Vanderbilt Beach affords a pleasant residential environment and extensive recreational resources. Our residents include many people who live and work in the area year round, retirees who live here  either full time or seasonally, and also the multitudes of visitors who flock here to enjoy the beautiful weather and our world-renowned beach and resorts. Vanderbilt Beach is now considered to be one of the finest communities in southwest Florida, if not the country.  The Vanderbilt Beach Residents Association is dedicated to preserving the quality of life that we all enjoy.

Follow up to the Appraisal Post / Casualty Loss

As a follow up to our post regarding  casualty loss and a  pre and post appraisal of your property, please check with your tax preparer to see  if this would be beneficial to you.  You can always amend your tax return.   One company that has been doing a lot of work on Gulf Shore Drive is Appraisal Associates and Consultants in Naples.



Property tax relief: Hurricane Ian Application and information

The deadline for this application is April 3, 2023   This tax relief applies to residential property that could not be occupied (uninhabitable) for at least 30 day because of Hurricane Ian.    Supporting documents a will be required and this is explained on the form.  Questions should be directed to the property appraiser’s office 239-252-8141.

A copy of the form is attached.


Hurricane property tax relief

MSTU Meeting January 19, 2023

There is going to be a meeting January 19, 2023 for  5-7 pm  at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Pulte Family Life Center  regarding landscaping changes on the west side of Vanderbilt Drive.  The meeting will be an open forum with various stations to allow individual questions and feedback.  There is more information and directions in the document attached.

Public Meeting Announcement VB Landscaping 011923docx