FAQ
Frequently asked questions about the Bird Bay Community.

 
Around Bird Bay
  • Do I need a parking pass?
    Parking passes are required for all vehicles of owners in the BB Condo Assn; Phase I, II, IV and V.  The parking sticker should be placed in the upper right hand corner of the rear window.  All overnight guests also need a parking pass.  Please request a temporary parking pass for your guests in the BB Condo Management Office.  Seasonal renters are required to register their vehicle and put a parking sticker on the rear window upper right hand corner.
  • How do I find out more about my phase or condo association?
    Residents can learn about their phase or condo association by attending monthly meetings (posted on the calendar on the website and monthly bulletin), checking the outdoor bulletin boards in your phase, reading the monthly Bird Bay Village Bulletin, especially the pages entitled Association News that includes contact and management information for each Bird Bay Village Phase.  In addition important information is posted on the News Articles page of the website. The website also includes key documents and meeting minutes as provided by each phase and Assn.
  • What is the minimum rental period?
    Bird Bay Condo units can be rented for a minimum of 3 consecutive months.  A contract, lease form, and administration fee may be required.   Check with your condo management for details.
  • Where are Wilhelm's 4 year plans for revitalizing Bird Bay Landscaping found
    This applies only to Phase I, II, IV, and V.
     
    The
    4-year plan for your phase can be located on the Bird Bay website.
     
    Login In, then select from the menu
    Members/Documents and then select the phase you are a member of. 
    click on Landscape Plan.
     
     
  • Who should residents contact with landscape requests or concerns?
    Residents should contact their management office with landscape requests or concerns.

Bird Bay Community Association
  • What is the Bird Bay Community Association?
    The Community Association does not own or maintain any condo units but it is responsible to the Owners of all 1026 units across all Bird Bay Village phases.  What is BBCA?
     
    The Community Association is responsible for Bird Bay’s recreational buildings including the Club House, Fitness Room, Library and Multi-Purpose Room as well as recreation facilities: the main pool and the tennis, pickle ball, bocce and shuffle board courts. 
     
    The Community Association also organizes Bird Bay’s weekly and monthly activities including dances, speakers and coffees; bingo, cards and games; exercise activities; movie nights; and events like the Flea Market, Craft Show, and the Fashion Show.
  • How do I find out more about the Bird Bay Community Association and what this Board is doing?
    The BBV Community Association keeps residents informed through monthly Community Board meetings in season, (check the calendar for times) the monthly Bird Bay Village Bulletin, the Bird Bay website, the resident directory and the Community E-Blast program used for emailing important information.
     
    The Bird Bay website also includes copies of the Community Association Board’s meeting minutes and past issues of the Bird Bay Bulletin.
  • How do I find out about activities at Bird Bay Village?
    Residents can find out about the many activities Bird Bay Village offers through the monthly Bird Bay Village Bulletin, especially the calendar included at the center of every issue, as well as the Bird Bay website and your phase’s outdoor bulletin boards. 

Hurricane Preparation
  • Where do I find information on Hurricane Preparation
    Hurricane season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30
     
    Below are some links that may be useful.
     
     
     
  • Will the Bird Bay clubhouse be open during a Hurricane?   (New)
    Hurricane Shelter Info
    Posted on Jun 22, 2018
     
    All Bird Bay Owners,
     
    In the event of a hurricane, the Bird Bay Community Association and Management strongly encourage all residents to make their own plan to evacuate or make arrangements to go to an authorized hurricane shelter.  
    At this point, there is no plan to open the Bird Bay clubhouse during a hurricane.  The clubhouse is not approved for or equipped to be a hurricane shelter.  
    For your information, we have attached the latest Emergency Services Evacuation publication from Sarasota County that lists approved shelters in the area. 
    Thank you,
    Bird Bay Management
     
     
     
  • Where are Hurricane Shelters located in the Venice area?   (New)