II - USE OF COMMON ELEMENTS
1. REFUSE AND RECYCLE BINS
All refuse must be securely tied in bags before being placed in garbage bins.
B. The P.O.A. requests and encourages
all residents to recycle. Please empty and rinse all bottles, jars and cans. Placing recycle items in a bag is
not rerquired. NO PLASTIC BAGS ALLOWED IN RECYCLE BINS.
C. Boxes must be flattened before placing in recycle
D. No lighted cigarettes or flammable materials are to be placed in bins at anytime.
A. Walkways, sidewalks, entrances, driveways and docks shall not be obstructed in
any manner. Nothing except door entrance mats may be placed on the walkways at any time.
A. One storage room has been provided for each building. This area is to be
reasonably used by all unit owners in their respective building.
B. Volatile liquids such as paints,
lacquers and paint thinners, and no empty cartons, tires and similar combustibles or bicycles shall be kept in the storage
4. SANITARY DRAINS
A. Paper towels, sanitary napkins,
disposable diapers, grease or other hard to dissolve materials, shall NEVER be deposited in the toilets or sinks.
Usage of outside storms/car-wash drains.
1. No toxic material, liquid or solid is to be
placed in the outside storm/car wash drains. This water flows directly into South River ponds.
A. There shall be no soliciting or door-to-door canvassing by any person
anywhere in South River, except for South River sponsored and P.O.A. approved projects.
LAWNS AND GROUNDS
A. Chairs, lounges, blankets, beach towels and similar items must be removed
B. Outside plantings and or removals must be approved by each Village Board.
are not permitted on sidewalks, lawns or walkways of buildings. Bicycle racks provided are to be used for bicycles.
Bicycles may not be parked in carports. The use of skateboards, scooters, inline skates are not permitted anywhere in
7. FISHING AND CRABBING
A. Only residents of South
River and their guests may go fishing and crabbing from our docks, walkways or grounds, and must not interfere with the right
of others or passage of boats.
B. No person shall scale or clean fish at any place on the docks or seawalls, except
at fish cleaning station designated for that purpose.
8. ASSOCIATION USE OF FACILITIES
A. The use of common facilities as approved by the Association for the scheduled general use of its membership
as a whole, takes precedence over the casual use by individual unit owners and lessees.
COOKING - COMMON AREAS
A. Outdoor cooking shall not be permitted anywhere in South River other
than areas approved by the Village Boards or the P.O.A. (See Section V - Item #17).
III - RESIDENT CONDUCT
1. NUISANCES AND NOISE
No nuisance will be allowed anywhere upon the condominium property, the recreation areas or within which is a source
of annoyance to any other resident.
B. Children shall not play on walkways, in parking areas or on stairwells.
C. Stereos, musical instruments, radios, TV's, etc. shall be played at a low volume, so as not to be objectionable
to other residents.
2. DRESS CODE
A. The minimum approved
body covering to be worn in all areas outside of units with the exception of the areas within the pool enclosure is:
halter, shorts and footwear for women; shirts, shorts and footwear for men; and similar covering for children, including
footwear. A beach robe or other covering over bathing suits must be worn to and from the pool areas, with the required
footwear. Pool shoes must be exclusively for the pool.
SECTION IV - MOTOR VEHICLES
1. PARKING AREAS
A. One parking space (or
carport if purchased License separately) is assigned to each unit owner. Front of cars must be headed toward the bumper
stop at all times.
B. A second car may be parked only in guest parking space.
MUST park their cars in guest parking space.
D. Parking on South River Drive or on landscaped areas is prohibited,
except near the dock, horseshoe area and boccie ball court. (Exception will be made for special events at the clubhouse
or when needed for parking lot repairs, cleaning or sealing.)
E. The operator of any vehicle which drips
oil or gasoline, or is a safety hazard, must have the situation corrected. Inoperable vehicles or vehicles with expired
plates will be removed.
