, no fee, fine, or other monetary obligation is owed to KOWOA and the homeowner has no outstanding C&R violations.

2020 Board Members:
President - Oscar Diaz
Vice President - Joseph Legere
Secretary - William Larsen
Director - Michael Griffin

Office Staff:
Manager- Joy Nunez

*All Board members are responsible for enforcing the governing documents, develop a budget, establish reserve funds, act on budget items and determine assessment rates, collect assessments, enforce rules and penalties, select an attorney, accountant, insurance agent and other professionals, inform members of board decisions and transactions, and attend and participate at meetings.