TIMBERWOOD OF NAPLES ASSOCIATION, INC.
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.
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
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.
“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.
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
“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 ARE FOR
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY!
- No portion of any
Parcel shall be used for business or commercial purposes.
- No Parcel may be
divided or subdivided into smaller parcels.
- No building or
other improvement, including but not limited to entry enclosures, lanai
enclosures, secondary air conditioning units, etc., shall be erected or
maintained without prior written approval of the Board.
- No aerial or
antenna shall be place or erected upon any Parcel, or affixed in any manner
to the exterior of any building.
- No portion of any
Parcel visible from the exterior shall be used as a drying or hanging area
for laundry of any kind.
- No rubbish, trash,
garbage or other waste materials shall be kept or permitted outside the
exterior of the Residential Parcel visible to public view.
- Nothing shall be
done or maintained in or on any Parcel which is unlawful or which creates a
nuisance to the neighborhood.
- No signs of any
kind shall be displayed to public view on any Parcel (see “SIGNS”).
- It is the
responsibility of each Owner/Resident to maintain the neat appearance of
their Parcel visible to public view, including but not limited to
uncluttered entryways, lanais, etc.
SALE AND LEASING
- In the event that
an Owner wishes to sell or lease his Unit, an application for approval must
be submitted to the Board no less than ten (10) days prior to the close of
sale, or ten (10) days prior to the first day of rental occupancy.
Applications are available from Coastal Property Management.
- The application for
sale or lease must be accompanied by a check for $100.00 payable to
“Timberwood of Naples, Inc.” for the purpose of defraying the costs of
checking references, credit investigation, directory updating, and other
expenses related to the processing of the application.
Please mail or deliver the application, with the required fee, to
Coastal Property Management, 501 Goodlette Rd. N. C-200, Naples, FL 34102.
- For a sale of a
Unit, after closing a Warrantee Deed must be sent to the above address.
- For a lease of a
Unit, the application must also include a copy of the lease and a signed
copy of the Rules and Regulations.
- THE ENTIRE PARCEL MUST BE SOLD OR LEASED FOR
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY!
- No Parcel may be
leased more than three (3) times in any calendar year, with the minimum
lease term being ninety (90) days. No
lease may be for a period of more than one (1) year and no option for the
lessee to extend or renew the lease for any additional period is permitted.
However, the Board may in its discretion approve the lease from year
to year. No subleasing or
assignment of lease rights by lessee is allowed.
- Lessees, their
family members and their Guests may not park, store, keep or maintain more
passenger vehicles than the number of assigned spaces allotted for their
leased Parcel, which in most cases will be two (2) spaces/vehicles,
without the prior written consent of the Board.
- The Owner of a
Parcel shall at all times remain responsible for the observance of all Rules
and Regulations by its Lessees, their family members, their Guests and their
- No lease of a
Parcel can release or discharge the Owner from any of their obligations and
duties as an Owner or Member of the Association.
- PER FLORIDA LAW,
CHILDREN ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN.
All Owners and Lessees are responsible to see that all children are
closely supervised by an adult. In
addition, all parents or guardians thereof will be responsible for all
misconduct, damages to persons or property occurring on Timberwood Parcels
or Common Areas, and for all violations of Association Rules and
to the proximity of our homes, our party/common walls, and overall density of
our neighborhood, the following accommodations are required:
- Radios, TV’s,
stereos and musical instruments shall be kept to a minimum volume which will
not be audible outside the residence.
- Audio equipment and
furniture shall not be placed against party/common walls.
- Sound carries and
is magnified by our lake. Please
be considerate of your neighbors when playing or entertaining on your lanai
or on Common Areas!
- To avoid disruption
of the neighborhood and in accordance with the Collier County Noise
Ordinance, noise should be kept to a minimum, especially between 10:00 P.M.
and 7:00 A.M.
- Collier County
Leash laws apply on the Common Areas. Any
Resident may contact Collier County Domestic Animal Services for the pick-up
and/or removal of unattended pets.
- Pet owners and any
persons walking animals must immediately pick up and properly dispose
of all solid wastes of their pets. A
visible means for pet clean-up should be with the person walking the pet at
- Pets are not to be
maintained for commercial purposes and shall not become a nuisance or
annoyance to neighbors.
- Pets must be
properly vaccinated and licensed in accordance with Collier County Domestic
Animal Services regulations.
- No pets are allowed
in or around the pool or the Tennis or Basket Ball courts.
- Parcel owners shall
be financially responsible for any damages to Parcels or Common Areas caused
by pets occupying their Parcel.
- The Board reserves
the right to require registration of pets with the Association.
- In the event any
pet should create or constitute a nuisance in the opinion of a majority of
the Board of Directors, then the owner of said pet, when so notified in
writing, shall prohibit said pet from the usage of any Common Area property.
C O M M O N
A R E A S
- NO STRUCTURES OR
ALTERATIONS SHALL BE PLACED OR ERECTED UPON THE COMMON AREAS WITHOUT PRIOR
WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE BOARD, AND IF PERMITTED, SHALL BECOME THE
PROPERTY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
- No temporary or
accessory furnishings shall be placed or permitted to remain on any Common
Area without prior written consent of
- No portion of the
Common Areas shall be used for business or commercial purposes.
