To the members of the Home Owners Association of Golden Gate Estates:
You are invited to attend. Please also invite your neighbors, family and friends!
Estates Area/Corkscrew/Rural Lands
TOWN HALL MEETING
With Commissioner Tim Nance
– Talk with Tim
UF/IFAS Extension Office Meeting Room
14700 Immokalee Road
(next to the Collier County Fairgrounds)
Commissioner Tim Nance invites area residents and businesses to a Town Hall
style meeting about what is happening in our community and in our County,
share insights of some of the exciting things to come, and encourage residents
to talk with Tim about concerns, ideas, and desires.
Some of the subjects will include updates and information about:
‐ Improvements in the EMS System and EMS Response time goals
‐ Park and Recreation project updates – Big Corkscrew Regional Park, ATV Park
‐ Transportation efforts ‐ I‐75 Interchange, Widening of Golden Gate Blvd, Connectivity Bridges,
Limerock Roads, I‐75 Interchange, and the new Emergency Response Station at MM 63 on I‐75
‐ Flood Prevention Efforts – North Golden Gate Estates Flowway Project
‐ Economic Development Efforts – Opportunity Naples, Planning projects,
‐ Updates on local development projects – Estates area Shopping Centers, Town of Big Cypress,
and other general topics of discussion and interest to area residents.
You are invited to participate in a question and answers following a brief review
Please make plans to visit us for a discussion and exchange of
information, and an opportunity to share your ideas with Tim. Invite your family, friends
and neighbors too!
For more information, contact Tim’s Assistant,
Jim Flanagan at 239‐252‐8604 or JimFlanagan@colliergov.net
Executive Assistant to
Tim Nance, County Commissioner, District 5
W. Harmon Turner Building
3299 Tamiami Trail East - Suite 303
Naples, FL 34112
In response to community interest, the organization known as The Homeowners’ Association of Golden Gate Estates, aka HOAGGE, was formed. This organization will be open to anyone who owns property in the platted subdivision of Golden Gate Estates. The main goal of this homeowners’ group is to unify the varied sections and neighborhoods within this large development to “Help Build a Sense of Community”. The Association is optional. There are no mandatory association requirements in the overall Golden Gate Estates area.
The Homeowners’ Association of Golden Gate Estates plans has social, community service and educational activities that enhance the living experience within the Estates. Some of the activities that have take place include holiday festivals and socials, community picnics, neighborhood block parties, community service projects, and safety lectures for residents. Rather than relying on our neighboring communities to provide activities of interest, the HOAGGE will enables the homeowners an opportunity to build our own sense of community. Creating these activities and projects of interest will allow us to showcase the unique and diverse character of Golden Gate Estates.
The group is seeking members with positive ideas and a desire to unite the community. This organization will offer the opportunity to create the kind of neighborhood cohesiveness that is found in smaller developments with the goal of making this a better place for everyone to live. All property owners within the platted area of the Estates are encouraged to join, be active, and bring your great ideas. This fun and dynamic group will grow quickly.