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The Island Village 2 Welcome Book

Welcome to our neighborhood and congratulations on the purchase of your home! On behalf of the Island Village 2 Homeowners Association (HOA) Board of Directors and the other homeowners of we would like to welcome you our community. Over the coming months we look forward to meeting you whether it be walking down the streets, at the pool or a community activity. The operation of your homeowners association is governed by a board of five (5) volunteer directors. The Board of Directors is elected by the community to oversee the daily functions and financial responsibilities of the Association. The Board is also responsible for maintaining members’ compliance with the established covenants and bylaws of the Association. They have specific provisions regarding what can and cannot be done on your property. Please take the time to read through the Bylaws and Covenants documents you received during the home purchase process. Copies are available on our website

Our community web site is an official communication channel between the Board of Directors and Homeowners. Upcoming activities, events, announcements, a community calendar, newsletter, deed restrictions and bylaws, architectural request forms, DRV forms, and volunteer committee information can all be found there.

Please take a few minutes to visit and familiarize yourself with its resources and get to know your community and neighbors through the Blog section. The web site provides ready answers to most of the questions homeowners have. If you don’t find the information you need there, the Board of Directors (BOD) and the Management Company may be contacted through the email link at the bottom of the home page. The Management Company should be contacted for service issues relating to community property; complaints regarding specific by-law violations, or questions regarding your monthly homeowners’ dues assessment. Please contact Management Company regarding issues relating to late fees etc.

Whether you are a new homeowner or an existing owner, you may have some ideas on how you’d like to improve your property. Please keep in mind, the Association has an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) to help maintain the quality of our neighborhood. Its function is to evaluate the plans for all exterior changes, repairs and remodeling (such as painting, landscaping, windows and window boxes, sun rooms, doors, decks, fences, light fixtures, trees, etc.) to ensure compliance with all Covenants and By-laws. The purpose of this review is to protect our scenic environment and maintain the value of our homes. All modifications to the exterior of your property must be submitted to the ACC for approval before any work begins. If work is started without prior approval, the homeowner risks being cited for a covenant violation and may be required to alter or remove the changes at significant cost. Below is quick at-a-glance information that you may find helpful. Please remember to log on to the website and update your account information and register your pets (see pet registration form on website).

Declarations of Covenants Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R’s) and The HOA Act, Section 720 Florida Statutes

These documents are available on the website: The Homeowners Association Covenants and Bylaws, Architectural Guidelines,

 Current  Homeowners Association (HOA) Board of Directors

The Board

May impose fines for HOA violations and provide the owner at least 14 days written notice of the penalty, and an “opportunity for a hearing upon request” before an independent committee.

Architectural Control Committee (ACC).

(on demand)

A committee of at least three (3) homeowners (non-board members). All modifications to the exterior of your property must be submitted to the ACC for approval prior to beginning the project. Forms for submitting requests for approval can be found on our website.

Fining Committee (on demand)

The HOA Act, Section 720.305 FS - A committee of at least three (3) members appointed by the board tasked with evaluating fines for violation of HOA rules. The fining committee members also serve as the grievance committee members.

Grievance Committee

(on demand)

Provides the opportunity for review of grievances brought by homeowners. Made up of three at least (3) owners non-board members. The grievance committee members are the same as the fining committee members.

Property Inspections & Work Orders

Neighborhood inspections occur on a regular basis to identify maintenance problems and violations. If any property maintenance issues need to be addressed, homeowners will be notified by mail. Homeowners may be subject to fines if violations are not corrected. Please submit work orders online via website.

Deed Restriction Violations (DRV)

To report a DRV, please log on to the website and complete the DRV submission form. Alternatively, you may report a DRV via telephone or email to the management company. All DRVs submitted by a resident will be automatically added to our next inspection review for resolution. All DRV reporting is confidential will not be disclosed to the offending resident.

Waste Management &

Trash Collection

Trash collection is Monday & Thursday each week. Recycling pick -up is on Saturdays. No construction debris, furniture or large items are allowed in the Dumpsters. Containers are provided by Waste Pro 772-595-9390.

Recycling Items

·         Only the following items are allowed in the recycling bins: Mixed paper: Newspaper, magazine, junk mail, cardboard, frozen food packaging, wrapping paper, paper bags, etc. Cans: aluminum, foil, tin, steal, aerosol (empty without pressure) and metal food trays.

·         Unbroken glass: Wine bottles, bottles and jars. Plastic: Rigid containers like milk jugs, shampoo or water bottles.

Pool (Maintained by Island Village 2)

The pool is an amenity offered only to residents and their guests. Entry to the pool requires key access provided to each homeowner at closing. Access to pool area is limited to homeowners in good standing (no balance owed on assessments or fees) For your safety; please adhere to the Pool Rules that are posted at the pool. No pets are allowed in the pool area. Large floating devices, eating or drinking in the pool is prohibited and is considered a safety violation. Noodles are allowed. Violation of pool rules may lead to fines.

Tennis Courts (Maintained by Island Village 1 HOA)

Please observe safety rules at all times please do not play when ground is wet or slippery.


There is no assigned parking. Some owners have parking spaces directly in front of their units and are able to use these spaces routinely. Please follow the golden rule when parking in front of your neighbors unit.

Onsite Maintenance Provided by the Management Company

Maintenance Personnel is available Monday-Friday 7am -11am (hours are subject to change) to complete general work orders, maintain grounds, pool area, and bathrooms other duties as assigned. Maintenance staff report to the Management Company and are not employees of the HOA. Please do not remove items such as (ladders, hand trucks) from the work area without permission of maintenance personnel.

Pool & Mail Box Keys

Seller should provide new homeowner with pool access key and mailbox key.

Open Patio Area

There should be no structure visible above the fence. All vegetation and other items should be below the fence line. Umbrellas (non-permanent) are allowed when in use only. Outdoor lighting should be conforming to other units.

Pet Restrictions & Registration

Owners are allowed to have 2 pets. Cats & dogs are permitted and must weigh no more than 20 pounds at maturity. Please log on to the website and register your pets. All pets must be on a leash at all times when outside on community property (St. Lucie County ordinance). Homeowners are required to pick up after their pets and dispose of excrement in the trash.

Hurricane Preparedness

During the hurricane season please take precautions to secure your home. Ply wood is not allowed on windows and doors. White accordion shutters are permitted. If the island is required to evacuate you must show proof of residence to officials in order to return after the storm (contact management company for more details).

Renting your Property

Vacation Rentals are prohibited. You must own for one year before you are permitted to rent your property. There are occupancy restrictions, so be aware of the by-laws. Contact management company regarding lease application, interview and screening approval process. Renters must sign a form stating that they are aware of the association rules and regulations (R&R’s). Renters must follow the R&R’s AT ALL TIMES as if they owned the property. If a renter violates the R&R’s the property owner will be liable for all damages and cost assessments which could become a lien on the property.

Contacting Management Company

Our Management Company is Signature Property Management (SPM) and our representative is Elizabeth Stewart.


Elizabeth Stewart, LCAM 

Signature Community Manager

T: (772) 219-4474

F: (772) 219-4746


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