The Meadows

The Meadows of Sarasota

We are The Meadows. Located near I-75, close to downtown Sarasota, minutes from University Town Center Mall and Benderson Park. With 1650 acres of open space, The Meadows is home to an abundance of canopied oaks,
over 85 lakes and waterways, and 14 miles of walking and bike trails.
We offer a lifestyle like no other, everlasting relationships, engaging activities and a variety of amenities that reflect our diverse interests.
Live the Lifestyle.

Featured Highlights

The Meadows Community Association Sarasota Run For the Roses Derby Day Party 2021

3-4:30 PM


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Who We Are

Who We Are

True to Our Open Spaces

The Meadows is a community like no other. Located conveniently between downtown Sarasota and UTC Mall and I-75. Developer Frank Taylor had a vision of a community with strong social relationships, grand open spaces, and a commitment to wildlife and ecology. A place where friends and family gather to build meaningful relationships with their neighbors and loved ones. Where the community becomes the playground and the lifestyle connects one another through socializing, lifelong learning, enjoyment, and contributing to our quality of life together.

Our Mission & Vision

Today, our mission and vision stands strong for our future. Our mission is to preserve the property values, green space, ambiance and vitality of our community. Our vision is to be known as a well-maintained, welcoming, safe community with up-to-date housing, activities and services designed to meet the needs of all residents. Our strategic plan is one that will improve the quality of our lives and bring our mission and vision to life.

For those who want to enjoy the lifestyle that the community has to offer, there is something for everyone at The Meadows. Our extensive amenities, clubs, activities and events make for a busy social life. The Meadows is a community that continues to enhance quality of life by meeting the needs of its residents. Take a look at our future plans; a new Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility, renovated clubhouse, enhanced Tennis Complex with expanded outdoor dining, all to enjoy the beauty of The Meadows nature, our active social lifestyle and embrace our health and wellness.

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Our Staff

Our Staff

MCA Staff

The number one priority for MCA staff members is to assure that their interactions with residents reflect the mission and vision of the MCA and convey the spirit of community that is so much a part of our lives at The Meadows. Residents come first. We want to make it easy for you to contact the MCA and to get the help you may need so we have provided you with information about our staff and what they do to help familiarize yourself with our team’s areas of responsibility and expertise.



Frances Rippcondi-General Manager (third from left), Mike Mazur-Director, Administration and Community Relations (first from left), Tia Calomeris -Director, Marketing and Communications (first from right), Sue Lytle-Lifestyle Coordinator (not shown), Lisa Compton-Administrative Accountant (second from left), Sandy Truman-Community Standards Administrator (third from right), Al Ballentyne-Maintenance (second from right), Sue Lytle-Lifestyle Coordinator (not shown) and Sher’re Shepard-Receptionist (not shown.)

General Manager

Frances, the General Manager of The Meadows is a licensed Community Association Manager. She has more than 20 years of experience designing high-end communities focused on state-of-the- art amenities and design excellence. Frances’ leadership and strategic thinking allows her to assist the Board in carrying out The Meadows Renaissance plan. She oversees the beautification plans, collaborates with the MCA/TMCC Strategic Committee  and works with architectural and engineering firms to implement The Meadows vision. Frances utilizes her management skills in guiding her staff, providing them with the tools they need to implement MCA strategies while creating an environment where new ideas and approaches are welcome.

Director, Administration and Community Relations

Mike is the liaison between The Meadows Community Association, Condominium/Homeowners Associations and committees of the Board. He is actively engaged in Human Resources, administrative and accounting functions for the MCA. Mike is responsible for tracking legal documents and records management.

Director, Marketing and Communications

Tia Calomeris defines and implements the marketing and communication strategies supporting our long-term planning. She is The Editor-In-Chief and creative director of The Meadoword, engaged in direct revenue responsibilities for advertising of the publication,  manages the governance of the website along with content development and update. She defines branding/messaging, supports the community with digital and traditional print materials and is the Chair of The Communications Committee.

Administrative Accountant

Lisa administers all financial transactions for the MCA including; assessments, payroll and Accounts Payable/Receivable. She works with the Finance Committee, is responsible for updating our contact database, advertising contracts, parking/boat lot storage fees, warranty deeds and estoppel fees.

