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WOODBRIDGE at EAGLE HARBOR, A CONDOMINIUM RULES AND REGULATIONS Periodically, the Board of Directors (the “Board”) may adopt general rules, pursuant to the Declaration and the Condominium Act, including, but not limited to, rules to regulate and clearly define existing or potential problems relating to the use of the Condominium Property and the well being of Members. All such rules and any subsequent amendments thereto shall be binding on all Members, except where expressly provided otherwise in such rule. These Rules and Regulations have been adopted by the Woodbridge at Eagle Harbor Board of Directors on June 28, 2011 and will be effective August 1, 2011. 1)
(a) Signs: Signs for the Purpose of Sale or Rental of a unit are permitted without ARB approval, so long as, (i) Sign MUST be neatly lettered such as to be neat and professional looking; (ii) Sign MUST be displayed within a standard metal frame commonly used by realtors for such purpose, and supported by two “legs” designed to be pushed into the soil without digging; (iii) Sign may not be larger than 24” x 46”, installed within metal the frame; (iv) Top frame of sign may be no higher than 46 inches from ground level; (v) Sign must be placed parallel to the front wall of the unit and placed fully in the mulched area behind where the grass area and mulch bed meet; (vi) No more than one (1) sign is authorized per unit, except that a second sign may be displayed next to the first to advertise an Open House Event; (b) Signs for the purpose of an Open House Event are permitted without ARB approval, so long as, (i) One sign that conforms to specifications (1 thru 4) above may be displayed along the highway at the entrance to the community, and may have up to three eye catching balloons attached; (ii) No signs may be placed within the center island or mulch beds at the front entrance of the community with the exception of signs announcing monthly and special Board Meeting; (iii) No more than three (3) directional signs may be placed in the community; (iv) Signs advertising an Open House Event and directional signs cannot be erected prior to dawn on the day of, and MUST be removed by sundown on the day of the event; (v) Other items such as, but not limited to, flags, banners, and streamers for the purpose of advertizing an Open House event are not permitted at any time.
Any sign for the purpose of Sale or Rental of a unit that fails to meet the restrictions as identified in the policy will be in violation and will be removed by the Association or its designate. Signs for purposes other than the Sale or Rental of a unit, and home security systems are NOT permitted without prior written approval from the Architectural Review Board (ARB).
No nuisance shall be permitted to exist on any Unit or other property within the Condominium. Extreme care must be exercised in the making of noise, use of musical instruments, radios, televisions, or amplifiers that may disturb other residents.
Hanging of garments, towels, blankets, rugs and the like from decks, porches, balconies, windows or from any facades of the property is prohibited. No clothes line or exterior clothes drying apparatus shall be permitted except as authorized by the Declarant, the Board or the Architectural Review Board, if one be established by the Board.
Storage and collection of trash and the storage of firewood shall be at the rear of the home, or side yards within fenced areas, or within garages. There may be no contact of stored wood with the ground, fences or buildings and this rule shall be subject to amendments hereof set forth by the Declarant, the Board or the Architectural Review Board, if one be established by the Board.
No television or satellite antennas are permitted except as stated herein. (a) One satellite dish antenna may be erected on any Unit. Such dish antenna must not exceed 40 inches in diameter; not be visible from any street; and be screened from view of any adjoining Unit(s), street(s) and/or Common Area. It shall meet the requirements set forth below: (i) Eighteen inches or less Diameter Dish. This size dish may be located on the rear of the house either just below the roof ridge or on the fascia board below the roof eaves. The dish may be located within the rear yard. When located in the rear yard the dish must be screened from view from any adjoining property. Screening shall be with landscaping shrubs of sufficient height and density, at planting, to prevent view of the dish. Any cable associated with satellite dish or antenna shall be buried or shall not be visible on the structure to which it is attached or extended. (ii) Eighteen inches to 40 inch dish. This size dish may only be located behind the rear foundation line of the house and may not be located within the rear yard setback or any easement. The dish must be fully screened from view of any adjoining Unit(s), Street(s) or Common Elements. Screening shall be by landscape materials. Any cable associated with satellite dish or antenna shall be buried or shall not be visible on the structure to which it is attached or extended. (iii) Any dishes that are visible from property other than the Unit on which installed shall be painted, if necessary, to better blend with their surroundings. Other requirements which do not conflict with Federal, State or local law or with Federal Communication Commission rules and regulations, in effect from time to time, may be put into effect by the Board. (b) Owners that comply with the requirements of this paragraph (5) are not required to obtain Architectural Review Board (“ARB”) approval before installation of the satellite dish. Owners that deviate from these guidelines are required to make application
to the ARB for a variance from the Guidelines. The ARB is not required to approve a variance from this paragraph. If it can be demonstrated that the owner can reasonably comply with these requirements without sacrificing quality of reception and without unreasonable additional expense. 6)
Sidewalks shall not be obstructed or used for any other purpose than ingress and egress.
