Gather with your fellow unit owners as the Board discusses the Association operations, maintenance, special projects, and other items affecting the Association.

The Board of Directors for the The Villas of St. Agnes Condominium Association, Inc. hosts monthly meetings every 2nd Tuesday of the month. We are still meeting only online and social distancing in an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Thanks for your understanding.

The agenda will be posted at least 48 hours prior to the meeting, so any Association members who wish to address a specific matter at the meeting, please send your request to the board of directors prior to such time to ensure that you are acknowledged during the meeting.


Originally Posted: Jan 11, 2019 5:24:12 PM

Massey Services will be providing treatment of the foundation of all units to help prevent termite infestation.

You may see technicians around your units over the next few days injecting this treatment. They may need to use a few gallons of water from your tap.

Please do not hinder their access to any areas they need to. However, it is certainly ok to ask them questions.

If you should have any questions about this, feel free to contact the board at

Jan 11, 2019 5:24:12 PM

This is to let everyone know that the City of Miami will no longer have Bulk Trash pick up on our premises and that the Villas residents will need to drop off their bulk trash at our closest:

Neighborhood Trash and Recycling Centers

West Little River

1839 NW 79th Street


Click the link for the: Mini Dump Facility

Location: 1290 NW 20 STREET

Call: 311

Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM MONDAY - SATURDAY

CLOSED: Sunday, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. & Christmas Day

1. When possible cover up and stay in doors with screens or air conditioning

2. When going outside use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)- registered insect repellent. Always follow the product label instructions. Treat your clothing as well. ?

3. Regularly empty and scrub, turn over and cover or throw out any items that hold water like; buckets, planters, toys, Flowerpot saucers or trash containers. Mosquitos lay their eggs near open water.

4. When traveling this Summer check the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website for updated advisories.

Control Mosquitos outside your home