What are the duties and responsibilities of the Brookwood Homeowners Association?
The purpose of your community association is to own and maintain the common areas for the benefit of all homeowners. These areas include roadside landscaping, the neighborhood park and preservation areas. The association, through its Board of Directors also enforces the rights and obligations outlined in the community’s Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions and associated documents.
Who are the members of the association?
Every homeowner within Brookwood is a member of the Brookwood Homeowners Association.
How can I get involved with the HOA or join one of its Committees?
Contact your HOA Board of Directors by sending an email to email@example.com.
What is the Architectural Review Criteria and Procedures Manual?
This manual explains the design standards for the community and the process of submitting for approval. Please be aware that any improvement to the exterior of your home must first receive approval from the Architectural Review Board. This includes exterior paint or roof color change, pools, screen enclosures, fences, flagpoles, satellite dishes, driveway and walkway finishes, landscaping additions and any other improvements to the exterior of your house.
Who should I contact with a question or concern involving the community?
Contact our Property Manager, Aubrie Synan at (904) 998-5365, ext. 231 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When using email, please include your inquiry topic and street address in the subject line for a quicker review and response. Allow two business days for a response to general questions.
When do I pay my association annual assessment?
At the beginning of each calendar year, you should receive a billing notice for that year’s Annual Assessment. This assessment is due by January 30. Payments received after this date will be charged a $25 late fee. Unpaid assessments are subject to late fees and interest and a lien may be filed against your property in accordance with the community’s covenants and Florida law. If you have any questions about your account or billings, please contact Emmy Sables in First Coast’s accounting department at (904) 998-5365 ext. 226 or email@example.com.
What is the Tolomato Community Development District?
The Tolomato Community Development District (CDD) was established to assist in the financing and construction of public infrastructure within Nocatee including major roadways, parks and other amenities serving property owners in Nocatee. The CDD has the responsibility to operate and maintain these improvements. You pay assessments and fees to the CDD through a line item on your tax bill. These fees are not associated with the Brookwood HOA. For more information, read A Guide to Nocatee’s Community Development District or review the Tolomato CDD Documents.