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Governing Documents
The following Documents are available and can be downloaded as "pdf" documents (for viewing and printing) by clicking on the following links:

The purpose of this document book is to familiarize homeowners with the objectives, scope and application of design standards and restrictions which will be used to maintain the aesthetic appearance and environmental quality of the community.  The document provides specific design standards and guidelines that have been adopted by the Board of Directors of the Homeowners Association. It also explains the application and review process that must be adhered to by homeowners seeking approval for any exterior modifications or changes to their homes or lots that are subject to approval by the Association.

The "Articles of Incorporation" (sometimes also referred to as the Certificate of Incorporation or the Corporate Charter) are the primary rules governing the management of a corporation in the United States and Canada, and are filed with a state or other regulatory agency.

 In an effort to maintain the uniform look of the community and keep the area inviting and attractive, the HOA draws up a list of rules, procedures and policies that are meant to keep the peace in the community.

“A Working Copy” This document was created as a convenience for easier reading and referance. It combines the origional PUD agreement with all the amendments to read as a single document. Any parts that were deleted or recised are not shown; only the current, in force versions of wording and format are shown.

Master Homeowners’ Association Policy & Procedures

Estoppel letter

Board Meeting Rules for Resident Participation

Policy for Community Events at   HOA Clubhouse

Board Meeting Videotaping or Tape Recording Guidelines

Collection Policy

Guidelines for Installing a Satellite Dish

Pool Rules

Tennis Court Rules

Guidelines for Driveway Resurfacing and Staining

City of Port Orange Reclaimed Water Policy

City of Port Orange Stormwater Policy

Frequently Asked Questions – Conservation Easements

St. John’s Water District Landscape Policy


Paver Guidelines