Community Standards Administrator

Sandy oversees the operations of buildings, grounds and maintenance for The Meadows Community Association common areas while ensuring that the improvements, beautification, standards and regulations of the MCA is being implemented. She works closely with the Maintenance and Standards Committees resulting in the beautification of our grounds and many properties coming into compliance. Sandy builds strong relationships with residents finding creative solutions to challenges regarding architectural review and supporting residents in their desires to improve their properties.



Al spends his days repairing, painting, trimming and fixing our community’s extensive infrastructure as well as focusing on preventative maintenance and keeping The Meadows beautiful. Our Maintenance Committee and staff identify issues, prioritize work, set standards and make recommendations. Its al who solves the problems.

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 Our unique community is one that believes in teamwork and volunteerism as was the vision of Frank Taylor.
Contribute to your community by volunteering. There are several ways to get involved, join a committee or volunteer to help MCA prepare for some of our fun filled events. It’s a great way to meet your neighbors and get into the party mode before the event starts!
See below for current volunteer openings, ways to get involved and committees.

Best Kept is now looking for volunteers. Best Kept Committee recognizes the pride of ownership residents show in their Association and Single Family Homes by awarding Best Kept First Place and Runner -up awards to those that show exceptional maintenance of their home and landscaping.
If you are interested call Jerry Bernier at 941-554-8574 or email

MCA is looking for volunteers for their various activities and events. If you enjoy the fun of preparing for a special event, decorating or maybe you just love the laughter and special moments that happen behind the scenes that are just as fun as the event itself, volunteer to help with our activities and events. It’s a great way to meet people in smaller groups before a special event, while getting a glimpse of what’s to come.
Call Sue Lytle, MCA’s Lifestyle Coordinator at 941-377-2300 or email

Here are some of the ways our volunteers may help.

  • Greeting residents
  • Pre and post event set-up
  • Decorating
  • Assisting with food service (if applicable)
  • Helping to guide traffic
  • Being an Event Ambassador
  • Supporting with logistical details
  • Registration for an event

Get Involved.

Best Kept (Subset of Standards)
Jerry Bernier, Chair
Tia Calomeris, Chair
Marilyn Maleckas, Liaison
Community Activities and Involvement
Kathy Easley, Chair
Tom Pound, Liaison
Emergency Preparedness
Mike Mazur, Chair
Finance and Budget
Fernando Viteri, Chair
Hearing Committee
Marvin Glusman, Joy Howes, and Bud Totten
Garden Club
Melanie Babineau, Chair
Long -Range Planning
Malcolm Hay, Chair
Jo-Evans and Mark Pienkos, Co- Chairs
Most Improved
Lesley Totten, Chair
Bob Clark, Chair
Bob Clark, Chair
Amy MacDougall, Chair
Fernando Viteri, Liaison
Water & Wildlife
Dr. Robert Hueter, Chair
Malcolm Hay, Liaison

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Contact Us

Contact Us

Meadows Safety Patrol (G4S Security) • 941-809-0084

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week

MCA Administrative Staff • 941-377-2300

Activities and Events

Sue Lytle, Lifestyle Coordinator

The Meadoword • 941-377-2300

Tia Calomeris, Director of Marketing & Communications


Lisa Compton, Advertising Contracts and Finance 

Meadows Website • 941-377-2300

The Meadows Community Association, Inc.

2004 Longmeadow
Sarasota, FL 34235
941-377-2300 • (fax) 941-377-2248

Business hours

Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to
4:00 pm and Friday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm


The main entrance to The Meadows is on 17th Street between Lockwood Ridge Road and Honore Avenue. There is also an entrance at Longmeadow off Honore.

From I-75, take the Fruitville Road exit (Exit 210) west toward downtown Sarasota. Turn right on Honore. Turn left off Honore onto 17th Street west. Turn right onto Longmeadow and continue to the first stop sign. The MCA building is on the left.

From downtown Sarasota, take U.S. 301 to 17th Street; turn east, going away from town. Take 17th past Beneva Road and turn left at the second stop light onto Longmeadow. Follow Longmeadow, as described above.
Directions via Mapquest

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Setting The Path for Our Future

The Meadows Community Association (MCA) is the Master Association of The Meadows. The MCA owns all the common property, inclusive of the three golf courses, Tennis Complex, fitness facility, and clubhouse. The Meadows Country Club is an independent private club managed by a Board of Governors.

