Aesthetic GuidelinesPablo Creek Reserve is one of the top premier gated communities in Northeast Florida. Its rich aesthetic value is a major factor in this designation. As the community grows and matures, steps must be taken by every homeowner to ensure this designation is maintained.
The Aesthetic Committee was formed to ensure that every homeowner is upholding the standards that were agreed to when lots and homes were purchased. It is the desire of the Committee to assist in this effort by providing a guideline for the owners as well as the expectations from each property owner.
In cases where these community standards are not being met, the Committee will notify the individual homeowner of the specific deficiencies. In those few cases where corrective action is not taken by the owner to remedy the situation, other remedies available to the association will be pursued, including fines and legal actions.
The Committee has developed a list of items to be reviewed and the expectations for maintaining the community’s aesthetic value for these particular items. Each item has been placed into one of the five major categories. Architectural Review Board (ARB) prior approval required for all additions, modifications, or changes.
- Structural; Pertains to the physical structure and components of the home.
- Hardscape: Includes driveways, pavers, screen enclosures, service and courtyard walls, swimming pools and spas, mailboxes, etc.
- Landscaping: Includes trees, plants, mulch, irrigation, wells, etc.
- Recreational Equipment: Play structures, play fields, nets, goals, trampolines, play toys, etc.
- Miscellaneous: Includes signs, window coverings, seasonal decoration including flags, animals, window air conditioner units, etc.
Architectural Review Board (ARB) prior approval required for all additions, modifications, or changes.
View or download the full Aesthetics Guidelines
View or download the full ARB Application