WELCOME TO MISSION BAY!
Located in Boca Raton,
Mission Bay offers a country club lifestyle with unparalleled amenities. The
community of Mission Bay is a unique Association of villages, amenities,
commercial properties and natural open spaces. Our mission is to maintain and enhance
the quality of life and the property values. The Association is committed to
doing this effectively through excellence, professionalism and courtesy.
TO ACHIEVE THIS COMMITMENT, THE ASSOCIATION STRIVES TO PROMOTE THE FOLLOWING:
- Pleasant and Enjoyable Surroundings
- A Friendly and Sociable Atmosphere
- Opportunities for Residents to Interact and be Involved
- Safety and Peace of Mind
- Efficient Operation of Community Business
- Ongoing Review of the Community’s Procedures and Needs
- Harmony Amongst Villages and Surrounding Governing Entities
|MISSION BAY IS A BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED AND MAINTAINED PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.|
The Community of just
over 500 acres is located in South Palm Beach County, and is comprised of 10
villages, Evert Tennis Academy, Boca Preparatory School, two child care
facilities, and a commercial area consisting of Dick's Sporting Goods, HH Greg,
IHop, Babione and PetSmart. The Mission Bay Plaza is our
northeastern neighbor whose tenants include Office Max, Hallmark and numerous
restaurants. Sandpiper Shores, a public elementary school, abuts our
The Mission Bay
development commenced in 1986. There are 1239 homes within the various villages
of Mission Bay consisting of townhomes, and single-family homes.
The Villages of Laguna, Las Flores, Reflections, Regatta, Sonata, Ventura and
The Isles have their own sub-association documents and are managed by a
sub-association Board of Directors. These aforementioned villages are
two-tiered associations governed by both their sub-association or village, and
WHAT IS MISSION BAY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION?
Mission Bay Community Association, Inc. (MBCA)
is the “master” or “umbrella” association that governs and maintains the
business affairs, and property that contribute to the overall ambience and
property values of Mission Bay. We maintain the roadways, lakes, fitness
facility, tennis center, aquatic amenities, and oversee the landscaping and
community patrol. In addition, MBCA manages the one-tier villages of Cordova,
Harbour Springs, and La Costa.
MBCA is governed by a nine member Board of
Governors, whereby seven (7) are elected annually by the voting members. The
Board of Governors is given its power through the community association
documents, which include the Declaration of Protective Covenants, the Articles
of Incorporation and the Bylaws. These documents give the Board the power to
adopt, amend and repeal policies and procedures, as it deems necessary.
WHAT DOES MBCA DO FOR THEIR MEMBERS?
MBCA is a not for profit association with an annual budget of
approximately two million dollars. Our income is collected through assessments
charged to our residents. Every year a budget is established for the next year
to cover the projected expenses involved in maintaining the commonly owned
landscaped areas, fitness and tennis facilities, community patrols,
administrative functions, salaries, and reserves for replacement of Association
owned infrastructure, such as the roads.