questions for current and new PBI property owners:
This is the ongoing list of recommendations and/or
restrictions in our covenants. Please remember that
the POA is run by volunteers that are also residents.
If you have questions, concerns or would like to step up and
help out, please
the board and let's all work together to keep our community
the wonderful place to live that it is.
There is a 25 MPH speed limit in our neighborhood.
day is Wednesday, garbage days are Wednesday and Saturday.
Put out your trash and garage out no earlier than 7:30 the
night before. If you go out of town, consider
asking a trusted neighbor to help pull your bins in and
keep an eye out for your property.
PBIPOA covenants provide that any construction requiring a
building permit needs to be approved by PBIPOA Architectural
Committee. Contact Chip Lubeck 762-0770, Dave Brady
644-5622 or Glenn Rimpela 842-9360 to obtain approval of
your plans prior to submission to the City.
To report crime, incidents or suspicious
activity in our neighborhood, please contact dial 911.
Commercial lettering is allowed on those vehicles used
and parked in the driveways or garages at any time.
trailers, boats or RVs are allowed in the driveways
overnight. There is no overnight parking
allowed in the streets. Violators will be towed at the
trailers, recreational vehicles, RVs may be stored out
of plain view on the Owners property, either in a garage
or behind an approved privacy fence.
trade vehicles and delivery people may park temporarily
on the street while providing services. Such vehicles
will be parked so as not to block mailboxes, driveways
or roadways. Residents should advise drivers servicing
their homes of these parking restrictions.
vehicles shall drive within the posted speed limits,
stop at all STOP signs and drive in a safe, considerate
and careful manner.
vehicles operated on the Property shall operate quietly
so as not to disturb Residents.
must have current license plates, storage of vehicles or
sale of vehicles is not allowed unless those vehicles
are stored in the garage. No assembling or disassembling
of motor vehicles except within His / Her garage. Each
Lot owner shall be required to clean His/Her driveway of
any oil or mold buildup.
requested to be leashed while walking and Owners are
required to be fully responsible for the immediate pick
up of any animal waste.
shall keep his Lot free of trash, refuse, debris or
unsightly objects. Clothes lines and garbage cans should
out of view of the street. Collections are made every
Saturday and Wednesday, lawn debris and recycling only
on Wednesday. Please use the appropriate recycling
receptacles and return all containers to a location
screened from the street and adjacent Lot owners.
is responsible for maintaining in good condition their
Lot, the residence and all other improvements made on
the Lot. A Lot is deemed to be maintained in good
condition when all observable exterior surfaces are not
discolored, chipped, peeling or otherwise materially
disfigured from the original surface. Maintenance of
landscaping is the sole responsibility of each Owner and
each Owner is required to maintain His/Her Lot in a
professional manner so as to be pleasing and acceptable
to all Lot Owners. If an owner has contracted with a
Lawn Maintenance affiliate the Lawn Co. is expected to
remove their debris independently from City pick up.
Fences shall be no higher than 6 ft.
Construction activity is limited to 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
with the exception of Sundays or any time during
Holidays. No heavy construction, excavation, roofing
allowed on Saturdays. Construction should be completed
in a timely manner.
architectural and structural changes to the residence on
a Lot that are not repairs, replacements or restoration
to the original condition with approved materials,
require Board approval.
For Sale or
Lease signs may be placed on the property and must be no
larger than 4 X 10. At the time of listing a property
with a Realtor Owners must notify their Realtors of the
enclosed memos of Etiquette as well as the notice to
Purchasers of our $200. annual maintenance fee.
waterways must be maintained in safe boating condition.
All vessels must be properly secured at all times and
docks should be cleared of any unused boating objects.
doors should be kept closed overnight, this is for the
safety and well- being of the owner.
mentioned several times: we are all lucky to live in a
little slice of Paradise called Palm Beach Isles;
PLEASE smile at all times and wave at your neighbors
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