Applications for Approval with the Pine Ridge Architecture Committee

 

Based on the Deed Restrictions and Deed Restrictions Use Rules that the Pine Ridge uses to govern our community, one of the requirements is that certain items need to be submitted for approval to the Architecture committee before certain additions are done by homeowners on their Lots.

 

This documents covers those approval requests:

  1. What things need to be submitted for approval.
  2. For each request type (ex re Roof, Paint, Shed)
      • What forms should be used for each item?
      • What are the checklist items that need to be included with each form (See checklists in each section)
      • What Documents needed to be included in the request?
      • What Information needs to be included on those documents and in the application?
      • What the architecture committee will be looking at on those forms to make the decisions?
      • What are the guiding Deed Restriction  sections that tell the architecture team as to what they need to check and verify?

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What things need to be submitted for approval.

 

The following are the items that need to be submitted for approval with the architecture committee. Click on each item to see the approval process and instructions for each area.

 

New Home Builds

Accessory Structures

Changes to your Home

New Homes

For a new Home you want to use the Builder Application form and the ADC new homes Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

    • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

The builder $100 application fee may be dropped off at the office in the drop box or mailed to 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465 Attn: Pine Ridge POA.

Documents and Information needed to be included in the request as well as what is needed on each document

    1. Builder Application form Completely Filled out
    2. Full Plans for the Home including the following information on the plans:
        • SQ Footage of the New Home (3.01)
        • If 2 Story SQ Foot on Ground and on Second Floor
        • SQ Footage of any other structures currently on the property or being submitted for approval for this build (3.02)
        • SQ Footage of the Garage and information about how many cars it is designed for (3.01)
        • Pitch of the Roof (ex 5/12) (3.01D)
        • Overhang size  (3.01D)
        • Size of the Fascia  (3.01)
        • Height of the house (1.01)
        • If there is a porch, size of the Pitch of the Porch Roof. (3.01D)
    3. Site Plan including the following information on it:
        • Placement of the home on the property. (1.01D)
        • Distances that the new house as well as any accessory structure is from all sides of the plot lines.(1.01D)
        • Plans for the Driveway including what material it will be made out of.(3.01A)
        • If you have a Pool, Tennis Court or any other Accessory Structures make sure it is included on the site survey (3.02)
    4. Environmental Survey (Gopher Tortoise survey) (1.01A1C)
    5. Roof Color  and Type (Picture of shingles, or brand/type of shingles (3.01D)
    6. House Colors 
      • Main Color, 
      • Trim, 
      • Door, 
      • Garage, 
      • Gutter Color (3.01B)
      • Fascia Color
    7. Tree Plan (1.01B)
    8. County Clearing Permit (1.01B)
    9. $100 Application Fee

Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

  1. NOTE: From the Citrus County Building Inspectors – “On land less than two acres and structures more than 1,200 in sq footage, they must be finished to match the main structure in material finish; roof, and base of structure, with paint colors as well.” (County Requirement)
  2. Sq foot requirements meet the requirements for the neighborhood. (3.01A)
      • Minimum 1800 Square Feet
      • Two-story Main Structure on any Lot shall have a ground floor living area under conditioned air of less than (1200) square feet
  3. Sq footage of accessory structures meet the requirements of the lot (3.02)
      • Review (3.02) – Dependent on SQ Footage of Property
  4. Garage (3.01A)
      •  Has a minimal 2 car garage
  5. Pitch of the roof (3.01D)
      • 5/12 or greater
  6. Overhang (3.01D)
      • 12″ or greater
  7. Fascia Size (3.01D)
      • 5 1/2′ or greater
  8. Height of the House (1.01A1)
      • Not to exceed 35 feet
  9. If House has a Porch (3.01D)
      • Porch Roof Pitch 3 1/2′ or greater
  10. House Location on Property((1.01D)
    1. Non Corner Lots
        • 40 Feet or ore off Front Property Line
        • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
        • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
    2. Corner Lots
        • 40 Feet or ore off either street Lot line
        • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
        • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
  11. Driveway (3.01A)
      • Must be Hard surface or Gravel
      • Extend from the attached garage toward the street a minimum of 50 feet or until contact with the property line adjacent to a street.
      • If painted or colored, only a Body, Trim, or Accent color that corresponds with the color group used on the Main Structure as found in the authorized paint color book of the Main Structure is permitted
  12. Pool, Tennis Court or any other Accessory Structures meets the requirements in (3.02)
  13. Certified Environmental Survey (Gopher Tortoise Survey) is included (1.01A1C)
  14. Roof (3.01D)
    1. Material
        • Matches types approved in the Roof Material Book
        • No corrugated or five V pattern steel roofing
    2. Color
    3. Profile
    4. Samples
        • Are Provided along with Application
  15. House Colors (3.01B)
    1. Body, Trim, and Accent
    2. Main Entrance Door
    3. Garage Doors
        • Same as the Main Color
        • or
        • Same as Trim Color
        • or
        • Same as Accent Color
        • or
        • Any shade of white, beige or gray found in the color book
        • or
        • simulated wood grain
    4. Gutters
        • Must match the Fascia
    5. All Paint
        • Satin Finish or
        • Flat Finish
  16. Trees (1.01B)
    1. For new Main Structure Construction
      1. Must Include a Tree preservation/clearing/replacement plan for Approval
        1. Show trees to remain and trees to be added, including their type, diameter, height, and location
        2. Trees to be preserved shall be clearly marked on the lot and documented on the plan prior to clearing work.
        3. A minimum of 30 mature trees of 6 inch or greater diameter as measured from 4 feet above grade will be maintained, per whole acre of property.
            • For Lots greater than one acre and legally combined as one Lot, the required trees may be distributed on any portion of the Lot
            • If a Lot has less than 30 mature trees, the planting of additional trees will not be required
            • If existing trees interfere with the planned placement of the Main Structure or Accessory Structures, their removal will be permitted even if it results in a per acre tree count below 30.
      2. Must Include a County Clearing Permit

Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

 

Buildings – Sheds and shed ports (3.02D1)

For a shed (less than/equal to 420 Square Feet) you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Sheds Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

  • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

 

Documents needed to be included in the request

 

  1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
      • All the info requested on the application
      • Also A description of what the shed will be made of 
      • Verification of wind load capabilities(3.02
  2. Picture/layout of the shed (3.02
      • Include the Dimensions of the shed
      • Included the Height of the shed.
      • Roof Pitch of the shed
  3. Site Plan including the following information on it: (3.02
      • Placement of the Shed on the property. (1.01D)
      • Distances that the Shed as well as any accessory structure is from all sides of the plot lines.(1.01D)
      • Location of the shed behind the rear line of the house  (3.02D1
      • Size of other Accessory structures currently located on the property (3.02A)
  4. Color(s) of the shed (3.02
      • Color of the main shed
      • Color of the main structure (House

Critical information on those forms used to make the decision

 

  1. The Dimensions of the shed are no larger than 420 Sq Feet (3.02D1
  2. The Height of the shed is no taller than 14 Feet (3.02D1
  3. The Roof Pitch is no less than 3/12 (3.02D
  4. Location of the shed  (1.01D)
    1. Non Corner Lots
        • 40 Feet or more off Front Property Line
        • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
        • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
    2. Corner Lots
        • 40 Feet or more off either street Lot line
        • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
        • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
    3. Cannot exceed 25 feet above grade.(3.02D
    4. Must be behind the rear line of the house (3.02D1)
  5. The shed color must be as similar to the Main Structure as possible based on the shed manufacture’s available color palette, or painted to match the color of the Main Structure (3.02D1)
  6. Must be anchored to withstand 150 wind load either gusting or sustained or as required by current state and county code. (3.02D1)
  7. Total square footage of all sheds and accessory structures on properties must meet the size requirements by acre – (3.02A)

Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

 

Accessory Structures – Buildings

For Accessory Structures you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Accessory Structures Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

    • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

Documents needed to be included in the request

 

  1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
      • All the info requested on the application
      • Also A description of what the shed purpose of the structure is for (Detached garage, RV Garage, workshop etc)
  2. Building Plan
      • SQ of Big
      • Bdg material Type (Concrete, steel, wood, etc)
      • Height of the roof
        • On new BDG
        • On Current main residence
      • Pitch of the roof
        • On new BDG
        • On Current main residence
      • Overhang Size
        • On new BDG
        • On Current main residence
      • Fascia Size
        • On new BDG
        • On Current main residence
  3. A Boundary Survey
      • SQ Feet of the property
      • Location of the Structure
      • Location of all other structures on the property
      • Distance structure is from Boundaries Front, sides, and back
      • Dimensions of all other accessory structure on property including bds, pools, gazebos, etc. 
  4. Color(s)  of the structure
      • Colors of the main residence
      • Colors of the planned Accessory Structure