F. Parking in other than assigned space is prohibited.
A. See P.O.A. Declaration of Covenants under Restrictions, Sections 8.2A,
8.2 B, 8.2 F.
B. No prohibited vehicle shall be parked anywhere in the Village parking areas at anytime except
such temporary parking as may be necessary for deliveries, moving, repairmen and other service oriented vehicles.
Prohibited vehicles may be towed away at the owner's expense after a prior warning in writing.
A. Washing of all motor vehicles is permitted only in the areas provided in each Village.
Check channel 63 for water restrictions.
B. Major servicing or repair of any vehicle is not permitted within South
SECTION V - USE OF RECREATIONAL AREAS
NOTE: Children under
fourteen years of age MUST be accompanied by an adult. Unit owners will assume responsibility for their actions
and be financially responsible for any injuries or damage caused by a child when in any recreational area or when using any
A. The clubhouse is closed
to all activities at 11:00 PM, with the exception of activities approved by the P.O.A.
B. Doors to the clubhouse
and pool are opened with a key furnished to unit owners. Additional (or replacement of lost keys) are $5.00. These
keys must be temporarily transferred to their lessees and guests, when required.
C. The clubhouse may be used by
residents, their family and guests, and for parties and functions sponsored by the Association. Those in charge of any
activities are responsible for leaving the clubhouse in a tidy condition.
D. The ice machine in the clubhouse is
to be used for Association activities only. Use by individuals for personal reasons is PROHIBITED.
indilviduals may borrow furniture or equipment. Recognized clubs and Village Boards may use furniture or equipment,
providing the person responsible signs the equipment out at the office.
F. The last person to leave the clubhouse
is responsible for turning off all lights, all fans and electric range. All doors and windows are to be locked.
Persons with wet bathing suits are not permitted in any area of the clubhouse. Shoes and proper attire are required.
H. Activities sponsored by the South River Association have precedence over private use. The clubhouse may be
reserved for private use subject to the following conditions:
1. Applicants shall be a
resident owner in good standing in South River and must be present during the event. Applications are available at the
2. Applicant shall submit the application and have P.O.A. approval.
3. Clubhouse use for private parties is limited to parties given by private clubs (provided
that a unit owner is a member of the private club) and owners or immediate family for a unit owner. (Example: sons,
daughters, fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, grandparents and grandchildren.) The clubhouse may not be used for presentations
regarding commercial or non-condominium related subjects, such as investments, insurance and product promotions.
4. Reservations are to be made no more than 90 days and no less than 10 days prior to the event and shall be reconfirmed
30 days, if available, prior to the event. Notice of reservation shall be posted on the clubhouse calendar in the office
on the day the reservation is approved by the P.O.A.
5. Applicant shall be financially
responsible for the action of guests and damage requiring repair or replacement. Applications must be accompanied by
a $250.00 deposit. This $250.00 shall be returned providing the clean-up is satisfactory and nothing has been damaged.
If cleaning is not satisfactory, the standard janitorial cost shall ve deducted from this deposit.
6. Liquor and alcoholic beverages are prohibited at private parties at the clubhouse, due to the liability to which
it exposes South River Property Owner's Association, Inc. Exceptons may be granted to this prohibition only if the person
or persons giving the party provides adequate written proof of insurance to protect, defend and indemnify South River Property
Owner's Association, Inc. in case of any liability arising out of the use or the serving of alcohol. The coverage shall
be in an amount no less than one million dollars and the Board of Directors may require that the Association be listed as
a named insured on the insurance.
7. Applicant shall accompany a designated representative
of the P.O.A. in an inspection tour of the area prior to the event and after the cleanup. Cleanup to occur no later
than 10:00 AM the following morning.
8. Rules for the day of the event for the clubhouse
A. Private parties must set up on day of event
unless there is no scheduled event the night before.
Notice specifying the hours of use shall be posted by the applicant on the clubhouse entry door on the day of use.
