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>>>A Deed-Restricted Single-Family Home Gated Community in Central Florida<<<
HOMEOWNERS - Questions? Contact Ramona Leccese, Property Manager   or   407-788-6700  ext. 51406
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 9, 2014, any home purchased after this date can only be purchased for single family home occupancy use by the new owner (ABSOLUTELY NO RENTALS). 
FOR REALTORS ONLY - need gate access to show "For Sale" inventory to prospective buyers?
Contact: Ramona Leccese, Property Manager at 407-788-6700 ext. 51406

Latest News
Funding Approved for Septic to Sewer Conversion
Posted on Oct 16, 2020
Commissioner Christine Moore has announced funding for the septic to sewer project in Sweetwater West was approved (see below).
From: Commissioner Christine Moore
Subject:We have received funding from the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection!
Good afternoon Sweetwater West residents. I have very good news to share!

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) leadership contacted me today to let me know they will provide $4.3 million for the septic-to-sewer conversion in your subdivision. This means we can proceed now with conversion, if you choose to vote in favor of doing so.

Some of you were here this past Tuesday at a friendly picket at the Orange County Administration Building urging the FDEP to provide the money. Your persistence and dedication worked. My office will be in touch very soon regarding the next step. Thank you again.

Christine Moore
Orange County Commissioner District 2
Trick or Treating in Sweetwater West
Posted on Oct 14, 2020
Safety guidelines from the CDC discourage Americans from taking part in traditional trick or treating, as it may be one of the riskiest traditions during the Corona Virus pandemic.
Infectious disease experts say the most significant risk in trick or treating is spending time in close contact with those who don't live in your home.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and Dr. Paul Pino have stated trick or treating during a pandemic would be a nightmare.  "It's not so much the crowds of people they're worried about, but having a child grab a piece of candy that has already been touched by several other people, unwrapping it, then popping it into their mouth without washing their hands.
Taking the recommendations of the CDC and Orange County Officials into consideration, it is with regret that your Board of SWW highly recommends children do not trick or treat in our neighborhood this year.
Let's all stay safe.
Sweetwater West HOA Coordination Meeting Presentation Aug. 27, 2020
Posted on Sep 9, 2020
A print-friendly PDF of the Sweetwater West HOA Coordination Meeting presentation on Aug. 27, 2020, is accessible here.
Septic to Sewer Frequently Asked Questions
Posted on Aug 26, 2020
Find answers to frequently asked questions about the septic to sewer plan here.
Septic to Sewer Update: HOA Coordination Meeting July 16, 2020
Posted on Jul 17, 2020
The Orange County presentation, "Sweetwater West HOA Coordination Meeting" delivered July 16, 2020, is accessible here.
Volunteering to support community events
Posted on Dec 18, 2019
If you like to plant flowers, put up holiday decorations, or simply enjoy meeting your neighbors, you might want to consider volunteering to support Sweetwater West community events. Let us know if you are interested! Send an email to Ramona Leccese at
Sweetwater West HOA Board of Directors provide additional traffic control
Posted on Jul 23, 2019
In an effort to provide additional traffic control, the Board of Directors has engaged the services of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies will begin patrolling our neighborhood.
Resident-only access to entrance/exit gates at Northfield Drive
Posted on Aug 18, 2018
All Sweetwater West residents are hereby notified of the following changes to usage of the entrance/exit gates at Northfield Drive (also known as the Welch Road gates).  Starting Labor Day weekend (on or around Saturday, September 1, 2018), only Sweetwater West residents will be allowed to enter and exit our Community at the Welch Road gates with the use of the remote hand operation gate openers (which residents should already be in possession of).  The Board has determined the excess damage to the gates at Welch Road should cease when non-residential/commercial traffic is re-routed to our main gate area (off of Wekiva Springs Road).
If you currently do not possess a gate opener, contact our Property Manager, Ramona Leccese at 407-788-6700 extension 51404 or at to obtain one before September 1.  Property Management will not be available over the Holiday weekend, so if you fail to do this, you will need to contact Ramona on Tuesday, September 4.

We are asking all residents to be patient and cooperate with our HOA Board in the interests of preserving our Welch Road gating system.  Thank you!



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