April 11, 2014
I love living in Village Green, so should you! You are close to beautiful beaches, 3-4 miles away. You have the theaters, mucho restaurants, arts here and in Sarasota, fishing, parasailing, Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot, Lowes, Macy’s, grocery stores galore, medical centers all close by and the best of weather …one of the finest places on earth to live!
We are at a crossroads in Village Green! The value of your home depends on the up-keep of the Village Green community as a whole, Condos and Homes. We need everyone to participate in helping maintain and improve our favorite neighborhood. More...
Village Green is a deed restricted community where neighbors are friends and are proud to say they live in Village Green! Village Green is managed by the non-mandatory Village Green Homeowners' Association (VGHA). The VGHA Board of Directors is composed of dedicated and talented volunteers who are not compensated for their service.
Village Green is a prime subdivision within the City of Bradenton, Florida, located several blocks from the Palma Sola Bay beaches and just three miles from Anna Maria Island and its famous Gulf of Mexico beaches.
The Village includes 1001 residences and over 2000 happy people. Residences include villa style condominiums and free standing homes. Common Grounds are kept in park-like condition by the VGHA.
This website is the VGHA's primary means of communication. Our goal is to provide information to all in a timely and efficient manner. The website you are viewing was recently constructed due to difficulties in transitioning the original website to a new webmaster. We were unfortunately unable to retain the original website.
Robert "Bob" Grant, Village Green resident and longtime VGHA Webmaster, passed away unexpectedly from a sudden illness in mid-March. Through his dedicated service, the VGHA began and maintained its web presence over the years. Bob was a skilled Webmaster and coded the original website himself. His technical skillsets were unique. He is, and will be, sadly missed! The VGHA community extends its sympathies to the Grant family, especially his wife, Donna.
Paul Listerman resigned from the VGHA Board at the April meeting after serving as Chair or Assistant Chair of the Maintenance Committee since 2006. The VGHA Board wishes Paul the best in his well-deserved retirement from this important Board position.
Please contact the webmaster if you have any suggestions for improvements to the website or need assistance locating information.