Home Owners’ Association (HOA) - Enforcement of Covenants and Restrictions.
The Eagle Harbor community is comprised of three (3) Master HOA’s and five (5) sub-associations (see detailed list and map below).
Each Master HOA, and each sub-association, has its own board of directors, and operates its own annual budget. Each board is responsible for enforcement of its respective Covenants and Restrictions (CCRs), and Architectural Review Guidelines. Most HOA’s in Eagle Harbor are comprised of the HOA Board of Directors, the Architectural Review Committee (ARC), and the Covenant Enforcement Appeals Committee (CEAC).
The HOA’s are responsible for enforcement of ongoing residential concerns, generally items listed under Article V of the Covenants and Restrictions, which includes but is not limited to: property & lawn maintenance, proper storage of trash cans/recycle bins & any temporary items, parking of boats, RV, and/or campers, etc. The ARC is responsible for review and approval of all residential, and community changes/improvements as noted in Article IV of the Covenants and Restrictions, ARC Guidelines, Neighborhood Addendums, and Landscape Design Requirements, which includes but is not limited to: fences, driveway extensions/changes, roof changes, installation of pools, screen enclosures, patios, room additions, sheds, home color change, etc. In accordance with state statutes, the CEAC is responsible to hear appeals from those residents who may have been issued a fine by the HOA board of directors for non-compliance of the governing documents.
*Each homeowner signs documentation, at closing, which states that he/she has received a copy of the community governing documents. If you did not receive these documents, you can locate them here on the website or contact your respective HOA representative to obtain a copy for your review.