Hurricane Ian Update

Friday, September 30, 2022
In General: Our manager John Hagerty reports that we are doing well.  John and his staff have visually examined the exteriors of all buildings and they have inspected all roofs.  There is only minor damage to report, including a leak from one lanai and damage to some carport interior panels.  The office is open.  Trees blocking all roadways have been cleared for access.
Power: We lost power on Wednesday afternoon at about 5 PM.  Power was restored this morning to all clusters, except Cluster U (Woodlawn Units 651 - 667).  Most units where power has been restored have cable and broadband service.
If you are away, be sure to ask your Condo Watcher to inspect the interior of your unit for leaks or damage and to take care of any items left in your refrigerator or freezer.
Trees and Landscaping: Our landscape suffered damage throughout the area.  We lost many trees, and the winds battered many planted areas. Our workers and volunteers have cleared all roadways of major obstacles.  All damaged and downed trees have been identified, and cleanup is being scheduled.  Several trees fell on roofs but did not cause roof damage. All pools need to be cleared of debris, and cleanup has begun. Pools will reopen as they are cleared and the equipment is checked.
Hurricane photos can be viewed in the Photo Area.



Welcome to Wildewood Springs

in Bradenton, Florida


The Wildewood Springs Condominiums, modernist in design, are arranged in an 88-acre Audubon bird and wildlife sanctuary, an old Florida oasis of palm trees, live oaks, flowering trees, and lakes.  In our serene, natural setting, residents walk, jog, bike, and enjoy swimming pools, tennis courts, and pickle ball courts.  The rich cultural attractions of Sarasota or the miles of spectacular Gulf beaches on Anna Maria Island are within a 15-minute drive. 





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The Wildewood Springs Condominium Association (Wildewood Springs I) includes the 558 units with addresses on Pinehurst Drive, Sherwood Drive, Springdale Drive, Palm Tree Drive, Woodlawn Drive, Lakeside Drive, Oakview Drive, and Oak Drive.

Please note: Addresses on Tidewater Drive, Pine Needle Drive, Timberlake Drive, Lakewood Drive, Wild Palm Drive and Spring Lakes Drive are in other condominium associations in the developments of Wildewood Springs II and Spring Lakes, both adjacent to WWS I.

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