The MCA maintains within the common area roads, sidewalks, landscaping, ponds, open space, and street lights.

All members of the 52 independent condominium and homeowners’ association communities of The Meadows are members of the Master Association, and share in the cost to maintain these common area properties through assessments. 

The MCA is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors which has full authority to set assessments, make policies, operational decisions and amend community governing documents. It is one of the broadest ranging master communities to be found. Learn more about The Meadows strategic plan.

2021 Board of Directors

The Board of Directors meet on the second Thursday of each month, (except August) at 1PM. All residents are invited to attend.
Check The Meadoword back calendar or contact the MCA at 941-377-2300.

OFFICERS (From Left): Bob Clark—Vice President, Stanley Miska, Jr.—Treasurer, Marilyn Maleckas—Vice President, Fernando Viteri—Secretary.

DIRECTORS: Tom Pound, Amy MacDougall, Mark Pienkos, Susan Gaynor, Paul Easley.
(Please note that our banner image of the Board is currently under update construction. The present image does not reflect the current updates.)


The 2022 Annual Meeting of The Meadows community Association Content.

The 2022 Annual Meeting of The Meadows Community Association, Inc. Agenda
The 2022 Annual Meeting of The Meadows Community Association Recording. 


2021 MCA Annual Meeting Content

Click Here for The MCA 2021 Annual Meeting  Information

2021 MCA Annual Meeting Presentation – 2021 

2021 MCA Recorded Annual Meeting

BOB CLARK - President

Bob’s career of 43 years was as an executive in the industrial tooling industry where he grew a company of 100 employees to 1400. His experience reaches wide across: HR, purchasing, IT, tooling, process engineering, customer service, management and acquisition. Bob has served on the MCA Board for four years in various positions and has been a resident of The Meadows since 2013. He has extensive experience serving 40 years on the board and past president of the Dayton Boys and Girls Club, 30 years of board service and past president of the Dayton Regional Manufacturers Association, 12 years of Board service with the Tri-River Employers Health Care Coalition, 20 years of membership and past chair of the Miami Valley Senior Human Resources Group, to name a few. Bob is a graduate of The Ohio State University.


Marilyn Maleckas has been a Meadows resident for 28 years and has served on The Meadows Community Association (MCA) Board as president, vice president and secretary. She is currently a volunteer Chair of the MCA Capital Planning and Finance Committee, a member of the Strategic Planning Working Group and is a board liaison from the MCA to The Meadows Country Club. She has also served on The Meadows Country Club Board of Governors as secretary, and the Social and Food and Beverage Committee Chair. She has volunteered with Saint Jude Finance committee, St. Jude Gala Fundraising Committee, Senior Friendship Center Gala, Fundraising Committee Chair, special project within the MCA. Her career at Honeywell spanned several disciplines including marketing, strategic planning, communications, and project management. Marilyn’s real estate knowledge contributes to her support of property values through the renaissance of the community.

Stanley Miska, Jr.-Treasurer


Stan and his wife, Jennifer, are 20 year residents of Sarasota. They became very familiar with The Meadows, as his mother, sister and son all have been part of the community. When they sold their Bird Key home in 2019, they made The Meadows their permanent home. Over their forty-year marriage they have also lived in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania.
Stan currently serves on the MCA Finance Committee and is on the Board at Wallace Ave Association. Stan graduated from American University, Washington, D.C. with a degree in Finance and Political Science. With over 30 years at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America, Stan has extensive experience in finance and leadership. His career responsibilities included managing a business with personnel, budgeting, real estate, expense management, client satisfaction and investment supervision.


Fernando and his wife, Victoria, have been residents of The Meadows since 1990. He has a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Information and Decision Sciences. He has been in the Information Technology field for 20 years with construction, legal, web and medical market applications and project management responsibilities in North America and Europe. Since 2004, Fernando has been a real estate agent with Sotheby’s International Realty. He has served on the MCA Board of Directors for four years.

