Port Antigua Property Owners’ Association

 Lower Matecumbe Key, Florida

Welcome

Port Antigua is a “Deed Restricted” community located close to the southernmost boundary of Islamorada in the beautiful Florida Keys. On Lower Matecumbe Key, we consist of over 300 properties which have come to be one of the more desirable neighborhoods in the area.  Our gorgeous white sand beach with its Tikis, picnic tables, and grills, our wide canals, and the private boat ramp all make Port Antigua a great place to live, vacation, or simply get away for a while.

Notice

Please be sure to email any correspondence for the Association to: info@portantigua.net.
Emails sent to Board and/or Committee members may not be acted on in a timely fashion.

Upcoming Meetings

Architectural Control Committee

Sometime in December, 2021, maybe?
via ZOOM
.
See your email or the Property Owner’s page for
instructions on how to join the meeting.

Board of Directors

Monday, December 20, 2021 at 10:30 AM
via ZOOM.
Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Monroe County,
the PAPOA will hold a virtual meeting.

See the Property Owner’s page for
instructions on how to join the meeting.

Port Antigua POA Newsletter

‘Tigua Tails
Fall/Winter 2021

PAPOA News and Events

News
Updated 09/20/2021

PAPOA News and Events

Events
Updated 07/17/2021

PAPOA FAQ

FAQ
Updated 12/19/2019

Letter from the President

Thank you for visiting the Port Antigua Property Owners’ Association website.  We are excited to offer our members and their familes, as well as potential members and visitors, this portal into our community.

The PAPOA was founded to preserve the values and amenities of the Port Antigua community as well as to maintain its common properties.  Overseeing this effort is our Board of Directors which is comprised of residents who have volunteered their time and talents to keep our community the desirable neighborhood it is.  We are ALWAYS open to suggestions on how to improve the community and for better ways to accomplish our goals.  And we welcome offers to participate  in our work as we have plenty of room for more volunteers.  You can make a difference.

The website has been designed to help you get information you need as easily and quickly as possible, whether it concerns building a house, adding on to your home, or renting one of the existing ones. 

Please let us know how we are doing!

Oscar Callejas

P.A.P.O.A. Calendar

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5 6 7 8 9 10HAZMAT DropoffHAZMAT DropoffTime: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Drop off hazardous waste (paint, weed killer, poisons, etc.).
Founders Park
86800 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036
Map
11HAZMAT DropoffHAZMAT DropoffTime: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Drop off hazardous waste (paint, weed killer, poisons, etc.)
Founders Park
86800 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036
Map
12HAZMAT DropoffHAZMAT DropoffTime: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Drop off hazardous waste (paint, weed killer, poisons, etc.).
Founders Park
86800 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036
Map
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19 20Board of Directors MtgBoard of Directors MtgTime: 10:30 am
Matecumbe United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
81831 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036
Map
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Association Rules

Read the Rules of the Association here.

Building Guide

Check here before construction/renovation.

Contact

General Correspondence. Email Mari Joiner, CAM.

Waste Collection

Recycling, trash and yard refuse containers’ policy.

Local Community Resources

Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Suspect a crime against Florida’s fish, wildlife or natural resources? See an injured animal? Call 888-404-3922 or *FWC.  You can also text TIP@myfwc.com

Village of Islamorada
Acting Village Manager: Maria Bassett
305-664-6445

Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
Call 911 if you see anything suspicious of a criminal nature. Report violations and other non-emergency issues to the Sheriff’s dispatch at 305-853-3211.

USCG – Station Islamorada
CG Sector Key West is responsible for monitoring fuel spills. Report fuel or oil spills in the canals to them at 800-424-8802.