The Waterlefe Watch II Association is comprised of the condo units on Discovery Terrace. Condominiums have a fee for the exterior maintenance, insurance of their common property, and association management.

Similar to the entire Waterlefe Community, The Watch II Association operates under an official Declaration of Covenants that serves to guide the lifestyle residents enjoy. To read through the official Declaration of Covenants, Restrictions, and Easements, and to see the Watch II Association rules and regulations, click below.

Declaration of Covenants          Rules & Regulations

The Watch II Board of Directors consists of three homeowners from within the Watch II Association that serve multi-year terms to bring leadership and decision-making to the Watch II.

As an additional resource to existing and potential Watch II Association residents, the MPOA has compiled a Frequently Asked Questions document to help answer some of the most important and commonly asked questions. To view this resource, click the link below.
Budget Meeting:
Thursday, November 10, 2022 at 1:00pm in the Founders Room

To view previous Watch II Association Board of Directors meeting agendas, minutes, and records, click the link below.

Watch II Association Archive

Pest Guard
Pest Control Vendor
(941) 358-3863

White Diamond
Landscape Vendor
(941) 718-1351

Let them know you are part of the Watch II at Waterlefe 
Condo Association

Request Copy of Flood Insurance

It is that time of year when “seasonal residents” start to head north to cooler climates.
Please review the following suggestions that should be done to secure your home and reduce the possibility of “issues” in your absence.
  1. Turn off your main water supply to your unit outside your garage door. Turn off all faucets to sinks, tubs, and washer machines as a fail-safe. 
  2. Close all drains in sinks and tubs and tape over drainage holes in sinks.
  3. All water heaters should be serviced and put on low or turned off. Pressure relief valves and all gas and water lines should be checked to make sure they are clear to permit drainage.
  4. All air-conditioning units should be serviced to include checking to see that all drain lines are clear.
  5. Put the thermostat at 78 degrees with your fan set to "Auto" to prevent mold. DO NOT turn your AC off.
  6. Open all of the interior doors to circulate air throughout the home
  7. Close all curtains and blinds to keep the heat out.
  8. Clean out refrigerators and freezers (don't forget the ice).
  9. Counteract the potential mold growth inside unused refrigerators, dishwashers and washing machines by leaving the doors open so they can dry out.
  10. Unplug anything that does not need to be plugged in to protect against lightning strikes.
  11. Install surge protectors throughout your home.
  12. Schedule pest control services.
  13. Bring in or cover lanai furniture.
  14. Lock all windows and doors.
Remember to provide Association Management up-to-date contact information and a current copy of your key for access in case of emergency.
The Association encourages all Unit Owners to garage their individual vehicles.
Vehicles parked in the common areas present a number of issues including the following:
  • Ingress and Egress by residents to garages and units is made more difficult and can lead to safety problems.
  • Parking for guests of unit owners becomes very restrictive.
No vehicles shall be parked in a manner that prevents another unit owner safe ingress and egress from their unit or their garage.
Any vehicle not in legal operating condition shall be restricted from the property or will be towed at the owner's expense.