On August 26, 2019, a new set of Design Rules, Regulations and Guidelines were passed by the Passage Islands Homeowners Association. Please read the newly installed guidelines below.
All alterations to the exterior of residential units, landscaping and piers shall be approved in advance and in accordance with the procedures promulgated under Articles VIII and XIII of the Restated Passage Islands Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions. This includes additions, renovations and the demolition of existing improvements with newly built replacement. Requests for approval are ultimately considered by the Jonathan’s Landing Design Control Board (“DCB”). The Design & Development Guidelines published by the DCB shall serve as the primary authoritative document, supplemented by the following.
Any previously approved or non-conforming design feature and/or color shall not be acceptable in cases of future repair, maintenance, repainting, addition, modification, new construction, etc. The terminology “as exists” shall mean an original design/color feature being common to existing Passage Islands homes.
Base is PPG #PP519-10XI/04
Available from PPG Paints (formerly Porter Paints) in Jupiter
Samples are available from the Property Manager
Stucco pattern as exists
Brick or faux brick window sill, window/door header, column banding and privacy wall top as exists
Barrel clay tile as exists; darker shade up to 25% of coverage allowed
(example Santafé Mission Barrel 75% red, 25% red fume)
Bronze/brown tone color
Rectangular paneled aluminum, wood or fiberglass as exists (example Wayne Dalton Model 8100)
Colored one of the following:
6. Entrance Doors
Oak or mahogany double doors or single door with sidelight windows
Rectangular insert panels as exists preferred, but other designs will be considered
Varnished or stained to the natural wood color or brown tone similar to garage doors
Transom window allowed
Screen door allowed; framing should be bronze tone aluminum or wood matching entrance door color
Brown tone similar to color of garage doors
Concrete painted off white or beige
Pavers brick tone color and pattern as exists
Entry steps/porch may be a brown tone tile or natural stone
All future driveway replacements or construction shall be pavers
9. Light Fixtures and Railings
Bronze tone or black color
Style as exists; may be unique to each unit
10. Landscape Lighting
Low voltage placed as close to grade as possible
All units shall have a mailbox, post and wrap base as described below:
Hanover Lantern Pine Valley Model M136 (see attached illustration) with a plain post cap, raised cast address numerals on the sign and smooth post texture, finished in Weathered Bronze.
No personal attachments of any kind or vegetation allowed on the mailbox, post or wrap base. No personal landscaping or ornaments on the ground area surrounding the wrap base, which shall be covered with rock chips regarded as landscaping being maintained as a general cost of the Association.
Limited to storage of a canoe, kayak, small inflatable boat, personal watercraft or boat under 16’ length
Affixed to primary dock of the unit; may not replace the primary dock
The Board of Directors reserves the right to require additional drawings and other documentation
following receipt and initial review of the prescribed DCB Request Form
Costs to the Association for outside professional consultants in relation to review of project submissions
will be assessed individually to the applicable member
A security deposit of an amount as determined by the Board of Directors will be required for potential
damages to Association property during the course of a project