TOM POUND - Director

Tom and his wife, Sue, have lived in The Meadows since 2013. He is very active in the community serving as the President of the MHOA and on The MCA Board of Directors. He has been a member of the Emergency Preparedness Committee and is a member of The Meadows Country Club. Tom possesses a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He and Sue have five sons and 10 grandchildren.


Amy MacDougall, MA, CCIM was born and raised in Huntington on Long Island, New York. She graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University. After graduate school in Atlanta, GA, Amy lived on the east end of Long Island where she worked as a school psychologist and later as a broker/associate with a high-end residential real estate company. She was on the board of directors of the Oysterponds Historical Society in Orient, NY. Amy moved to Sarasota in 2007 and worked in the neurology department at USF through a grant with the Parkinson Research Foundation. Amy segued into commercial real estate joining Ian Black Real Estate in October of 2013. Amy has lived in The Meadows for seven years with her now 10-year-old son along with the family’s two rescue dogs. Amy is the chair, and Board liaison, of the Safety Committee. 


Mark’s strengths are based on his 45 years as an educator and school administrator. These include human relations, budgetary and listening skills. Mark organized and leads the Hot Stove League – “Let’s Talk Sports” discussion group here in The Meadows. He and his wife Ann are involved in many aspects of our Association and community. Mark earned a Doctorate in Education, Specialist Certificate in Administrative Leadership, plus Masters and Bachelors Degrees in Education.


Susan Gaynor has been a homeowner in the Meadows for 12 years. She has served on the Heatherwood Board for several years and has given her time as a volunteer supporting our library during the COVID pandemic, to continue providing residents the joy of reading. She has also volunteered at the hospital, Ringling, Asolo, ran a book club, and teaches cooking classes. As a wife of a foreign service trade envoy, Susan found an opportunity to organize events for numerous individuals spanning several countries. Having lived in this special community over the years Susan is running for a board position out of concern in maintaining the ambiance and lifestyle of The Meadows, protecting our green space and preserving our property values.


Paul Easley has lived in The Meadows for 10 years and has volunteered on the Emergency Preparedness Committee, Standards Committee, Assembly Executive Committee and Meadows Home Owners Association. Prior to moving to The Meadows, Paul served as the Illinois Tree Farm President for 10 years and the National Tree Farm Association Committee in Washington, D.C., for four years. In addition to Paul’s background as a machine operator, instructor and Supervisor at Firestone, he owned several businesses throughout his career; paint and body shop and tree farm/ sawmill/retail hardwood store. He has written for several industry magazines, conducted forestry seminars for universities and was a speaker at the First World Forestry Conference. Paul is connected to this community through his love for The Meadows and spirit of volunteerism. “I value our community and want to be a part of guiding its future.”

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Community News

Community News

Meadows Community News

Keeping residents informed is a priority for The Meadows and there are several ways to learn more about the latest community news.

Read The Meadoword Community Paper.
Sign up for our Constant Contact email updates that provide the latest on community news, activities/ events and important update on preparedness.
Like us on Facebook.
Attend our various committee, board and assembly meetings.



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MCA Assessment Mailing

The MCA assessment mailing will be mailed out in mid‐January in one envelope.

  • If you have an address change, please contact MCA by email:  to ensure prompt delivery of your assessment.

What will my assessment mailing include?

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MCA Board Elections

MCA Board of Director Election

Election Polling dates for Precinct 121

Polls open 7 am-7 pm

Polling Precinct 121 location will be The Meadows Community Association, 2004 Longmeadow, Sarasota FL 34235.

  • Tuesday, August 23, 2022 – Primary Election
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022 – General Election
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Pardon Our Growth – Construction Update

The Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility. See our progress, using the links below for flyers and video drone footage.

