Greater Construction Company, the developer of our community, deeded all the common areas and the Indian Point Recreational Complex to the Indian Point Homeowners Association and its members on February 14, 2003 at completion of our community. The use of the Indian Point Recreational Complex is for the members of Indian Point Homeowners Association in good standings ONLY.The member is the homeowner listed on the property deed and with the Osceola County Property Appraiser.Their guest is anyone living in their home, which includes family members and/or tenants.The member homeowner is legally responsible and liable for anyone using the Recreational Complex as his or her guest.The member homeowner is the only person legally recognized to represent their property.Unfortunately, family members, tenants and property managers have no authority within our community except within an individual's home.
The numbered Indian Point Recreational Complex key and key card, that the member signs for, is specifically assigned to their home. It cannot be given for use by anyone not living in that specific home. Every homeowner was issued a key when they purchased their home. A homeowner must return the key to the Indian Point Homeowners Association upon sale of their home. An assessment will be listed on their closing documents and will be credited upon return of the key. The charge for a one time, key replacement is $50.00.
The Indian Point Recreational Complex key is for use to access the playground and tennis court gates. The key card provides access to the pool and restrooms. These gates must be closed and locked at all times. Compliance with the posted Recreational Complex rules is required.
Privileges to the Indian Point Recreational Complex can be suspended, key and key card can be seized, and the homeowner will be liable for damage and non-compliance of the posted Indian Point Recreational Complex rules, the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of the Indian Point community and not current on their association dues.
If you rent your home, you are legally responsible for the Indian Point Recreational Complex key and key card that you sign for. You must have your tenant return it to you when they vacate your property. It is your responsibility to legally obtain the key from your former tenant as you are legally responsible for the use of your assigned Indian Point Recreational Complex key. Privileges can be suspended for non-payment of dues and violations of the Indian Point Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions, also know as the Deed Restrictions.
The member must provide a copy of the property deed and photo identification to sign for their numbered non-duplicatable key and key card.Only the member homeowner is authorized to sign for one Indian Point Recreational Complex key. Keys are distributed once a month by appointment, please email us at recreation @iphoa.com to schedule an your appointment during the next monthly key distribution.
The Indian Point Recreational Complex does close for severe weather and maintenance for the safety of all our residents. Also, the complex closes early on certain holidays, i.e. New Year's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Eve, etc.
If you choose not to be a member of the Indian Point Homeowners Association, you can purchase a yearly annual Recreational Pass for $100 for a calendar year access to the Indian Point Recreational Complex.
Do Not Park on the Grass!!
We would like to remind all residents that parking is only permitted within your garage or driveway as per the Indian Point Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, also known as the Deed Restrictions. Parking is not permitted on the street, lawn or grass easement located between street and sidewalk is not permitted within our community. This is a violation of the deed restriction, homeowners will be assessed a violation and fine. Fines are $100.00 per day, per violation, as per Florida State Statute, Also, placing of pavers or gravel on your lawn to create a parking space is also a violation. It is a violation of Osceola County Ordinance to block the sidewalk. You cannot park on the apron of the driveway.
Garages are only to be used for the parking of vehicles. Conversion of a garage into a room or apartment is not permitted and will legally have to be undone.
If you need more room you can apply for Architectural Review Committee approval to expand your driveway an additional 8 feet. Please contact submit an Architectural Review form to obtain the required approval. Also, driveways are not to be painted, they are to remain the natural concrete color. You cannot paint the public sidewalk as this is Osceola County property.
The parking of trailers and utility trailers, RV's, campers and recreational vehicles, boats, ski jets, buses, etc, and vehicles over 2 tons are not permitted within the community. Homeowners will be assessed a violation and vehicles will be towed at owners expense.
Planning a home improvement, painting the exterior of your home (there is an approved color palette), replace your roof, expanding your driveway, enclosing your front porch or installing a pool or fence, etc? We remind all homeowners that submission of an Architectural Review application and all the required supporting documents must be approved by the Architectural Control Board. Please complete an Architectural Review application and submit it along with the required paperwork to the committee for approval by the deadline of the
15th day of January, Marcy, May, July, September and November.