 

Critical information on those forms used to make the decisions

  1. Structure Purpose (3.02)
      • Sets Different rules in the deed restrictions
  2. Amount of Accessory Structures (3.02A)
      • Lots 2 acres or less in size shall be limited to 2 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 2,000 square feet.
      • Lots greater than 2 acres and less than or equal to 3 acres in size shall be limited to 3 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 3,500 square feet.
      • Lots greater than 3 acres and less than or equal to 5 acres in size shall be limited to 4 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 5,000 square feet.
      • Lots greater than 5 acres in size shall be limited to 5 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 7,000 square feet.
      • One ADC Approved shed with a footprint up to 420 square feet footprint will not count against square footage and allowable number of Accessory Structures listed in 1 through 4 above. This shed is only permitted behind the Rear Line of the Main Structure
  3. Location
    1. Accessory Structures on Property((1.01D)
      1. Non Corner Lots
          • 40 Feet or more off Front Property Line
          • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
          • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
      2. Corner Lots
          • 40 Feet or ore off either street Lot line
          • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
          • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
    2. Relating to Main Structure:
        • Forward of the Front Line of the Structure – no Accessory structures are allowed other than Gazebos or Pergolas (3.02C)
        • Between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure – it must be a Detached Garage and rules apply to size and function. (3.02B)
        • Rear Line of The Main Structure – All Type of allowed Building Accessory structures are supported.(3.02D)
  4. Size of Structure:
    1. Forward of the Front Line of the Structure – no Accessory structures are allowed other than Gazebos or Pergolas (3.02C)
    2. Between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure.(3.02B)
        • No Larger than 1200 SQ Feet
        • No Smaller than 600 SQ Feet
    3. Rear Line of The Main Structure – Limited by Lot size rules.(3.02A)
  5. Building Materials:
    1. Must be new (1.01A1)
    2. Metal Building are only allowed behind the rear line of the Main Structure (3.02D3)
    3. Other Building Materials (Wood brick, etc)  — (3.02D4)
        • Must be site built
        • Behind the Rear Line of the Main Structure
    4. For Detached Garages between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure
        • constructed of the same material(s) as the main structure (3.02B)
  6. Colors
    1. For Detached Garages between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure: (3.02B)
        • Must match the colors of the house
    2. For Metal Buildings (3.02D3)
        • Must be the closest match to the color of the Main Structure from those listed by the Metal Building manufacturer
    3. For other Building Materials (3.02D4)
        • The color of these buildings must be the closest match to the color of the Main Structure or natural if made of wood.
  7. Roof
    1. Fully enclosed Accessory Structure buildings may not have flexible fabric roofs.
    2. For Detached Garages between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure: (3.02B)
        • Must match the main structure Roof Pitch
        • Must Match the main structure Roof Overhang
        • Must Match the main structure Fascia
    3. For Metal Buildings (3.02D3)
        • Must Not incorporate a Quonset roof style
        • Must Not have a Roof Pitch less than 3/12
        • Incorporate a vertical roof design where the ridges of the metal panels run from the ridge line to the eaves.
        • Side panels of metal may run horizontally or vertically.
    4. For other Building Materials (3.02D4)
        • Not have a Roof Pitch less than 3/12
        • For any of these buildings, which incorporates a metal roof, must incorporate a vertical roof design where the ridges of metal panels run from the ridge line to the eaves.
  8. Height
    1. No Accessory Structure shall exceed the height of the Main Structure as measured from the slab of each structure.
    2. No Accessory Structure shall exceed 25 feet above grade or its slab.
    3. For Detached Garages between Front Line and Rear Line of the Main Structure: (3.02B)
        • Cannot be taller than 20 Feet

Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

 

RV Port, Shed Port, Car Port or Barn

For a new or updated RV Port, Shed Port, Car Port or Barn you want to use the Owner Application form. (Citrus County Permit Required) and the ADC RV Port, Shed port, Carport or Barn Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

  • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

Documents needed to be included in the request

  1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
      • All the info requested on the application
      • Also A description of what the purpose of the structure is (Shed Port, Detached Car Port, Porticos, Barn)
  2. Building Plan
      • Height of the roof
        • On new BDG
        • On Current main residence
      • Pitch of the roof
      • Overhang Size
      • Fascia Size
      • Material of what big will be made of
  3. A Boundary Survey
      • SQ Feet of the property
      • Location of the Structure in relation to the boundaries of the properties (Distance from Front, Sides and Back)
      • Location of all other structures on the property
      • Sq foot of size of all other accessory structures on property 
  4. Color(s)  of the structure
      • Colors of the planned Accessory Structure

     Critical information on those forms used to make the decisions

    1. Structure Purpose (3.02)
        • Sets Different rules in the deed restrictions by functional Accessory type
    2. Amount of Accessory Structures (3.02A)
        • Lots 2 acres or less in size shall be limited to 2 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 2,000 square feet.
        • Lots greater than 2 acres and less than or equal to 3 acres in size shall be limited to 3 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 3,500 square feet.
        • Lots greater than 3 acres and less than or equal to 5 acres in size shall be limited to 4 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 5,000 square feet.
        • Lots greater than 5 acres in size shall be limited to 5 Accessory Structures with a total area of no more than 7,000 square feet.
        • One ADC Approved shed with a footprint up to 420 square feet footprint will not count against square footage and allowable number of Accessory Structures listed in 1 through 4 above. This shed is only permitted behind the Rear Line of the Main Structure
    3. Location
      1. Accessory Structures on Property((1.01D)
        1. Non Corner Lots
            • 40 Feet or more off Front Property Line
            • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
            • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
        2. Corner Lots
            • 40 Feet or ore off either street Lot line
            • 25 Feet or more off Interior side lot lines
            • 25 Feet or more off rear lot line
      2. Relating to Main Structure:
        1. Must be behind the Rear Line of The Main Structure
            • Shed ports must be behind the Rear Line of the main structure.(3.02D2)
            • Detached Car Ports must be behind the Rear Line of the main Structure (3.02D2)
            • Car Ports must be behind the rear line of the main structure. Carports may not be attached to the Main Structure. (3.02D2)
      3. Barns may not be constructed on any property in the Country Club section of Pine Ridge Estates as specified in Addendum B (3.02D5)
    4. Size
        • All Accessory structures are limited to the size limitations by acreage in (3.02A)
    5. Building Materials
        • Detached Carports may be made of masonry, wood or meta (3.02D2)
        • Carports that are attached to accessory structures must use the same architectural style, finish, external appearance, roof arrangement, and color as the Accessory Structure to which they are attached. Carports may not be attached to the Main Structure. (3.02D2)
        • Porticos may be attached to the Main Structure, provided they incorporate the architectural elements of the Main Structure including color, exterior materials (3.02D2)
        • Barns may be constructed of the following materials: metal, wood, finished siding, and concrete blocks with stucco finish (3.02D5)
    6. Colors
        • Carports or other covered areas, if attached to an Accessory Structure, must use the same architectural style, color as to which they are attached.(3.02D2)
        • If Carport is made of metal, the color of the Metal Building must be the closest match to the color of the Main Structure from those listed by the Metal Building manufacturer.
        • Porticos incorporate the architectural elements of the Main Structure including color (3.02D2)
        • Barns must be the closest match to the color of the Main Structure, natural finish if made of wood or barn red as listed in the color book.(3.02D5)
    7. Roofs
        • Shed ports carports must have a minimum roof pitch of 3/12 or more. (3.02D2)
        • Detached carports must have a minimum roof pitch of 3/12 or more. (3.02D2)
        • Carports attached to other Accessory Structures must use the same architectural style and roof arrangement. (3.02D2)
        • Porticos must have a minimum roof pitch of 3/12 or more (3.02D2)
    8. Height
        • No Accessory Structure shall exceed the height of the Main Structure as measured from the slab of each structure.(3.02)
        • No Accessory Structure shall exceed 25 feet above grade or its slab( 3.02)

    Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

     

    Pools

    For a new or updated pool you want to use the Owner Application form. (County permit required) and the ADC Pools Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

    • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

    Documents needed to be included in the request

    1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
        • All the info requested on the application
    2. Site Plan
        • Distances for where the pool is located in reference to the
          • Plot Lines of the Property
          • Main Structure
          • Accessory Structures (Include size of all Accessory structures)
          • Shed
    3. A copy of the approved Citrus County permit
    4. Pool Drawing
    5. Enclosure Drawing
    6. Type of Pool
        • Above Ground
        • Below Ground

      Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

      1. In Ground Pools 3.02D6
        1. When Attached to the Main Structure by way of associated decking, such as pavers, concrete, wood, or some type of composite material shall NOT be considered an Accessory Structure.
        2. A screen cage that is constructed over said pool and Attached to the Main Structure shall also NOT be considered an Accessory Structure.
        3. Any in-ground pool not Attached to the Main Structure will be considered an Accessory Structure.
          1. It shall be subject to Accessory Structure count and square footage limits in Section 3.02A
              • If a screen cage is constructed over said Detached pool, the square footage of the cage shall be the factor used in calculating the Accessory Structure square footage for the Lot.
              • Furthermore, the cage/pool combination shall be considered one Accessory Structure for the purpose of compliance with the number of allowable Accessory Structures.
          2. Detached in-ground pools shall
            1. Not be installed
                • Forward of the Rear Line of the Main Structure,
                • Left or right of the Main Structure,
                • Nor nearer than 25 feet to any property line.
      2. Above Ground Pools 3.02D6
        1. Above-ground pools with any associated decking shall be considered an Accessory Structure.
            • They shall be subject to the Accessory Structure count and square footage calculation and total allowable number Accessory Structure limits in Section 3.02A
            • Should a screen cage be installed over said pool and decking, the square footage of the screen cage shall be the determining factor in the allowable Accessory Structure square footage calculation.
        2. Above-ground pools and screened pool enclosures
              1. Not be installed
                  • Forward of the Rear Line of the Main Structure,
                  • Left or right of the Main Structure,
                  • Nor nearer than 25 feet to any property line.
      3. Cabana/Pool House
          • If attached to the Main Structure or an attached pool shall not count against the number of allowed accessory structures.
          • If attached to a detached pool shall not count as an additional structure but will increase the square footage of the detached pool.

      Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

       

      Solar

      For a new or updated Solar Implementation you want to use the Owner Application form. (County permit required) and the ADC Solar Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

        • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

      Documents needed to be turned in

      1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
          • All the info requested on the application
      2. Copy of the county permit

        Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

         

        Re-Roof

        For a new or updated roof you want to use the Owner Application form. (Citrus County Permit Required) and the ADC ReRoof Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

          • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

        Documents to be included in the request

        1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
            • All the info requested on the application
        2. Roof Color (Shingle Color)
          • Samples or on the application exact name of shingles type
        3. Type of Material
          • Shingle, metal, etc. 

         Critical information on those requested forms used to make the decisions

          • Roof colors, material and profiles shall be selected from the roof color, material and profiles book maintained at the Corporate office and online
          • No corrugated or five V pattern steel roofing shall be used on any structure.

        Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

         

        Painting

        For painting you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Painting Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

        • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

        Documents to be included in the request

        1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
            • All the info requested on the application
        2. What are you painting? Are you repainting the Garage Door? Are you painting the front door? Do you have accessory structures on property? Are you repainting any accessory structures? Are you repainting the Fascia and and Gutters and if so and what colors will those be?
        3. Sample of Colors that will be painted (This can be actual samples or paint brand and color numbers for
          • Main Color
          • Trim color that will be painted
          • Front Door Color that will be Painted
          • Garage Door Color that will be painted

         

        Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

        Approved colors for the Body, Trim, and Accent of the Main Structure must come from the Paint Color Books and the Paint Color Book addendum

        1. Main Color must match color in selection book
        2. Main entrance doors may be
              • Any color as shown in the color book,
              • A wood grain finish regardless of whether it has been used on any portion of the Main Structure.
              • Red 
          1. Garage doors may be
              • Painted the same as
              • The Main Structure,
              • Trim
              • Accent Color from the color combinations selected and approved for the Main Structure.
              • Any shade of white, beige or gray found in the color book, or
              • simulated wood grain 
          2. All paint must be flat or satin finish.
        3. Gutters shall match the fascia.
        4. Accessory Structures, built, on site, except for Barns built behind the Rear Line of the Main Structure,
            • Must be of a color that is similar to the existing Main Structure’s color.
            • When repainting the Main Structure with a different approved color all Accessory Structures that are required to match the Main Structure in color must be repainted the new color at the same time.
        5. New color combinations may be added to the color book by the following procedure:
            • Submit color chips representing the desired Main, Trim, and Accent Colors to the ADC. I
            • If the ADC recommends approval, this recommendation will be submitted to the Board for approval.
            • Upon unanimous approval by the Board the color chips will be added to the approved Association color book.

        Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

         

        Fences

        For a new or updated Fence you want to use the Owner Application form. (No County permit required) and the ADC Fences Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

        • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

         

        Documents needed to be included in the request

          1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
              • All the info requested on the application
              • Fence Type(s) and description
          2. Site Plan denoting 
            • Location of fence and fence types across the site plan in relation to property boundaries and main structure
            • Gate information
          3. Picture, description of gate(s)
          4. Picture. Descriptions of fence(s)
            • Materials
            • Height
            • Column information (If included)
          5. Picture/Sample of Fence and Gate Material and Colors – 
            • A finished sample of the proposed color on the proposed materials shall accompany any Fence application. A clear color photograph of the proposed color on the proposed material may be submitted in lieu of the finished sample

           

          Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

          This section is broken into 3 areas based on location of the fence

            • For all Fences on Property regardless of location on Property
            • For all Fences that are forward of the Real Line of the main structure
            • For all Fences that are behind the rear line of the main structure

          Rules for fences are specific based on location. If a fence surrounds the entire property the portion of the fence that is in a specific location must meet the below requirements.

           

          For all Fences on Property regardless of location on Property

           

          Color

            • A finished sample of the proposed color on the proposed materials shall accompany any Fence application. A clear color photograph of the proposed color on the proposed material may be submitted in lieu of the finished sample. Only colors listed in the Fence tab of the Pine Ridge paint color book will be permitted for Fences.
          • Columns 
            • May be constructed of 
                • Stone, 
                • Concrete with stucco, 
                • wood 
                • brick 
            • Shall not exceed 
                • 24 inches square 
                • 34 inches in diameter  
                • 72 inches in height above grade. 
            • When used to accent driveways, 
                • An additional allowance of 24 inches for light fixtures and ornaments is permitted. 
                • A gate may be placed between the columns. I
                • If attaching an archway to span between the columns, the maximum height of the completed archway may not exceed 20 feet above grade.
                • If a column is used as a corner delineation it may not exceed six (6) feet above grade including any ornaments.
          •  Non-continuous Fencing 
            • Is permitted. 
            • Inherits based on the location of each segment with regard to the rear line of the Main Structure
                • The height
                • Material 
                • Design
                • Style 
                • Color restrictions. 
            • The minimum number of openings must be the number of segments minus 1. When shadow boxing sections the minimum setback from post to post will be no less than 2 feet.
          • Disallowed Fences
              • No Fence shall be permitted which exceeds six (6) feet in height, except those constructed to encompass a Sports Court.
              • No barbed wire or razor wire shall be permitted to be erected on any Lot.
              • Chain link Fence(s) are not permitted forward of the Rear Line of the Main Structure.
              • Unfinished galvanized metal Fences and gates are not permitted)
          • Sports Court Fences including but not limited too tennis, basketball, and pickle ball.
              • Fences encompassing a Sports Court 
                • May be no taller than 10 feet above the Sports Court surface 
                • May only encompass the court surface and a 10-foot buffer around the playing surface. 
                • Only chain link fencing may be used to encompass Sports Courts.

           

          For Fences that are Forward of the Rear Line of the Main Structure

           

           

