In order to be a recognized homeowners’ association, the association must be a Florida corporation. To be official, the governing documents must be recorded with the Clerk of the County Court. The documents for Turtle Rock Community Association, Inc. (Turtle Rock) can be found on this page.
PLEASE BE PATIENT AS SOME DOCUMENTS ARE LARGE AND MAY TAKE A FEW MOMENTS TO LOAD.
Turtle Rock Owner’s Manual
Effective February 1, 2019 the Turtle Rock Owner’s Manual contains up-dated language, information, rules and regulations, and emergency guidelines procedures important to owners, tenants and their guests. This document replaces all previous Rules and Regulations and the previous Architectural Review Committee (ARC) guidelines.
This document is designed to assist owners, their tenants and guests, in safe-guarding the beauty of the community as well as promoting personal and property safety. The Rules and Regulations and ARC documents have been combined, and they have been completely reviewed, updated, reorganized, and rewritten. The section on rules and regulations is now more concise and topic areas are more easily identifiable. In some cases, new rules and regulations have been adopted to ensure that Turtle Rock maintains its place as a beautiful, welcoming, and safe community.
Florida Statute 720
In Florida, homeowners’ association laws are derived from Statutes 720. Commonly referred to as simply HOA laws, these encompass everything from homeowner association dues to board meetings and regulations.
The governing documents for Turtle Rock are below. Click on each link to see/print the documents.
- Articles of Incorporation
- Amended & Restated Bylaws
- Declaration of Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
This section contains other laws and ordinances which Turtle Rock residents must abide by.
- Collections Policy
- Compliance Policy
- TR Community Center Rules and Procedures
- TR Community Center/Area Use Guidelines
- TR Tennis Courts Use Guidelines
While the information provided above is believed to be correct, there is no liability for any loss or damage occurring by reason of reliance thereon.