History & Overview

The Central Viera Community Association, Inc. (CVCA) is the master association for residential and commercial properties west of I-95. CVCA was formed in 1994 when development of the Viera community starting moving from the east side of the interstate to the west side.

The master association is responsible for the maintenance and operations of CVCA parks and trails, right-of-way (ROW) landscape and irrigation maintenance on major roadways, stormwater management, homesite modification approval through the Architectural Review Committee and enforcement of the community-wide standard (design guidelines).

Membership in the Association is mandatory and all residential and commercial units west of I-95 are within the CVCA boundary and are members of the Association. All members are welcome to attend any CVCA meeting. The Voting Members of the CVCA during annual or special members meetings are the Presidents (or other designated representative) from all of the Neighborhood/District Associations within CVCA.

In addition to their governing documents (covenants, bylaws, etc.), homeowners' associations in Florida are subject to Florida Statute Chapter 720.  Chapter 720 sets forth HOA powers and duties, meeting requirements, budget and financial reporting requirements, board composition, voting membership, assessments, obligation of members, etc.  

Below are common acronyms used throughout this website when discussing the master-planned community of Viera and the HOAs within Viera.

CVCA Governing Documents

Acronyms We Use

BOD Board of Directors
CAM Community Association Manager
CCR Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
CDD Community Development District
CO Certificate of Occupancy
CVCA Central Viera Community Association, Inc.
DO Development Order
DRI Development of Regional Impact
FS Florida Statutes
FY Fiscal Year
HOA Homeowners’ Association
PUD Planned Unit Development
TVC The Viera Company
VBI Viera Builders, Inc.
VECA Viera East Community Association, Inc.
VSD Viera Stewardship District
VWP Viera Wilderness Park