1/4/22 Construction Update. Our Growth. Our progress. Our future.
12/20/21 Our Construction Progress


The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 4/24/22 ‐
See the latest drone footage showing the progress of the roof and parking lot.
MCA – Wellness Ctr 042422_0.mp4 – Google Drive
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 4/9/22 ‐
Tour our Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility’s progress with the latest drone footage.
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 4/2/22 ‐
All exterior block walls are up, interior wall are in progress roof decking and waterproofing is completed, site grading has been done.
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 1/2/22 ‐
Block walls progress
MCA – Wellness Ctr 010222_0.mp4 – Google Drive
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 1/15/22 ‐
Block walls are up.
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility-Drone footage 11/7 –
Foundation work, grading, and footers dug.
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Drone footage 11/20 ‐
Foundation work continues with stem wall.‐GpRZD5OPQuXo4rplkzBu/view?usp=sharing
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 12/4 ‐
Foundation work continues with stem wall and block begins.
The Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility Session 12/18 ‐
Block walls progress
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Ecology & Nature

Ecology & Nature

Our Ecology and Nature Commitment

Ecology is a priority within The Meadows Community. The Meadows has an abundance of waterscapes—85
ponds and other water features with nearly 25 miles of shoreline! These aquatic habitats are not only attractive
and environmentally friendly, but they also enhance property values within the community.

Water and Wildlife Committee (WWC)

In 2017, marine biologist and Meadows resident, Dr. Robert Hueter came to the MCA Board with a desire to preserve our beautiful surroundings, and, in January 2018 the WWC was formed with Dr. Hueter as its chair. WWC has contributed greatly to the vitality of The Meadows. It has raised awareness about the importance of maintaining our natural assets and has launched a number of important projects to ensure the success of these goals. Examples are monitoring the health of our ponds and lakes, planting along the banks, and protecting our wildlife.

In 2018, The Meadows received the Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Volunteer Award for our community commitment to our ecology. In 2019, The Meadows was awarded a grant from the Sarasota Bay Estuary Program to help facilitate environmental improvements of waterways and wildlife habitats.

Maintaining these water and wildlife features is a major priority of the MCA Board of Directors, the WWC and our residents. On February 6, 2019, the MCA Board approved a policy statement committing the community to implement Low Maintenance Zones to:

  • Control pond erosion
  • Trap stormwater runoff nutrients and chemicals
  • Improve water quality
  • Preserve and create habitats for fish, birds and other wildlife

Each of us has the ability to make a change. Here are the results of The Meadows’ volunteers supporting our ecology.

  • Planted aquatic vegetation such as canna lilies, pickleweed and soft stem bulrush to keep our ponds clean and provide wildlife habitat.
  • The community volunteers planted over 1300 aquatic plants as of March 2020. 
  • Sarasota City Neighborhood Environmental Stewardship Team (NEST) coordinator and Sarasota County Management Division Water Quality Scientists are working with The Meadows WWC to create eco-beautification.
  • Grants have been secured from Sarasota Bay Estuary Program to finance the plantings

Today, The Meadows is home to a variety of bird species and is a source of enjoyment for Meadows birdwatchers.. The Meadows has partnered with the Sarasota Audubon Society to continue to broaden our residents’ knowledge and love for birds through bird walks and presentations.

The MCA and its WWC, have adopted a pro-environmental approach to improving the health and look of our community. This includes coexisting with our alligators because gators are important in maintaining ecological balance in Florida freshwater systems.

In The Meadows we live in harmony with the wildlife. Respecting their space and health includes:

  • Don’t feed the alligators or any other wildlife.
  • If you are fishing and see an alligator, relocate to a different spot.
  • Keep children and pets away from waterways and banks.
  • Never approach or attempt to capture or relocate an alligator and always keep at least a 50-ft. distance. Florida state law prohibits the general public from killing, harassing or possessing alligators.
  • Never swim in a Meadows pond-it’s prohibited and the alligators that live there don’t appreciate it.
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Community Outreach

Community Outreach

A Giving Community

The Meadows philanthropic efforts reach wide within the community and Sarasota County.
They are driven by residents who give selflessly of their time to improve the quality of life for others,
their surroundings and their community.


Meadows Volunteers Making a Big Impact

THE CRAFT GROUP – The Craft Group volunteers have raising over $52,000 for local charities through their annual craft show and bake sales.

OUR SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE – Assists neighboring schools and puts smiles on the faces of over 325 children and teachers.

GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE – For over 30 years, MCA has partnered with the SunCoast Blood Bank on blood and platelet donations from our community heroes. These efforts have resulted in 2,654 units of blood, equivalent to 7,962 lives saved. From 2015-2020 over 100 gallons were donated, impacting 2,562 lives thanks to The Meadows Community.


