Rules and Regulations

 

For

 

TIMBERWOOD OF NAPLES ASSOCIATION, INC.

 

 

 

The Board of Directors of Timberwood of Naples Association, Inc., adopted the following Rules and Regulations on December 9, 1992, pursuant to Article II, Section 2.01 (d) of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Timberwood of Naples.

   

STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

 

THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION ARE FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL OWNERS AND RESIDENTS.  THE OWNER OF RECORD FOR ANY PARCEL IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE WITH ALL ASSOCIATION RULES AND REGULATIONS AND WITH THE RECORDED DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, AND RESTRICTIONS.  IT IS THE FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BOARD TO ENFORCE THE RULES AND REGULATIONS TO PROTECT THE OWNERS’ INTEREST AND THE VALUE OF THEIR PROPERTY.  HOWEVER, THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT TO TIMBERWOOD CAN BE ACHIEVED ONLY THROUGH VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE AND REPORTING OF INFRACTIONS OBSERVED (see “NOTIFICATIONS”).

 

                       

 D E F I N I T I O N S

 

“ASSOCIATION” means Timberwood of Naples Association, Inc., a Florida corporation not for profit, which is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Common Areas and amenities at Timberwood.  REMINDER: TIMBERWOOD OF NAPLES IS A HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION NOT CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION!

 

“BOARD” means the Board of Directors responsible for the administration of the Association.

 

”COMMON AREAS” means all property owned by and maintained for the Association.

 

“FAMILY” or “SINGLE FAMILY” shall refer to any one of the following:

             

1)   One natural person.

 

2) Two or more people who regularly and permanently reside together as a single housekeeping unit, each of whom is related by blood, marriage or adoption to each of the others.

 

3)  Two or more people meeting the requirements of (2) above, except that there is among them not more than one person who is not so related to some or all of the others.

 

“GUEST” means any person who is not the Parcel Owner or a Lessee or a member of the Owner’s or Lessee’s family permanently occupying the Parcel, but who is occupying the Parcel on a temporary basis (less than 30 days in one calendar year) at the invitation of the Owner or other legally permitted occupant, without the payment of consideration.

 

“LEASE” means the grant by a Parcel Owner of a temporary right of use of the Owner’s Parcel for valuable consideration. 

 

“LESEE(S)” means the person (s) legally and temporarily occupying a Parcel for valuable consideration.

 

“OCCUPY” means the act of staying overnight in a Parcel.

 

“OWNER” means the Record Owner of legal title to a Parcel.

 

“PARCEL” means one of the 116 Lots within Timberwood upon which a residential structure exists.

 

“RESIDENT(S)” means Owner(s), Lessee(s), members of an Owner’s or Lessee’s family, or their Guest, who are physically occupying a Parcel for one or more nights.

 

“VISITOR(S)” means any person not occupying a Parcel for one or more nights, but is on a Parcel or the Common Areas with the permission of a Resident in possession, including but not limited to contractors hired by individual Residents or the Association.

  

 

R E S I D E N T I A L   U S E S

  

PARCELS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

SALE AND LEASING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHILDREN

 

  

NOISE

 

Due to the proximity of our homes, our party/common walls, and overall density of our neighborhood, the following accommodations are required:

 

 

 

 

   

PETS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

C O M M O N   A R E A S

  

GENERAL RESTRICTIONS

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE DO NOT LITTER!

 

 

 

 

 

 

     NO PARKING ON THE GRASS ANYWHERE OR AT ANY TIME. 

    Vehicles found parked on any grass in Timberwood will be towed without notice. No tires at all on any portion of the grass.

PRIVATE ROADS

 

 

 

  

VEHICLES

 

 

 

 

(2) Under statutes governing motor vehicle licenses, any motor vehicle with a net vehicle weight of 5,000 pound or less and which is designed or used principally for the carriage of goods and including a motor vehicle to which has been added a cabinet box, a platform, a rack, or other equipment for the purpose of carrying goods other than the personal effects of the passengers.  Fla. Stat. 320.01(9) (1989).

 

·        COMMERCIAL VEHICLES:  Under the Florida Litter Law, a vehicle that is owned or used by a business, corporation, association, partnership, or sole proprietorship or any other entity conducting business for a commercial purpose.  Fla. Stat. 403.413(2)(f) (1989).

 

o        All vehicles must be well-maintained, operational, and properly licensed.

 o       No repair of any motor vehicle shall be made on Association Property except in an emergency.

 o       Bicycles and similar vehicles may not obstruct walkways, parking spaces, or interfere with Common Area maintenance.  Bicycle racks affixed to Common Area structures or roadways become the property of the Association and may not be placed or removed without prior written approval of the Board.

 o       All vehicles owned or used by Timberwood residents must be registered with the Association, except for Guests occupying a Parcel for less than three (3) days.

 PARKING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o       STREET PARKING IS RESTRICTED to allow unobstructed access for emergency vehicles and for safer pedestrian usage of the roadway.

 

Visitors and contractors may park temporarily and at their own risk on the  OUTSIDE PERIMETER of the main roadway if no Visitor Parking spaces are available.  They may not, however, block safe ingress or egress of vehicles, park on the curves, or block access to fire hydrants, dumpsters, walkways or other vehicles.

