Siesta Key Association, Siesta Key, Florida


The Siesta Key Association was formed as a 501(c)(4) nonprofit community group dedicated to maintaining Siesta Key as an attractive residential area. Our mission is to provide a representative voice with county government in civic and community affairs of interest to all property owners and residents on Siesta Key. 

SKA has over 2000 members, but we always welcome new ones.  Join us today to particpate in this important community organization.  Simply click the link to the right to get started.  Just a $30 yearly investment will help us all to protect the distinctive character of Siesta Key.

Sarasota County Debris Pickup

During our SKA Public Meeting on October 5, 2017, County Staff provided us with a handout to help people stay informed on debris pickup from Hurricame Irma. 

Please go to the link at the top of the page to read the general guidelines for debris pickup on the County website, then go to the interactive map link at the bottom of the page or the link from the County website to see the status and schedule for your location. 

Chief Ed McCrane advised us that dates far into the future will be moved in as they locate more equipment to do the pickup.  Ed told us they are using every option available to clean things up as soon as possible, but please be patient as plans evolve.


Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 4:30 PM

St. Boniface Episcopal Church – Parish Hall

5615 Midnight Pass Road – Siesta Key

 Speaker: Kyle Carson, Turtle Beach Campground Manager, will share updates for this unique Florida campground.

Speaker: Sean Yeager, Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation, will highlight our 63 year history of creating Siesta Key Parks, water access and beaches. He's joined by Siesta Key Beach Park Manager, Cindy Turner.

Special Guest:
Come thank Ed McCrane, Chief of Sarasota County  Emergency Operations, for the work of his team during Hurricane Irma.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Stay Active with the Siesta Key Association...

The Siesta Key Association has a rich tradition of representing and proactively lobbying for the rights of the citizens of Siesta Key, and it is becoming ever more critical to have an active body that represents the interest of all property owners on Siesta Key.

SKA needs volunteers who can actively participate in subcommittees which work closely with the County to beautify our island, look after the environment and ensure that zoning laws are followed, so that we can look forward to maintaining the essence of Siesta Key which is so important to all of us. Please contact for more information.

If you don't have the time to participate in subcommittees, you can learn more about what is happening in your community and contribute your ideas by attending any of the monthly SKA Public Meetings.

And don't forget to keep your email address current! We don't want to lose touch with you!


  • Provide advocacy for our members with County and State government
  • Maintain Siesta Key Overlay District standards
  • Protect natural environment of mangrove, tree canopy, beach vegetation, waterways, and wildlife
  • Pursue Siesta Key designation as Bicycle Friendly Community
  • Advocate for public pedestrian use of North Beach Road
  • Protect Sarasota Big Pass environment/ advocate alternatives for Lido Key renourishment
  • Assist noise moderation plan
  • Continue beach park collaborative planning
  • Advocate for minimal impact from Siesta Promenade development
  • SKUA decommission environmental protections
  • Code Red participation for all Siesta Key residents
  • Beautify and improve Siesta Key
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Siesta Key Association • PO Drawer 35200 • Sarasota, FL 34242 •