C. Smoking is prohibited ANYWHERE in the clubhouse.
Only the clubhouse meeting room, kitchen and rest rooms may be used for private parties. No food is to be served or
eaten in any other area.
E. Children are to be supervised
at all times.
F. The sound system shall not be used.
G. Guest parking is limited to designated clubhouse parking
H. Kitchen consumable items are not to be used.
9. Any group forming a private club must submit their rules to the P.O.A. for approval and
this includes any existing private clubs.
2. BILLIARD ROOM
A. Persons under fourteen years of age are allowed in the billiard room when accompanied by an adult.
B. Food, beverages, bathing suits and bare feet are not permitted.
should be shown for others who may be waiting to play.
D. Sitting on tables to make
special shot is not allowed, use bridge provided.
E. Cues must be returned to racks at
end of play.
F. Tables must be brushed (towards road) at end of play.
G. No smoking.
H. Place (do not drop) billiard balls on tables.
I. When leaving Billiard Room, turn off lights.
A. Courts are open from 8:00 AM to sunset.
B. Food, beverages or glass
containers not permitted in court area, except water in unbreakable containers.
shoes or non-marking shoes only on courts.
D. Children 14 years of age and under will
be permitted on the courts only if accompanied by an adult. Children under 5 years of age are not allowed on court.
E. Proper etiquette and attire at all times.
play to one hour when others are waiting.
G. Other than scheduled play sign up shall be
no more than 24 hours in advance.
H. All posted rules at the courts must be observed.
4. SWIMMING POOL
A. The pool will be
open from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Swim at your own risk. There is No life guard on duty.
B. No diapers allowed in pool. Children not toilet trained will be permitted with proper leak preventing swimming
C. Children 14 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
D. Appropriate swimwear must be worn in pool.
must shower before entering the pool. Persons who have applied suntan oil, lotion or cream, must spread protective covering
or towel on chairs and lounges before sitting on them, and must shower again before entering pool.
F. No ball playing or dangerous activities shall be permitted on the pool deck or in the pool.
G. No chairs or chaise lounges may be reserved or removed from the pool deck.
No radios, CD players or other audio or video receivers of any kind may be played in the pool area unless with headphones.
CD's are allowed to be used during scheduled water - aerobic classes.
I. No floating objects
such as rafts, tubes, surfboards, balls, etc. are permitted in the pool. Only body attached swimming aids and exercise
floats, weights and noodles are permitted.
J. Courteous behavior shall be maintained at
K. Persons with infections or contagious health conditions cannot use the pool.
L. Pool may not be reserved for private parties.
in the pool area is not permitted.
N. No food in pool area except when approved by the
P.O.A. for a special function. Only unbreakable drinking containers permitted.
All County and Florida State Health rules pertaining to the use of pools must be observed at all times.
P. All residents must vacate the pool when it is being serviced.
A. At no time shall anyone walk on the playing surface of the courts.
B. Children fourteen years of age and under will be permitted on the courts only if accompanied by an adult.
C. No bare feet or wet bathing suits. Cover-up garment is required.
should show consideration of others waiting to play.
E. At conclusion of play, all equipment
must be returned to its proper place of storage.
F. No food or beverages allowed in court
area, except water in unbreakable containers.
G. Regularly scheduled play will hold preference
over individual play.
H. No smoking in shuffleboard area.
A. Horseshoe area is located near storage area #2 on South
B. Horseshoe courts are open from 9:00 AM to sunset.
C. Children under 14 years of age are not permitted on the courts unless accompanied by an adult.
D. Shoes and proper attire must be worn.
E. Players should show consideration of
others waiting to play.
F. At conclusion of play all equipment must be returned to its
proper place of storage.
7. BOCCE BALL
A. Courts are open from 9:00 AM to sunset.
B. Children under 14 years of age are
not permitted on the courts unless accompanied by an adult.
C. Players should show consideration
of others waiting to play.
D. At conclusion of play all equipment must be returned to
its proper storage place.