 

Residents, including Guests, may park briefly on the street to load and unload their vehicle ONLY!

  

SIGNS

 

  

Exceptions: Board approved signs identifying the Parcels, street/traffic control signs, rules, or security system signs.  All signs must be approved in writing by the Board of Directors, including but no limited to temporary “Open House” signs.

  

LANDSCAPING

 

 

Exceptions:  Plantings added to existing flowerbeds immediately adjacent to the residences may be altered or added to at the Owner’s individual expense.  Any special care, maintenance, removal, or replacement of said plantings will be at the individual expense of the Parcel Owner.  The Association will not be liable for damage to such plantings by Association lawn contractors.

 

No plantings, other than flowering annuals, may be added to the other Common Areas by Owners without the prior written approval of the Board.  These plantings shall also be maintained or removed at the expense of the individual Parcel Owner with the Common Areas returned to the original state at the expense of the individual Parcel Owner.

  

LAKE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUISANCES

 

 

 

GARBAGE/DUMPSTERS   

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

FIRERARMS

 

 

  

R E C R E A T I O N A L   F A C I L I T I E S

 

 

POOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

IN  CASE  OF  AN  EMERGENCY,  CALL  9-1-1

 

 

 

POOL HOUSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

POOL HOUSE RESERVATIONS

 

 

PROCEDURES:

 

·        A written request to reserve the Pool House must be received by our Property Manager a minimum of five (5) business days prior to date of reservation.

 

·        A deposit of $150.00 to assure clean-up and damage repair must accompany the written request.  Make checks payable to Timberwood of Naples Association, Inc. 

 

·        Your request must include your name, address, phone number, intent of use, number of visitors expected, time and date of use, and any additional equipment (audio, cooking, etc.) intended to be used.

 

·        Due to the limitations of our Common Area and Recreational facilities, the number of Visitors may be restricted at the sole discretion of the Board.

 

·        Due to extended liabilities alcoholic beverages are prohibited to be served in or on our Common Areas.

 

·        Only residing Owners or Lessees may reserve the Pool House and must be in attendance during the reserved time period.

 

·        Reserving Owner/Lessee is responsible for monitoring their Visitors reference parking, use restrictions of the pool and Pool House and any other Rule or Regulation of the Association.

 

·        Acceptance or rejection of your request will be issued by phone and /or in writing by the Property Manager with the consent of the Board of Directors.

 

·        Reserving Owner/Lessee is responsible for cleaning the Pool House and pool area immediately following the event unless other arrangements have been agreed to in writing.  (Emptying and disposing of all trash, washing down tables, counter tops, etc., and leaving the area in an orderly fashion.)

 

·        Reserving Owner/Lessee is liable for any damages to Association property.

 

·        The $150.00 deposit will be returned by the Property Manager upon written or verbal request of the reserving party so long as all conditions have been met.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TENNIS COURTS  & BASKETBALL COURTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S E C U R I T Y

 

 

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

 

 

 

 

 

E N F O R C E M E N T

 

 

 

            IT IS THE FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO ENFORCE BY ANY MEANS ALLOWED BY LAW, THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF AND FOR TIMBERWOOD OF NAPLES ASSOCIATION, INC., TO PROTECT THE OWNERS’ INTERESTS AND THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY.

 

            THE OWNER OF RECORD FOR ANY PARCEL IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE WITH ALL ASSOCIATION RULES AND REGULATIONS AND FOR ANY DAMAGES TO THEIR PARCEL OR TO THE COMMON AREAS.

 

            FAILURE OF THE ASSOCIATION OR ANY OWNER TO ENFORCED ANY RULE OR REGULATION FOR ANY PERIOD OF TIME SHOULD NOT BE DEEMED A WAIVER TO ENFORCE THE SAME THEREAFTER.

 

 

 

 

N O T I F I C A T I O N

 

 

 

THE RULES and REGULATIONS ARE FOR EVERYONE’S BENEFIT AND ARE EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY.  OWNERS, LESSEES, GUESTS, AND/OR VISITORS SHOULD REPORT RULE INFRACTIONS IN WRITING WHEN POSSIBLE TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, IN CARE OF:

 

Moore Property Management, LLC

5603 Naples Blvd. , Naples, FL 34109

Ph: (239) 598-5980    Fax: (239) 598-0098

 

Association Manager

Mary Vannoy 

 Ph: (239) 598-5980

e-mail: mvannoy@moorepm.com

 

OR

 

LEAVE YOUR WRITTEN NOTIFICATION IN TIMBERWOOD’S INTERNAL MAIL BOX LOCATED AT THE WEST END OF THE PROPERTY BY THE FRONT ENTRANCE AND THE POOL. INTERNAL MAIL BOX IS ON TOP OF THE MAIL BOXES.

OR

 

ANY RESIDENT MAY  CONTACT THE REGULATING AGENCY FOR RELEVANT INFRACTIONS:

 

COLLIER COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT:           (239)403-2440

 

COLLIER COUNTY DOMESTIC ANIMAL SERVICES:       (239)530-7387

 

COLLIER COUNTY SHERIFF    (Non- emergency concerns): (239)774-4434

 

EMERGENCY:    9 1 1