No resident, guest or lessee shall paint the exterior of his unit other than the original color without written approval of the Declarant, the Board or the Architectural Review Board, if one be established by the Board, it being intended to preserve and present a uniform appearance for the community.
All motor vehicles shall be driven on the paved portion of the street. No motor vehicles shall be driven on pathways or in Common Areas, except vehicles authorized to maintain, repair or improve the Common Area.
Parking of all commercial and recreational vehicles, as further defines in the Declaration, is prohibited. Inoperable vehicles or stored vehicles may not be parked or left in any portion of the Common Elements. All street parking will be in designated parking spaces defined as between the white striping running perpendicular to the curb. Parking must be within 18 inches of the curb. The only exception is construction or maintenance vehicles working in the area.
In adherence to the Isle of Wight County Code(Chapter 3, Articles 1 thru 4), the Woodbridge Board of Directors has adopted the following guidelines governing the keeping and control of pets. (a) No wild animals of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept in any unit or on the Condominium Property. Companion animals, not to exceed three (3) per unit, may be kept by residents on the Condominium Property without the approval of the Woodbridge COA. (b) A pet may be maintained in a unit so long as it is not a nuisance. Actions that will constitute a nuisance include, but not limited to, abnormal or unreasonable crying, barking, scratching, or unhygienic offensiveness. (c) All dogs and domesticated cats more than four (4) months of age shall be inoculated for rabies, in accordance with the Isle of Wight County Code. A certificate of inoculation shall be submitted to the Property Manager. Dogs more than four (4) months old shall be licensed by the County, in accordance with County Code. Proof of licensing shall be submitted to the Property Manager. Residents must submit inoculation and licensing documentation to the Property Manager within thirty (30) days of (a) establishing residence in Woodbridge at Eagle Harbor; or (b) acquiring a pet described herein. (d) Pet owners are fully responsible for any personal injuries, property damage or both, caused by their pets. (e) All dogs must be on a leash and in the presence and control of a handler, when outside the Unit. All other pets recognized as appropriate for habitation in residences shall be housed in cages when out of the Unit. Residents shall not allow any pet, including domesticated cats, to roam free on the Condominium Property. (f) Pet owners shall pick up all pet droppings anywhere on the Condominium Property. All droppings shall be placed in either the pet stations so designated for this purpose or the owners trash. Residents shall not allow pets to urinate on flower beds, shrubs, trees, or light posts anywhere in the Condominium Property.
If an underground watering system is at any time installed by Declarant or the Association on any part of the Condominium property, the Association shall be responsible for the system’s maintenance and operation.
All fences and enclosures must have prior written approval by the Declarant, the Board or the Architectural Review Board, if one be established by the Board, as to location, material and design. Any fence or wall built on any of the Units shall be maintained in a proper manner so as not to detract from the value and desirability of the surrounding property.
In the event an Owner shall fail to maintain his Unit and the improvements situated thereon as provided herein or in the Declaration, the Association, after notice to the Owner and approval of the Board of Directors shall have the right to enter upon such Unit to correct such failure. All costs related to such correction, including an overhead or supervision charge, shall become a special assessment upon such Unit, and shall be regarded as any other assessment with respect to lien rights of the Association and remedies provided herein for nonpayment.
Exterior Attachments are defined as any item attached to the exterior of the condominium, Attachments are limited to the following items: Flag Holders Hooks for small decorations, flower pots, wind chimes, etc. Exterior attachments will be allowed to the wood portions of the unit only. Items such as flag holders and hooks for decorations or flower pots may be tastefully attached to the unit in a professional and neat manner. The screws or hooks used may not exceed ¼ inch in diameter. When removed, the unit owner is required to fill the holes and touch up with matching paint. The area should appear as if nothing has ever been attached. No Architectural Review Board approval is required if this standard procedure is strictly adhered to. Any deviation will require an ARB request and installation must wait for the standard approvals. For condominiums where soffits, fascia and garage door jams are vinyl wrapped no additional attachments will be allowed. The hooks and flag holder provided during the wrapping process are the only allowed locations for Attachments.
Residents are allowed to rent their unit based on the following provisions: (a) The owner of a Condominium Unit shall, promptly following the execution of any lease of a Condominium Unit, forward a copy of the conforming lease to the Board of Directors. It is the responsibility of the lessor to transfer to his lessees all of the Condominium Instruments originally provided to said lessor, but the lessee is required to comply with these instruments even though the lessor may have failed to comply.