- Common Areas
including but not limited to roadways, carports, pool area, tennis courts,
lake, mailboxes, walkways, dumpsters, etc., shall not be obstructed
littered, defaced or misused in any manner.
PLEASE DO NOT LITTER!
- Common Areas shall
not be used as drying or hanging areas for laundry of any kind.
- There shall be no
conduct or use of the Common Areas with will increase the cost of insurance
on the residential Parcels or the Common Areas.
- Climbing or playing
on air conditioning units, carports, trees, fences, pumps, mailboxes,
transformers, and light posts is prohibited.
- No unlawful,
immoral or offensive use shall be permitted to occur on or be made of the
Association’s Common Areas.
- No inflammable,
combustible or explosive fluid, chemical or substance shall be kept in or on
any Parcel or Common Area, except as such that are required for normal
household use and follow the Collier County Fire Marshall regulations
- Damage to the
Common Area, including but not limited to structures, landscaping and
recreational facilities, caused directly or indirectly by an Owner, a
Lessee, their family members, Guests or Visitors shall be the responsibility
of that Owner, in addition to the party causing the damage.
NO PARKING ON THE GRASS ANYWHERE OR AT ANY TIME.
found parked on any grass in Timberwood will be towed without notice. No tires
at all on any portion of the grass.
- SPEED LIMIT: 15 miles per hour
- Pedestrians and
anyone riding bikes, roller skates, roller blades, skate boards, and/or
other riding toys must immediately yield the right-of-way to
- BRIDGE and ENTRANCE ROADWAY ARE DANGEROUS!
NO ONE IS PERMITTED TO PLAY ON OR BLOCK THE BRIDGE OR ENTRANCE
ROADWAY AT ANY TIME!!!
- Permitted Vehicles
Owned or Used by Residents: passenger automobiles and vans, pickup
trucksin size up to 3/4 ton. 250 or 2500 only and used for personal use
only, and Jeep/Bronco-type vehicles with no commercial markings.
- Prohibited Vehicles
Owned or Used by Residents: Per
the Florida State Statute determination for trucks/commercial vehicles,
there shall be NO commercial/work trucks or vans of any size, recreational
vehicles (RV’s), motor homes, boats or trailers parked on the Association
property. Further definitions
will be at the discretion of the Board.
(1) Under the Florida Uniform Traffic Control Law, any motor
vehicle designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of
property. Fla. Stat.
(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).
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).
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
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.
- Unless purchased as
an additional amenity from the developer, there are only two assigned
parking spaces for each Parcel, including one carport.
- Owners whose
assigned carport is damaged due to the abuse or misuse will be financially
responsible for the repair. Any
storage over the carport should be on top of plywood or planks that the
Owner places on top of the studs.
- Residents and
Visitors may not park in spaces designated and assigned for another Parcel
without the written consent of the Parcel Owner to whom the space has been
may not move, paint, or otherwise deface parking space markers without the prior
written consent of the Board.
- No vehicle shall park or drive on the grass.
- It is the
Resident’s responsibility to inform Guests, Visitors, and contractors to
park in unassigned spaces and to not park on the grass.
- Storage of vehicles
(vehicles not moved or used on a regular basis) is prohibited in unassigned
o STREET PARKING IS
RESTRICTED to allow unobstructed access for emergency vehicles and for safer
pedestrian usage of the roadway.
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.
Guests, may park briefly on the street to load and unload their vehicle
- No signs of any
kind shall be displayed to public view on any Parcel or on the Common Area.
“Signs” include but are not limited to political, For Sale, and
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.
- The area of each
Parcel outside the original foundation of the residences shall be under the
exclusive jurisdiction and responsibility of the Association for all
purposes of maintenance and replacement of the landscaping.
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.
- The principal
purposes of our lake are for water management, site drainage and irrigation.
- The lake may be
used for recreational fishing only. NO
NETTING ALLOWED! Please return
all fish to the lake.
- NO swimming or
wading or playing in or near the lake.
- NO watercraft
shall be allowed in the lake except for authorized, contracted
- Do not feed the
ducks or alligators.
- Do not harm
turtles or disturb turtle nesting areas.
- No nuisance (s)
which are offensive to others shall be permitted upon any Parcel or on the
Common Areas nor any use or practice which is a source of constant annoyance
to Residents or which interferes with the peaceful possession and proper use
of the property by the Residents.
- In the event that
any activity should constitute a nuisance in the opinion of a majority of
the Board of Directors, then the Owner/Resident, when so notified in
writing, shall be required to immediately remedy the offending activity.
- All Residents are
responsible for keeping their Parcel in a good state of repair and
cleanliness at all times.
- All refuse, waste,
bottles, cans, garbage and trash shall be securely wrapped in plastic bags
and placed in the dumpsters.
- Do not leave trash
in entryways, on lanais, or on adjacent Common Areas visible from the
- No trash shall be
left in front of the dumpsters. If
the dumpsters are overloaded, place securely wrapped trash to the sides of
- All boxes must be
broken down and placed inside the recycle bins or dumpsters.