ALL FAITHS FOOD BANK – The MCA is proud to be one of many partners working with All Faiths Food Bank. Our community, along with its dedicated volunteers, have distributed over 10 million pounds of food each year to Sarasota and DeSoto Counties.

EASTERSEALS – The Meadows Country Club, through the 2019 Meadows Cup Golf Tournament, raised over $120,000 for  children, youth and adults with special needs so they may enjoy access, opportunities, and increased life choices.

SARASOTA MEMORIAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM THRIVE PROGRAM – The Women’s and Men’s Golf Associations of The Meadows Country Club and The Meadows Community Association supported The Sarasota Memorial Thrive Support &  Survivorship Program. This program provides cancer patients and their loved ones support to help them manage a cancer diagnosis and everything that comes with it. This year they raised nearly $20,000.

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MCA Documents

MCA Documents

Governing Documents

The Meadows Community Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation established by Taylor Woodrow under the laws of the State of Florida and was envisioned well before the first home was built. Each property owner in The Meadows automatically becomes a member of The Meadows Community Association, Inc. (MCA) which operates as the Master Association to all single-family homes and all associations and business facilities with The Meadows.

The Meadows Community Association 2021 Financial Statement

An owner whose unit is part of a condominium or a homeowners’ association is responsible for compliance with the “Declaration of Condominium” or the “Declaration of Restrictions” for their association. All unit owners within an association and all single-family homeowners must comply with the governing documents of The Meadows as well. All of these documents are legally binding and have been recorded with Sarasota County.

Individual associations are responsible for maintaining their own governing documents, recording amendments or restatements as required. The individual association documents provided on this website reflect the latest documents provided by each association to the MCA. Users are advised to contact the management company or volunteer leaders of their respective association to verify that these are the current and complete documents.

MCA Master Association Documents

Condominiums and HOAs

Condominium  and Incorporated HOA Documents & Property Management

PLEASE NOTE: To the best of our knowledge, the links on this page contain the documents of each incorporated association in The Meadows. The documents are recorded with the Clerk of the Court for Sarasota County by each Association.

*If you would like to join the voluntary organization of Single Family Homeowner, please contact MHOA at Membership is $15 a year or $25 for two years.

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Renaissance Access

Renaissance Access

Expanded Resident Amenities 

The Renaissance Access Plan offers greater access to The Meadows Country Club facilities for homeowners and
annual tenants who live in The Meadows.
Those services include: Fitness, Pool, Dining, Community Sponsored Events, Tennis and Golf.
Use the links below for more details.

The Renaissance of The Meadows

The Renaissance Access Plan

Renaissance Access Plan QA

Renaissance Projects Underway

Our continued efforts in implementing the Renaissance Plan are designed to update the community infrastructure and improve our activity space both inside and outdoors. The Meadows has many new and exciting renaissance projects currently underway and in various stages of progress.


Wellness Facility

The Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility
We have begun construction on our new Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility. The facility will feature a state-of-the-art event center and will be managed under the leadership of The Meadows Community Association and will house the community’s ever-growing lifestyle activities/events, wellness programs, condominium and homeowner meetings. The full-time Lifestyle Coordinator will manage the expanded lifestyle activities/ events, wellness programs and association meeting space for the MCA. The fitness center will continue to be leased and operated by The Meadows Country Club (TMCC), and The Club’s full-time Fitness Director will direct the fitness programs for TMCC.

Sarasota and Tampa based firms were selected for the Meadows Community Lifestyle and Wellness Facility’s development.  Formella Construction, with nearly 40 years of experience in construction and design/build, the projects General Contractor.  Joiner Architecture, LLC with expertise in lifestyle facilities is responsible for the architectural and interior design with Stantec Engineering providing planning, engineering and landscape architectural services.  Expected project completion 2022.

See the illustrative floor plan.

Centre Court Lounge

Renovations to the clubhouse are currently underway.
Regency Room is being transformed.

The Tennis Complex

Centre Court Lounge
Added outdoor dining is being designed around the pool and Centre Court Lounge that will connect diners to the beauty of The Meadows nature.


