Rules and Regulations Guide

Privacy Screens
  1. All exterior changes must be approve by the ARC (Architectural Review Committee) prior to any work commensing.

  2. Privacy screen may be install with ARC approval. Please check with your sections covenants to see what is allowed.

  3. Natural screening is allowed, in the form of Trees, shrubs and hedges. Shrub and hedges can not exceed 7 feet in heaight.

  4. Privacy screening MAY NOT be installed if the property borders the golf course.

  5. "Florida screen" can be used in lanai and pool cage frames. You cannot see through it.

  6. Pools must be enclosed by law either by fence or pool cage. The fence may only enclose the pool, not the entire yard. The fence must be approved by the ARC.

  7. Privacy screens must be PVC or similar polymer and MUST NOT be visible from the street. Side yard screening or fences and wood structures are prohibited.

  8. Trash cans and/or air conditioner equipment may be screened. It cannot be taller than 5 feet and must be PVC or polymer and must be approved by the ARC.

  9. Homes in the Doral unit may install fences but MUST obtain ARC approval BEFORE installing.

  10. Statutory regulations can be accessed for more information. The corresponding state statute is 720.3035