BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR
We have some basic rules designed to help ensure safe enjoyment for all property Owners here at JLPOA. Each of us has responsibility to other Owners to…
KEEP YOUR LOT CLEAN
Covenants Section 5.6 Maintenance of Lots and Improvements, and 5.13 Inoperable Vehicles. Owners are responsible for the maintenance and repair of their property and improvements on their Lot including removal or replacement of dead or diseased vegetation and removal of weeds and debris. Similarly inoperable vehicles (including uninhabitable mobile homes or nonfunctional RVs) cannot be kept onsite for more than 45 days. JLPOA shall have the authority, after giving the Owner written notice, to enter, and clean up Lots which do not conform, and to collect costs from the Owner.
MANAGE YOUR PETS
Keep dogs under direct control at all times. AND CLEAN UP AFTER THEM!
Covenants Section 5.8. When away from your Lot, pets must be on a leash or otherwise under Owner’s Direct Control. Feces left by Pets, (including on Owners Lot) must be removed promptly. Owners shall hold JLPOA harmless from any claim resulting from any action of their pets or pets of their tenants, guests or other invitees. Poop bag stations are available throughout the JLPOA village—so there is no excuse for not cleaning up after your dog.
MANAGE YOUR TRASH
Covenants Section Section 5.12 Trash Removal. If dumpster is full such that the lid cannot be closed, use a dumpster in another cal-de-sac. To help control flies, please keep lid closed at all times when not in use, and bagging and tying trash off will also help control flies. Dumpsters are emptied each Friday during high season, and less during winter months.
The dumpsters are a shared resource. Respect your neighbors by not putting anything not originating from within the community, or hazardous materials, furniture, appliances or other large items in JLPOA dumpsters. Large items should be hauled off at your own expense, or saved for the roll-off located by the clubhouse in late May each year.
MAINTAIN THE PEACE
Bylaws Section 5.10 Nuisances. Owners agree to respect neighbors by avoiding behaviors that unreasonably interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of any other Owner of their Lot or any Common Area. JLPOA recommends as reasonable quiet enjoyment hours 12:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and 1:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as Sunday of high season Holiday weekends (specifically Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day). These reasonable guidelines for peaceful enjoyment standards do not mean total silence—merely the respectful use and enjoyment of one’s Lot or Common Areas that does not unreasonably interfere with another Owner’s use and enjoyment. Simply, be a good neighbor.
USE YOUR MRV RESPONSIBLY
Rules MRV Use. Our roads are a shared resource and road maintenance is paid for by JLPOA dues. Similarly, as an Owner community we want to maintain safe enjoyment of MRVs on our roads, and allow underage driving within the following Rules:
Donuts, brake skidding, power sliding, etc., are not only unsafe, but cause costly road damage. Similarly, MRV water fights, tag and other forms of horseplay are prohibited.
Lot numbers must be clearly posted on all MRVs.
MRV operating hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., with adult use only after 9:00 p.m. MRV headlights are required for use after dark. This includes clubhouse dances and activities.
Overloading any MRV is prohibited. Passenger Capacities are limited to seats available for driver and riders.
Minimum age to operate any MRV capable of exceeding 5 MPH is 12 years of age without onboard adult supervision (at least 18 years old, in front seat) or JLPOA driver training certification. Kid-sized MRVs are restricted to road immediately in front of Owner’s Lot(s).
MAKE SURE YOUR GUESTS KNOW OUR RULES
Make sure your guests or tenants know the rules at JLPOA, because you are responsible for their activities. Any fines will be levied against you as a JLPOA Owner.
Please have a conversation with your neighbor first, and if that doesn’t help file a complaint.
Owners have a responsibility to attempt to resolve nuisance complaints on their own by speaking to the neighbor in question. If the nuisance continues, Owners may file a formal, written complaint [hyperlink to Suggestion/Complaint form].
Owners accused of a Covenant or Bylaw violation that is yet unresolved will be given the opportunity for a hearing to address the charges brought by another Owner. Depending on the outcome of the hearing, the Board may assess substantial fines in support of correcting the situation.
1st Offense $100
2nd Offense $250
3rd Offense $500