The Fitness Center
The Fitness Center is now accepting guests.
Orientation must be completed prior to the use of the equipment. email; to schedule your zoom appointment.

Operating hours (excluding holidays) are below.
Monday – Friday 7: 30 AM – 7 PM
Saturday: 8 AM – 4 PM
Sunday: 9 AM – 1 PM

  • All equipment during hours of operation.
  • Use the link below to see all offered classes for Renaissance Access holders.

New Fitness Center Classes 


Full Size Jr. Olympic Pool.
Pool Hours 7:15 AM-7 PM (excluding holidays.)
Pool is closed during water aerobics classes and private event.
Monday, Wednesday from 10:20 AM-12:30 PM & Friday from 11:50 AM-1 PM
Guest passes available at a separate cost.

Renaissance Access Fitness Schedule

Club pool parties release 10 days prior to event.
Sign up for Constant Contact for event updates.


See Activities, Events & Meetings page for MCA Sponsored events.

Club event open 10 days prior.
Sign up for Constant Contact event updates.



Dress Codes for Club Dining

Centre Court Lounge (CCL)
SUN and MON 11 AM-3 PM
TUE and FRI 11 AM-8 PM
SAT 11 AM-7 PM

Phone number: 941-371-6000
Centre Court Lounge Menu

Fountain View Lounge Brunch
Sunday — 10 AM-2 PM
Sunday Brunch Menu
Easter Sunday Brunch Menu
Seating Times: 11-11:30 AM, 1-1:30 PM, 3-3:30 PM

Fountain View Lounge Lunch
TUES Through FRI —11 AM-2 PM
SAT 11 AM-3 PM
FVL Lunch Menu

Fountain View Lounge Dinner
Dine-in and TO-GO
Renaissance Access Cardholders may dine in to FVL MAY 1-OCT 31.
Call for reservations.
order between 1-4 PM ONLY

Pick-up orders in the round-about
at the main clubhouse
between 5-8 PM

Fountain View Lounge Menu

Club events open 10 days prior to the event. Sign up for Constant Contact for update.


Thursday nights at 5 pm Highlands Course, back nine.
See flyer for details.


Full access to separately priced golf clinics/lessons. Full access to Highlands and Groves golf courses at 10% discount. Full access to chipping and putting on these courses & Pro shop purchases. The Meadows Course requires a membership.

  • Full access to separately priced golf clinics/ lessons
  • Full access to the Highland course at 10% discount
  • Full access to the recently renovated, Arthur Hills Groves Course at 10% discount
  • Full access to the Highlands/ Groves Chipping, Putting
  • Access to Pro shop Purchases
  • The Meadows Course requires a Country Club Membership

USGA Journal Article


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Need A Ride?

Transportation options are easy and accessible. The Meadoword offers private tansportation options under our classified section and Uber is as easy as downloading an app on your phone. Below are some other options you may want to consider.

Sarasota County Area Transit (SCAT)

Sarasota County Area Transit (SCAT) serves more than 6,000 riders daily on fixed routes throughout Sarasota County.  Its mission is to provide safe and courteous transportation service in an accountable and timely manner.

Fixed-route buses run 5:30 AM-10:30 PM, Monday-Sunday. For more information on SCAT fares, schedules, and route maps use this link: SCAT Bus Service, Sarasota County.


ITNSunCoast (ITN) is a local, nonprofit transportation service that provides rides to individuals 60+ and vision-challenged adults of any age.

ITN’s mission is to help individuals maintain their independence and live joyful and meaningful lives through a convenient, reliable and affordable transportation option when driving a car themselves is not sensible or safe.

  • Rides are available for any reason, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year to anywhere within Sarasota and Manatee Counties.
  • Rides are provided by a combination of volunteer and paid drivers who offer true door-to-door service.
  • Destinations have often included going to religious services, grocery shopping, fitness classes, doctor’s appointments, bridge or mahjong events, restaurants, hair appointments, etc.
  • There is a nominal membership fee and each rider maintains a prepaid account where the cost of the ride is debited, meaning no cash is exchanged and tipping is not expected or accepted. Riders may utilize the service as often as they wish.

For more information and answers to many of your questions
visit or call 941-364-7530.