- No Christmas trees,
plants, flowers or other greenery shall be placed inside the dumpsters.
These items may be placed behind the back Mail Box Gazebo at the East
end of the property for removal by our lawn maintenance contractor on
- Playing or standing
on or in the dumpsters is prohibited.
- If papers or
garbage are dropped outside the dumpster, please pick them up.
This is your home. PLEASE
HELP TO KEEP IT CLEAN!
- DISPOSAL OF ALL
HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIAL, i.e., OIL, ANTIFREEZE, AUTO BATTERIES, ETC., IS
PROHIBITED ON COMMON AREAS OR IN DUMPSTERS.
IT IS THE OWNER/RESIDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS
MATERIAL AT APPROVED COUNTY SITES. (Nearest
is at the Transfer Station off Airport Road, one block south of Horseshoe
- No firearms shall
be permitted to be discharged any place upon the Common Areas, except as
might be permitted in the event of an emergency under the applicable laws of
the State of Florida. “FIREARMS”
for this purpose shall include but not be limited to rifles, shotguns,
pistols, B-B guns, air pistols, dart guns , air soft guns and sling shots.
R E C R E A T I O N A L F
A C I L I T I E S
- POOL AREA HOURS: DAWN. to DUSK
- The pool is for the
use of Timberwood Residents and their Visitors only!
- Residents may have
no more than four (4) Visitors per Parcel using the pool at any one
time. Residents must accompany
their Visitors at all times.
- Exclusive use of
the pool is not allowed.
- All Timberwood
Residents and their Visitors are responsible for reading and abiding by the
Rules and Regulations posted at the pool.
- Bathing load: 19
- CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN
years) AT ALL TIMES!
- No running,
jumping, dunking, pushing, splashing or foul play/language in the pool or
pool area or club house.
- NO GLASS containers allowed
in pool or pool area.
- NO PETS allowed in the
- Only proper swim
attire is permitted in the pool.
- Shower before
entering pool. Sun tan lotion is
harmful to the filter system.
- No one with open
wounds or communicable disease allowed in the pool.
- No bikes, skates,
roller blades, scooters or skateboards allowed in pool area.
- Radios, tape
machines, etc. should be kept at a volume to not disturb others.
When possible, please use earphones/headsets.
children shall not be allowed in the pool without a clean diaper and rubber
- No activities that
interfere with the enjoinment of others are permitted.
- No ball playing
allowed in the pool area.
- When using sun tan
lotions, lounge chairs should be covered with a towel.
- Lounge chairs
should not be reserved by placing towels on them and should only be used for
the intended use.
- Pick up after
yourself and take all trash with you or deposit it in the receptacles
- PLEASE HELP KEEP
OUR POOL AREA CLEAN!
- If you are the last
person leaving, please turn off pool house fans.
- The Board of
Directors reserves the right to deny the use of the pool to any violator of
these rules or abuse of the facilities.
- ALL PERSONS USING THE POOL DO SO AT THEIR OWN
NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY.
- The Pool House is
for the use and enjoyment of Timberwood Residents.
- When official
Association meetings are convening in the Pool House, use of the pool is
restricted during the time of the meeting.
- If you are the last
person leaving, please turn off the fans.
- Please pick up
after yourself and dispose of all trash in the receptacles provided.
Please help keep our pool area clean.
POOL HOUSE RESERVATIONS
- The Pool House may
be reserved by residing Owners or Lessees for private use.
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.
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.
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.
to the limitations of our Common Area and Recreational facilities, the number of
Visitors may be restricted at the sole discretion of the Board.
to extended liabilities alcoholic beverages are prohibited to be served
in or on our Common Areas.
residing Owners or Lessees may reserve the Pool House and must be in attendance
during the reserved time period.
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
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.
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
Owner/Lessee is liable for any damages to Association property.
$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.
& BASKETBALL COURTS
- Our Tennis Courts
and Basketball courts are for the use of Timberwood Residents and their
- Proper court shoes
are required at all times.
- One set/game only
when others are waiting.
- TENNIS ONLY or BASKETBALL *** No bikes, skates,
skateboards, or other ball playing allowed.
- NO PETS allowed on
the courts or in the court area.
- Court Hours:
8:00 A.M. to Dusk.
- The Board of
Directors reserves the right to deny use of the courts to any violator of
S E C U R I T Y
- For an effective
Neighborhood Watch, the cooperation of ALL Timberwood Residents is a
necessity. Report any suspicious
person, incident or strange vehicle to the Sheriff’s Office Non-Emergency:
- In Case of
Emergency call 911.
F O R C E M E N T
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
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
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:
Property Management, LLC
Naples Blvd. , Naples, FL 34109
(239) 598-5980 Fax: (239) 598-0098
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.
ANY RESIDENT MAY CONTACT THE REGULATING AGENCY FOR RELEVANT
COLLIER COUNTY CODE
COLLIER COUNTY DOMESTIC
COLLIER COUNTY SHERIFF
(Non- emergency concerns):
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