PFCCCA, Inc. Fine Policy

Authority to impose fine is covered under Article V, Powers and Duties of the Board of Directors,

Section 1. Powers.  The Board of Directors shall have power to:

  • Adopt and publish rules and regulations governing the use of  the Common Properties, Restricted Common Properties and Purchased Common Properties, and the personal conduct of the members and their guests thereon, and to establish penalties for the infraction thereof.

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Architectural Review Board

Required ARB Proposal Form

Completion of this Proposal Form is required for all renovations, modifications, or additions to home or lot.
(examples: roof, sunroom, garage, room addition, fence, storage building, shed, pool, hot tub, deck, patio, pavement, solar, pond, etc.)

Fine Policy

Please familiarize yourself with the PFCCCA, Inc. Fine Policy.

Key Points Addressing Frequently Asked Questions

Roofing and Solar Panels

All roofing shingles must be black in color — architectural or 30 year shingles are advised.  Solar panels will only be considered for approval when proposed placement is on the rear roof.  Solar panels proposed on the front or side roof will not be considered or approved.

Parking

No vehicular parking on streets overnight.  Parking is enforced by the Town of Summerville.

Signs

No signage is to be placed in public right of ways, common areas, street corners, etc.  The HOA may place signage pertinent to the community as a whole in these areas.  Signage such as FOR SALE, OPEN HOUSE, etc., may be placed only on the specific lot where the activity is taking place.

Mailboxes

Mailboxes must be black (post and boxes).

Boats, Trailers, etc.

No boats, trailers, campers, etc., may be parked in driveways or yards.

Moving PODs

PODs or storage bins may be used during the moving period only.

Dogs

All dogs must be walked on leashes and waste tended to by dog owner.

Home Additions

Any and all exterior additions shall be presented to the ARB through this review request Proposal Form. This includes fences, sheds, sunrooms, additions, etc.

Wood fencing is to be wood with 1″ spacing between boards and scalloped/swagged.
fence

Black metal fencing is allowed.

Swimming Pools

All pools require approval.  Above ground pools are not allowed and will not be approved.

Yard Sale

The HOA sponsors one (1) community garage sale annually.  The sale is held on the third Saturday in September.

Air Conditioners | HVAC

Window units are not allowed.

Violation of Covenants – Trash Cans, Boats, Trailers, etc.

In an effort to maintain the appeal, integrity and property values of our beautiful neighborhood, the Pine Forest Country Club Community Association, Inc. would like to remind residents of a few of the covenants which make Pine Forest a highly desirable and acclaimed Lowcountry community:

“No utility trailer, camper, recreational vehicle, boat, tent,
barn, tree house, steel building, or other similar outbuilding or structure shall be placed on any lot at any time, either temporarily or permanently….”

“Each lot owner shall provide a screened area not generally visible from the road to serve as a service yard and an area for the storage of garbage receptacles and fuel tanks or similar storage receptacles….”

Unfortunately, a number of residents are in violation of the above covenants. We respectfully request that anyone in violation please take corrective action. If you notice a neighbor violating a covenant, please encourage them to adhere to the rules which were established to maintain the allure and character of our community. We are specifically urging all residents to please remove all boats, trailers, etc., from your property. We also ask that you place your garbage cans and receptacles in an area where they out of sight from the road, golf course and other residents.

Thank you for your time. Adhering to these covenants will benefit us all as we strive to ensure Pine Forest remains an attractive and highly sought-after Lowcountry community!

Respectfully,
The Board of Directors
Pine Forrest Country Club Community Association, Inc.

Trash Cans in View from Street

The neighborhood covenants require that all trash and recycle containers be stored so that they are not viewable from the street.

Trash and recycle containers should be placed on the street no earlier than the evening before pickup. Trash and recycle containers should be removed from the street on the same day as pickup.

Golf Fairway Residential Areas

Owners of Golf Fairway lots are encouraged to read Section IV “Special Restrictions Affecting Golf Fairway Residential Areas” of the Community Association and General Covenants of Pine Forest Country Club.  This section of the covenants addresses easements, landscaping, and rights of access to your property.

Go to:  http://pineforesthoa.com/documents/pfcc%20covenants/covenants.pdf