8. STORAGE COMPOUND #1
A. Storage area #1 is located west of Village 5.
B. The storage area is for storing
boats, trailers and recreational vehicles.
C. Space users are responsible for the cleanup
of debris, rust and oil deposits on the concrete pavement. Failure to do so within 30 days after notification may result
in cancellation of the space reservation. A trash receptacle is available for your use just outside the gate.
D. One key per reserved space is available from the Boat Committee Chairperson, at a refundable
deposit of $200.00. Money is refunded if space is no longer wanted. If key is lost, a new one will be issued at
a cost of $200.00.
E. South River P.O.A. is not liable or to be held responsible
for any damage, loss or theft of boars or vehicles in the storage area.
F. Owners relinquish
their use of the boat dock, launching ramp and storage area when their unit is leased.
New tenants/owners must have their names entered on the waiting list if all spaces are taken, in order to be eligible for
assignment of storage space.
H. All spaces will be assigned by the P.O.A. with the recommendations
of the South River Boating and Recreational Vehicle Committee.
I. Due to space
restrictions, only one of the following will be allowed per unit: Boat/trailer, house trailer-RV.
J. All stored boats, trailers and recreational vehicles must be within the lined space assigned (Front, back and
K. Electrical power may only be used for power tools necessary to make repairs
and charging of batteries. No charger is to be connected for a period longer than 12 hours.
STORAGE COMPOUND #2
A. Storage Compound #2 is located near
the river on the north side of South River Drive.
B. The east side of the compound
is reserved for assigned boats, trailers and RV's. The west side is for vans, trucks, motorcycles, commercial vehicles
and trailers of residents and their guests.
C. At no time are automobiles peremitted to
be stored in this area for long periods of time without approval from the P.O.A.
A. Boat launching ramp is for the use of South River residents only.
B. The ramp gate is to be locked after each usage.
Minor maintenance/cleaning is the responsibility of all ramp users.
D. When your boat
is in the water, vehicles and empty boat trailer may be parked on the lawn next to the roadway. No overnight
parking is allowed in this area.
11. DAY DOCK
A. Boat dockage is allowed for residents and guests.
B. overnight dockage
C. Docks parallel to boat ramp to be used only for launching and retrieving
D. Children 12 years of age and under will not be permitted on the docks unless
accompanied by an adult.
E. No swimming or water skiing is allowed from the docks.
F. All boats must approach and leave the dock at idle speed.
A. Sign release form in shop or office.
B. Shop must be cleaned after each use.
C. All tools taken from shop must be signed
out and returned within 24 hours.
D. The shop is not to be used for projects that are
to be sold on the *open market*.
E. The shop will be closed each night at 9:00 PM.
F. Last one out will turn off lights and lock all doors.
Respect and care of machinery is expected.
A. Library is open 7 days a week, 8:00 AM until 11:00 PM.
B. Residents may borrow
materials and return the materials to library when done with them.
C. No card tables/chairs
to be used in library.
D. Place donated books in the book return container or on the floor
next to it.
E. Turn off light when exiting library.
A. Only materials for recreation use and cleaning can
be stored in clubhouse.
15. INFORMATION/COMPUTER ROOM
A. A multi-facet area used in part by many groups under the approval of the P.O.A.
A. The gazebo located in the pool area is for the use
of all South River residents to enjoy the comfort of the shaded area.
A. Grills are available at and horseshoe areas. Groups
of 6 or more must reserve time and date on sign up calendar in the Information Room. Turn off gas and clean the grille
and surroundings when done.
18. BULLETIN BOARDS
A. The clubhouse bulletin board outside in the pool area is for the use of all residents and all bulletins must be kept
to a paper size 3" x 5".
B. Village bulletin boards are only for the use of
Village Board Directors and authorized organizations of South River with a paper size 5" x 8".
VI - LEASES AND SALES OF UNITS
A. Refer to each individual Village's documents.
A. Refer to each individual Village's documents.