ARC, CDD, HOA – WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
ARC – Architectural Review Committee
Committee members review all exterior changes to property including: landscaping, fencing, screen enclosures, pools, satellite dishes, fountains, exterior color changes (entire house or just the front door), pergolas, gazebos, ornamental exterior furnishings, etc. All changes must be submitted and approved prior to construction start. For complete ARC information, click here.
Failure to obtain ARC approval may result in unnecessary costs to the homeowner.
CDD – South Village Community Development District
The SVCDD is responsible for all the common areas within Eagle Landing. From the entrance waterfall feature, to the neighborhood playgrounds, neighborhood signage and of course, the swim park, golf course and clubhouse, lake house, athletic center, tennis courts, and the Village Green amphitheater. Issues concerning these areas may be directed to any of the board members.
Eagle Landing Homeowners’ Association
The HOA is responsible for the enforcement of the recorded Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R), ensuring all homeowners follow the CC&Rs such as: properly storing garbage cans and recycling receptacles when not in use, boats, jet skis, trailers, campers, etc. should be stored in a garage, maintenance of yards, control of vegetations, excess debris, signage including bandit signs [corrugated signs on wire holders], advertising signs are not allowed anywhere in Eagle Landing unless approved by the ARC, etc.