A Homeowners Association is typically a non-profit corporation registered with the State and managed by an elected Board of Trustees. The purpose of the Association is to maintain all common areas and to govern the neighborhood in accordance with the provision of the Declaration of Covenant and the Code of Regulations.
How much is the HOA assessment and when is payment due?
The assessment is currently $400 per year. Payment is due by January 31. Visit the HOA Assessments page for more information.
Is membership in the HOA mandatory?
Yes, it is mandatory. Assessments pay for Neighborhood expenses. Visit the HOA Assessments page for more information.
What happens if the HOA assessment is not paid?
Payment of your assessment is your financial obligation to the HOA. Visit the HOA Assessments page for an outline of the collection process.
What is the Architectural Improvement Process?
Any additions to your home’s architecture (decks etc.) or fence installations need to be reviewed by the FOBC Board before installation. No fences higher than 4 feet or fences made out of wire/steel will be allowed. We also do not allow sheds of any kind on the property. Please submit an Architectural Improvement request including blueprints for any of the above mentioned endeavors prior to beginning the project.
Violation of Covenants & Restrictions
What is the process for reporting a violation of the covenants and restrictions?
After all attempts have failed to reconcile the situation with your neighbor, a complaint can be filed with the Board. All violation complaints must be made in writing and must include your name and address. You must include a description of the violation, the address of the violation, and the time(s) and date(s) seen.