GENERAL HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION INFORMATION
What does the Association do?
The Association is a non-profit corporation managed by a Board of Directors elected by the owners. The Board is responsible for the management of the Association’s funds, the enforcement of the deed restrictions, and the maintenance of common area property.
A homeowners association (sometimes HOA) is an organization comprised of all owners of units in a housing development, which may or may not be part of a gated community.
What is the purpose of a Community Association?
* Manage common areas of the property
* Manage property interests of homeowners
* Provide services for homeowners
* Develop a sense of community through social activities and/or amenities
What are the CC&R’s ?
The covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) are the governing documents that dictate how the homeowners association operates and what rules the owners, tenants, and guests — must obey. These legal documents might also be called the bylaws, the master deed, the houses rules or another name. These documents and rules are legally enforceable by the homeowners association, unless a specific provision conflicts with federal, state or local laws.
Below, please find our Governing Documents:
- Seascape Village Architectural Guidelines
- Seascape Village Architectural Guidelines for Accessory Dwelling Units & Junior Accessory Dwelling Units
- Seascape Village Bylaws
- Seascape Village CC&R’s
- Seascape Village CC&R’s Amendment
- Seascape Village Election Rules
- Seascape Village Garage Door Specifications
- Seascape Village Landscape Charter
- Seascape Village Parking Rules with Enclosures
- Seascape Village Pickup Truck & Parking
- Seascape Village Pool Rules
- Seascape Village Rules & Regulations
- Seascape Village Sign Specifications
- Seascape Village Solar ARC Guidelines
- Seascape Village Video Camera Guidelines
- Seascape Village Estate Sale & Large Dumpster Regulations & Requirements