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Architectural Control Committee

The Indian Beach Board of Directors and ACC are committed to maintaining the beauty of Indian Beach as it was designed by the developers.  The DCC&Rs will be strictly adhered to as we move to over 50% build out.  Variances will be reviewed for extreme hardships based on topography, landscaping and conditions of the property and not that of opinions and certain building styles. A commitment by owner/builder must be made prior to receiving an ACC Construction Application.
 
Variances will no longer be given for overhang.  Minimum of 12" required
 
No rear facing homes allowed.
 
Please contact info@indianbeachpoa.com for your questions and concerns.
 
 
 
 
 
The Architectural Control Committee Members:
 
Glenn Cramer
Vincent Bruno
John Dromgoole
Ed Brown
 
 
 
Per the Restriction, Covenants and Conditions of Indian Beach, guidelines for the Architectural Control are as follows-
 
“No building, fence, wall, pier, dock, swimming pool, play ground 
equipment, outdoor cooking or eating facility of permanent nature or
other structure of ANY kind shall be commenced, erected, or 
maintained upon any lot in the Subdivision, nor shall any exterior addition
 or change or alteration of the exterior be made until the plans and specifications 
showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials and location of the same shall 
have beep submitted to and approved in writing by the Architectural Control Committee.”
 
This includes changing house paint color or color of wood, pergolas, palapas or other constructed shade or landscape feature, outdoor showers, cargo lifts, etc.  ANY change to the outside of the property must have ACC approval via an application, and if construction of any kind is involved, a City permit will also be required or be subject to fines.