(b) Leases or Rental Agreements must be on a written form of lease and must conform to the following: Lease or Rental period not less than twelve (12) months. Lessee must agree to comply with the Condominium Instruments and Rules and Regulations Lessee must agree that failure to comply with Instruments and Rules and Regulations constitutes a default Provides that the Board of Directors has the power to terminate the lease or bring summary proceedings to evict the tenant in the name of the lessor after forty-five (45) days prior written notice to the Unit Owner in the event of a default by the lessee Exterior Holiday Lights/Decorations. Exterior Holiday Lights/Decorations may be up no earlier than 45 days before given holiday and taken down no later than 30 days after holiday is over. There will be a penalty for not removing lights/decorations within 30 days. Homeowner shall be fined $25/week after 30 days until all lights/decorations are removed.
The BOD reserves the right to utilize any means necessary within the parameters of the Declarations and local and state laws to ensure compliance. If Holiday Lights/Decorations have not been removed at 60 days, the BOD reserves the right to contract a Licensed and Bonded contractor (i.e. gutter or roofing company or licensed handyman) to remove said lights/decorations. The BOD will provide a box and the lights/decorations will be placed in an orderly fashion on the Homeowner’s front porch. A bill will be sent from the HOA to the Homeowner within a 48 hour period. 17) Playground and Sports Equipment: 1) Playground or sports equipment: a. All swing sets, and trampolines or “jumpers/bounces” are prohibited without prior ARB approval. b. Because of the inherent danger and possible property damage caused by some exterior recreation sports and athletic apparatus mechanically operated or otherwise, equipment such as but not limited to; tennis ball machines, archery targets, racquetball/handball walls, baseball/softball batting cages, golf practice nets is prohibited on all common areas. c. Bicycles and skateboards must not be parked or left unattended in common areas. Bicyclists must follow all rule of the road applicable to motor vehicles. Bicycles and skateboards may not be used on grassy common areas. 2) Basketball Goals: a. Permanent basketball goals are prohibited. b. House-mounted basketball goals are prohibited. c. Basketball poles must be made of metal and backboard must be made of un-breakable glass or acrylic material. d. The base of the basketball goal must be filled with sand or other suitable material to provide stability to the structure. e. Objects may not be placed on the base as this can prove hazardous and make the backboard unstable. f. Only one basketball goal is permitted on a lot. g. Basketball goals may not be located on any neighborhood street, common area, nor can they be placed at the end of the driveway at its termination onto the street. h. The goal must be properly maintained (including the net) and must be of proper construction. i. Play is prohibited between sundown and 9:00 a.m. j. All basketball goals are to be stored so as not to be visible from the street or neighboring properties after use and at no time are they permitted to be left in place overnight. 3) Damage to any portion of the property resulting from play equipment is the play equipment owner's sole responsibility. 4) Children's toys are to be picked up from the common area and stored inside the dwelling daily after play is done.
Exhibit A EAGLE HARBOR HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION INC. DISPLAY OF FLAGS The Board of Directors encourages displays of patriotism by residents through flag display. At the same time, the Board must establish rules and regulations identifying the flags that may be flown, the manner in which they may be flown, and the number that may be flown at any one residence in order to maintain the high standards that characterize Eagle Harbor generally. In light of the above, on May 15, 2002, by unanimous vote, the Board adopted the following rules and regulations concerning the display of flags: 1. Without the consent of the Board, but subject to the rules and regulations governing display of flags set forth below, residents may fly the flags of:
the United States of America, the Commonwealth of Virginia, any active branch of the armed forces of the Unites States (e.g., army, navy, air force or marines), and/or a military valor or service award of the United States.
2. No other flag may be flown without the prior consent of the Board acting in its sole and absolute discretion. 3. No flag may be placed within any residence at Eagle Harbor so as to cover a door or window in whole or in part with the objective of making the flag visible from the exterior of the residence. In the event of any dispute about the application of this rule, the Board’s decision is final. 4. Flags may only be flown on a house mounted pole not more than six (6) feet in length or a free standing flag pole not more than fifteen (15) feet tall. 5.
No free standing flag pole may be located closer than twenty (20) feet to any property line.
6. No more than one (1) house mounted pole and one (1) free standing flag pole may be installed on any lot. 7. Residents must exercise due care to assure that flags being flown remain in good condition. The Board may require the removal of any flag being flown that it finds to be torn, frayed or tattered, stained, or otherwise if a resident fails to replace such flag with a suitable replacement within ten (10) days after receiving a request to do so from the Board. 8. If the flag of the United States of America is flown, it must be flown in compliance with the provisions of the American Flag Code. The Board may require the removal of any flag not being flown in compliance with such Code if the resident fails to remedy any violation(s) of such Code within ten (10) days after receiving a request to do so from the Board. 9. The Board may modify, alter or amend the rules and regulations governing display of flags at Eagle Harbor at any time or from time to time in its sole and absolute discretion.