          • Fence Types that are allowed (2.02D)
            • Post and boards/rails,
            • Picket
            • Cross-buck
          • Materials (2.02D)
            • Types
              • Wood
              • Metal (unfinished galvanized metal is not permitted),
              • Solid or flexible vinyl,
              • Masonry (concrete block must be finished to disguise the concrete block pattern)
              • Composite
            • If more than one corner delineation is proposed they all must be made of the same materials.
            • If for any reason a non-continuous Fence is proposed each segment must be of the same materials
            • Decorative or landscaping walls 
                • Must be made of masonry 
            • Retaining walls 
                • be made of masonry or Wood. 
                • Shall, at completion of construction, retain soil of a minimum of 2/3 of the wall’s height.
          •  
            • Each section of any post and board/rail Fence shall have two(2), three (3) or four (4) boards/rails of a nominal 6 inches in width, and placed horizontally and/or 2 boards placed diagonally, between two adjoining Fence posts.
            • When three or more horizontal boards/rails are used they must be spaced apart at least three (3) inches.
            • No-climb wire may be incorporated in any Fence
            • All pickets must be vertical and parallel to each other and spaced evenly from each other.
              • This spacing shall be no less than 1.5 inches between pickets.
            • Freestanding corner delineations 
              • Shall use 1 or 3 posts with 2 sets of rails
              • If more than one corner delineation is proposed they all must be made of the same design
              • May be incorporated and adjoined to an existing Fence
              • If a column is used as a corner delineation it may not exceed six (6) feet above grade including any ornaments.
            • if for any reason a non-continuous Fence is proposed each segment must be of the same design
              • If used in conjunction with corner delineations all segments and the corner delineations must be of the same design
          • Height (2.02D)
            • The top rail of any Fence forward not exceed 54 inches above grade nor no less than 36 (thirty-six) inches
            • No picket shall be higher than 54 inches above grade
            • Posts may not exceed sixty (60) inches above grade.
            • Fence post preservation caps may not extend 4 inches higher than the post
            • Corner delineations may be no higher than 54 inches above grade.
              • If more than one corner delineation is proposed they all must be made of the same size.
            • Non-continuous Fence sections may be no higher than 54 inches above grade.
              • Each segment must be of the same size and color.
              • If used in conjunction with corner delineations all segments and the corner delineations must be of the same size
            • Decorative or landscaping walls 
              • May not exceed 3 feet above grade as their intent is to delineate borders, separate plants, bushes, and trees from lawns, create terraces for plants on slopes, and keep mulch and decorative stones from merging into lawns.
          • Colors (2.02)
            1. For Interior Lots
              • The color of the fencing that parallels the side property lines must be consistent throughout.
            2. Freestanding corner delineations
              • If more than one corner delineation is proposed they all must be made of the same color
            3. Non-continuous Fence
              • Each segment must be of the same colorif used in conjunction with corner delineations all segments and the corner delineations must be same color

           

          For Fences that are behind the Rear Line of the Main Structure

           

            • Must be constructed of 
              • Vinyl 
              • Composite, 
              • Metal (unfinished galvanized metal is not permitted)
              • Wood
              • Masonry
              • Chain link. 
            • The style of the Fence must be consistent throughout.
            • May be no higher than 6 feet above grade
            • A fence greater than 54” up to 6 feet may be constructed such that all or a portion of the Fence either totally blocks the line of sight or provides varying degrees of visibility through the Fence
            • The color of the Fence must be consistent throughout.

          Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

          Additions and/or Reconfigurations to Homes

          For a addition and/or reconfiguration you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Additions to Homes Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

            • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

          Documents needed to be included in the request

          1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
              • All the info requested on the application
              • Purpose of Addition
          2. Plans for the Home with new addition including the following information on the plans:
              • SQ Footage of the New Home w addition (3.01)
              • Pitch of the Roof over the addition (ex 5/12) (3.01D)
              • Overhang size of the addition  (3.01D)
              • Size of the Fascia over the addition  (3.01)
              • Height of the house with the addition (1.01)
              • If there is a porch, size of the Pitch of the Porch Roof related to the addition (3.01D)
          3. Site Plan including the following information on it:
              • Placement of the home on the property with the new addition. (1.01D)
              • Distances that the house with the addition as well as any accessory structure is from all sides of the plot lines.(1.01D)
              • If you have a Pool, Tennis Court or any other Accessory Structures make sure it is included on the site survey (3.02)
          4. Roof Color  and Type (Picture of shingles, or brand/type of shingles (3.01D)
          5. House Colors over the additions
              • Main Color
              • Trim
              • Door
              • Garage
              • Gutter Color (3.01B)

            Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

            1. Additions to the Main Structure are not permitted unless the addition increases floor area or height and originate from a common load-bearing wall.
            2. Additions must match the Main Structure in
                • Architectural design
                • Materials,
                • Roof structure
                • Color scheme.

            Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

             

            Lanai’s

            For a new or updated Lanai you want to use the Owner Application form. (County permit required) and the ADC Lanais Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

              • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

            Documents needed to be included in the request

            1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
                • All the info requested on the application
            2. Plot Plan including Lanai
              • location of the enclosure in relation to the property lines
              • Include all Accessory Structures on Property including size of Structures
            3. Lanai Drawing

             

            Information to be included on requested documents and in the application

              • Size of the property (acres)
              • location of the enclosure in relation to the property lines

            Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

            1. Pool enclosure is more than 25′ from property line – 2.01
            2. Shall not be placed 25 feet above grade 3.02D6
            3. Attached to the Main Structure
                  • A screen cage that is constructed over said pool and Attached to the Main Structure shall also NOT be considered an Accessory Structure.3.02D6
            4. Not Attached to the main structure
                • The square footage of the cage shall be the factor used in calculating the Accessory Structure square footage for the Lot. 3.02D6
            5. Shall meet or exceed the county wind loading specifications 3.02.

            Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

             

            Deck

            For a new or updated Deck you want to use the Owner Application form. (Citrus County Permit Required) and the ADC Decks Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

              • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

            Documents needed to be included in the request

            1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
                • All the info requested on the application
            2. Plot Plans for the Home and Deck 
              • Including changes/additions and Reconfiguration with the new Deck
              • Size/sq footage of the deck
              • Location of the deck in relation to front, sides and Rear lines of the properties with distances shown

            Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

            1. Detached Decks are considered Accessory Structures and will count toward SQ Footage limitations in 3.02A
            2. Detached Decks may not be forward of the Rear line of the Main Structure 3.02D9
            3. Decks that are attached to the Main Structure do not count against Accessory Structure count and square footage limits set within this document.3.02D9
            4. House and deck is 40 feet off the front of the property with new Deck- 1.01
            5. House/ and deck structure is 25 feet off the back of the property with new additional Deck – 1.01
            6. House /and deck structure is 25 feet off the sides of the property  with new additional Deck – 1.01

            Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

             

            Gazebo

            For a new or updated Gazebo you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Gazebos Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

              • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

            Documents needed to be included in the request

            1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
                • All the info requested on the application
            2. Plot Plans showing 
              • All external buildings – where they are located and the size of each unit including the new lanai
              • Location in feet of all Accessory Structures in relationship to property Lines
              • Location in feet of Gazebo in relationship to property Lines
            3. Picture and Information of the new Gazebo including
              • SQ Feet of the Gazebo
              • Height of the Gazebo
              • What is the Gazebo made of
              • Are there any enclosure materials and if so what is it made of
              • Color of the Gazebo
              • Color of the main structure of the house

            Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

            1. A Gazebo
                • may be prefabricated – 1.01 Section 2
                • Is limited to the Accessory SQ Footage limitations in Section 3.02A
                • Cannot be more than 120 SQ Feet 3.02C
                • Cannot be taller than 12 feet 3.02C
                • May only be enclosed with mesh screening. 3.02C
            2. The color of the Gazebo may only be
                • Natural wood,
                • Stained,
                • White
                • One of the three colors associated with the Main Structure as listed in the color book

            Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.

             

            Porches

            For a new or updated Porch you want to use the Owner Application form and the ADC Porches Checklist (list of what needs to be turned in).

              • All supporting documents can be submitted via email to Manager@pineridgeassn.com or mailed or dropped off at 5690 W. Pine Ridge Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL 34465

            Documents needed to be included in the request

            1. Owner Application for Completely Filled out
                • All the info requested on the application
            2. Full Plans for the Home including new porch
                • Pitch of the roof with new porch
                • Fascia Width with new porch
                • Overhang Width with new porch
                • Height of the roof with new porch
                • Picture of shingles, or brand/type of shingles of new porch
            3. A Site Plan including 
                • Placement of the home on the property with new porch
                • Distance the house is from the front, back and sides of the property with new porch
            4. House Colors with new porch
                • Main Color
                • Trim, Door
                • Garage

              Critical information on requested forms used to make the decisions

              1. House is 40 feet off the front of the property with new porch – 3.01
              2. House/Pool/other structure is 25 feet off the back of the property with new porch 3.01
              3. House /Pool/other structure is 25 feet off the sides of the property with new porch3.01
              4. Pitch of the roof is 3 1/2 or greater on new porch– 3.02D
              5. Fascia Width is 5 1/2 or greater with new porch– 3.02
              6. Overhang is 12″ or greater with new porch – — 3.02
              7. Height of the house is less than 20 Feet with new porch- 1.01A
              8. House colors meet the requirements laid out in with new porch 3.02
              9. Vertical style roofs are required 3.02
              10. New Porch matches style of current house – 3.02D2

              Deed Restriction sections that are relevant to this request.