1] As described in the Declarations, improvements to the exterior of homes require permission of the DRC. Improvements proceeding without permission can result in stop orders, fines, or other penalties. Requests may be submitted:
Via e-mail to:firstname.lastname@example.org
You may download the "Neighborhood Guidelines" document above. A fill-in-the-blanks copy of the DRC request form is included. Scan the completed form and attach to an e-mail or send via postal mail to:
PO BOX 2021
Palm Harbor, Fl 34682
Or, In person to any member of the DRC.
DRC meetings are normally held the third Monday of each month. Requests must be recieved no later than the Friday before to be included in the meeting agenda. Decisions of the DRC are issued within 14 days of the meeting.
2] A copy of the Declaration of Restrictions must be supplied to any new
resident of the neighborhood. This is typically a requirement of the
buyer's realtor, or a landlord to a new renter.
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DRC PROJECT REQUEST
USE THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS TO REQUEST APPROVAL FOR YOUR PROJECT DIRECTLY TO THE DRC
Please send an e-mail, or download and fill out the form contained the "guidelines" document and submit by hand to any DRC committee person, Via postal mail to:
PO BOX 2021Palm Harbor, Fl 34682
or include the address of the project and attach any of the following where needed for approval:
- Lot survey
- Permits where required by State or County ordinance (conditional approval may be granted without permits)
- Color Samples
- Sketch and/or photographs
- Contractors Drawings
- Description of Materials
- Dimensions to Lot Lines
- Contractor Name Phone
- Anything else you think will help the DRC make a decision
By submitting an application, via e-mail or by form, the lot owner agrees that the DRC functions only to recommend to ITHOA Board
of Directors on the acceptability of construction and the appearance of changes to the exterior of buildings or
land. There is no intention, expressed or implied, to approve or disapprove of any apparatus, its
function, or your contractor or subcontractors. The maintenance, operation or appearance of any
installation is the homeowner’s responsibility. Electronic submission constitutes acceptance of this agreement
in leiu of signature. All applications submitted via e-mail will receive e-mail acknowledgement.
If it should be necessary for you to run vehicles or equipment over common grounds to do work on your
property, any damage caused must be repaired at your expense. It is the Lot owner’s responsibility to inform
their contractor or people doing their work that it is they must repair any damages to common grounds by
their employees and equipment to the satisfaction of the Board
Action on your request may take up to 14 days from the date of the DRC meeting that your request was considered. Please do not start work prior to approval; commencement of work prior to
approval may result in a fine. Work must begin within 45 days of approval, otherwise an extension must be
requested from the DRC.