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Our Brand

Our Brand

The Meadows brand is our reputation, a first impression that will last in the minds of those who come through The Meadows. It tells them what to expect and who we are. The community’s unique qualities and personality to make a memorable impression on those who visit, purchase or live in The Meadows.

Our brand:

  • CELEBRATES our heritage and reflects the vision of Lord Frank Taylor;
  • HONORS the open land that we all value;
  • RESPECTS the name that was given to us;
  • REVEALS a new beginning to the future.

The grass celebrates the open land we all value and the natural beauty of The Meadows, the golf courses, the mature landscaping, and beautiful vistas that are the catalyst to gather and enjoy the enriched social lifestyle that is a large part of our community.

The styling of our name demonstrates The Meadows as current, fresh and modern with a casual sophistication that embraces growth. Our name defines who we are by its definition: Meadow–an open habitat, or field, vegetated by grass.

These elements echo our developer’s original vision, and what our community values as most important. Our revitalization efforts and attention to the land has made us ecologically responsible, united us in our vision for the future and strengthened us for growth. Our new logo celebrates, honors and respects those unique qualities we define as The Meadows.

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The Meadows Safety Patrol

Our Allied Universal Safety Patrol Team monitors The Meadows for violations and safety issues. The contracted safety patrol team have  background in law enforcement and training in a community setting. If you have an emergency call 911 and make sure someone is able to call our Safety Patrol to report incidents as well. Having a record of incidents in the neighborhood is a very important element of reporting.

MCA After Hours Call List

Meadows Safety Officers call residents after MCA business hours for urgent reasons like an open garage door.
In the event of an emergency call 911 first.
The non-emergency Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office number is 941-316-1201.
The Meadows Safety Patrol number is 941-809-0084

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The Meadoword

April 2021 Meadoword issue
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Sarasota County Advisories

Sarasota County Advisories

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The Meadows Country Club

The Meadows Country Club

Join for the lifestyle. Stay for the friendships.

The Meadows Country Club is nestled in a lush, vibrant community located minutes from downtown Sarasota, UTC Mall
and I-75. Members enjoy three distinctive golf courses, a beautiful tennis complex with 17 Har-Tru courts, a junior Olympic
pool and custom fitness programs. Gather with friends for lunch or dinner. There’s something for everyone in our social
events, educational programs, and recreational activities including the 14 acres of oak canopied walking, nature and biking
trails that weave through the community.


See Video of the Meadows Golf Course featured on The Traveling Golfer

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For information regarding estoppel certificates please contact Lisa Compton at or call 941-377-2300 at The Meadows Community Association and ask for Lisa Compton.

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Business & Services

Business & Services

Neighborhood Shopping and Services

The Meadows enjoys the advantage being of a highly sought-after location with the nearby UTC Mall and cultural centers, there is always fun around the corner..

The  Shopping Village offers convenient access to shopping, professional services, food and dining in a lakefront
setting in your own backyard.

We are all aware that life changes with time. We change and our needs change. With that comes re-evaluation.
The Meadows offers many options that supports staying in the community you love, close to family and friends, in familiar surroundings.

Aviva – A Campus for Senior Life – offers three levels of living options:

  • Independent Living—an active rental retirement community.
  • Assisted Living—an assisted living facility with secured memory care.
  • Skilled Nursing—an outpatient/inpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility.

Tarpon Point Nursing and Rehabilitation – offers nursing care & rehabilitation.

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Get Involved

Get Involved

Be a Volunteer

Do you want to get involved? Give us your name and contact information and let us know which committee(s) you’re interested in joining.

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Be Proactive, Rather than Reactive

Disaster preparedness refers to measures taken to prepare for and reduce the effects of disasters.
That is, to predict and, where possible, prevent disasters, mitigate their impact on vulnerable populations,
and respond to and effectively cope with their consequences. The links below are provided to help you with your preparedness.

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Questions makes you open to learning more and we often learn from other’s questions. Just in case you may have missed our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) during our various meetings and Meadoword, we have made them available to you, to download and share with others. Should you have a question(s), please contact MCA and make an appointment so we may plan for the proper time to address them.

FAQs from the 2021 MCA Annual Meeting
FAQs from March Meadoword
August Special Edition

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