Laurel Oak

Association Documents

In a community with a Homeowners Association, the governing documents benefit everyone by outlining the terms and conditions for residents, tenants, and guests to follow. At Laurel Oak Park, those documents give the responsibility and accountability for applying and interpreting the rules to the Board of Directors, which is elected by the homeowners.

Architectural Review Committee (ARC)

There’s a variety of looks within the community and a consistency of style without being “cookie cutter.” It’s the job of the Architectural Review Committee to maintain that look by reviewing any modifications to landscaping, residences or hardscapes prior to project beginning.

The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) are homeowner volunteers that report directly to the Board of Directors. Homeowners are required to submit any intended modifications to their lot for review prior to implementation.  An ARC review form is available below.

What projects are you thinking about starting? If it’s fencing, pavers for driveways / walkways, exterior painting, tree planting or landscape changes, you’ll need to complete an ARC form.

ARC-Req-Form-2023 

Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions For Laurel Oak Park

As a deed restricted community, all residents agreed to follow the governing documents when they purchased homes in Laurel Oak Park. The governing document for Laurel Oak Park is the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (as amended 2017).  The CCRs can be below. In it you will find important guidance about Architectural Review (Article IV), Building Restrictions (Articles V & VI) and fencing (Exhibit J).

Declaration of CCRs

FL Statute 720-Homeowners' Associations

Homeowners associations in the State of Florida are governed by two primary statutes, which can be found through the links below. As protection to Florida homeowner communities, all persons serving as directors are required to become certified in basic knowledge of the statutes as part of their fiduciary duty as a director.

Florida Chapter 720—Homeowners’ Associations

Florida Chapter 617—Corporations Not For Profit

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