The Architectural Control Board has up to 30 days to review and reply to any application. PLEASE don't wait until the last moment to apply.
Any work done without being given written authorization may require removal or change for approval, all costs would be incurred by the owner. And assessment of fines, as per Florida State Statute, of $100 per day per violation!
You can download and print Architectural Review Application - located under the Architectural Review tab. Owners must complete the form and return it with required documents to the IPHOA Architectural Control Committee for review. If you are painting your application MUST include actual color samples to be used. Any exterior change to landscaping, pool additions, fences, storage rooms, etc must include a clear diagram of where the addition will be placed as well as a complete listing of construction materials and copies of applicable permits. Incomplete or unclear information will delay processing until all necessary information is provided. Contact the Architectural Review Committee by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Architectural Control Board meets to review all applications received by the deadline during their bi-monthly meetings, January, March, May, July, September, and November. Please send your application and paperwork for consideration to this meeting in time to be received and reviewed during their meeting. Your can either mail it or place it in the drop box located at our office at the Indian Point Recreational Complex. Once all paperwork is received the committee will then have 30 days to respond after to your application. This allows the committee time to review the application and tour the home site.
Do you rent your home?
Please be advised that if you rent out your home, either short or long term, you are required to register your home and business with the State of Florida and Osceola County. You must also have an Osceola County Business License to rent out your home, either long or short term, even if you have a property manager. The State of Florida also requires a hotel license if you rent your home on a short term bases. Your home will also be subject to inspection to make sure you have the required standards for the safety of you and your renters. Make sure a current copy of your license is displayed in your home in case an inspector stops by.
Also, your Management Company, Landscaping and Pool Service are required to have an Osceola County Business License, even if they have one for another county or the City of Kissimmee and Saint Cloud. These are available through the Osceola County Tax Office. They must also have their hang tag displayed from their rear view mirror when they are working within our community and Osceola County. These can be obtained through Osceola County Permitting.
Currently, the Osceola County Property Appraiser and Code Enforcement offices have inspectors in our community, going house to house making sure your home is registered. Several citations have been issued. Fines can be accrued at $250.00 a day, so make sure your home is in compliance.
Also, a tenant application must be submitted for approval by the Indian Point Homeowners Association for long term rentals. You can obtain an application for your tenant at estoppel @iphoa.com.
You are also required to insure that your tenant and property manager comply with the Indian Point Deed Restrictions and Osceola County Ordinances that govern our community. As it is you the homeowner that is assessed the violation and fine,
Don't get fined, so register and comply!
Osceola County Animal Services would like to remind all homeowners of the rules:
*Pets should have the required licenses and vaccination. *Dogs are to be on a leach not roaming loose throughout the community. *Barking dogs are a nuisance. Be respectful of your neighbors and your community. *If you have an issue with a dog trespassing on your property call them at 407-742-8000. Take a photograph of the situation for the deputy when they respond. *Certain breeds do require additional insurance coverage. *Please remember to pick up after your pet. *Pets are not permitted in the Recreational Complex, this means the entire area including the playground, pool and cabana, parking lot and green spaces, and the retention pond areas located on Dakota Point, Yowell and Oakbrook Court. *Do not feed stray cats as they invite others into the community. They are becoming a nuisance and creating safety issues. Anyone feeding a stray cat is considered the owner. They must have the cat vaccinated and licensed. They must also bring the cat inside. Failure to comply will subject the homeowner a violation and fine.
We know that there is a tradition of fireworks on 4th of July or New Years Eve. We would like to remind all residents that as per the Florida State Statute and Osceola County Ordinance, no ariel fireworks are permitted within a residential area.Unfortunately, the shooting of fireworks into the air is against the law. The Osceola County Sheriff's Department has informed us that the sparklers or fireworks that remain on the ground are the only type permitted in the county. Those that go into the air are illegal. If you want to see aerial fireworks, it is suggested that you go to a local event or theme parks planned for that evening. This is for your safety and that of your property. You are also liable for any injuries or damage as a result.
This is also a violation of the Noise Ordinance, 94-14. Please remember enforcement of these rules is for the safety of all residents and their property. There will be zero tolerance of violators due to respect for your neighbors and the community.