HOA Rules Enforcement

The primary responsibility of your homeowners’ association is to maintain decorum and protect home values for all members. For this reason, the Ormond Green HOA Declarations of Covenants & Restrictions identifies requirements for the upkeep of property and homes within the subdivision and restrictions on certain activity.   The HOA attempts to resolve compliance issues through publications of rules, friendly reminders about rules and letters to members identifying violations. 

If friendly reminders fail to encourage members to address compliance issues, a letter identifying the issues and citations of applicable articles and sections of the Declarations of Covenants and Restrictions may be sent to the member.  If issues identified in the notice remain unresolved 14 days from the date of the notice, the board can implement a fine of $100.00 per day until all issues identified have been resolved.

Members fined for non-compliance can request a hearing before the Compliance Committee. If the committee, by majority vote, does not approve a proposed fine, the fine cannot be imposed. If the proposed fine is approved by the committee, payment is due 5 days after notice of the approved fine is provided.  Fla. Stat. § 720.305.   

If you have received a notice indicating a fine has been levied and wish to request a hearing before the Compliance Committee, send an email requesting a hearing to contact@ormondgreenhoa.com including your name, property address and a valid phone number. A member of the Compliance Committee will contact you within 3 calendar days to schedule a hearing. 


Premises are to b​e maintained free of:

  • Debris and litter
  • Outside storage of personal property
  • Garbage Cans or Containers in front of Garage Door
  • Ragweed, poison ivy, oak, and sumac
  • Grass and weeds in excess of 12" in height
  • Dead plant material
  • Insect and rodent harborage

Property owners are responsible for maintenance of right-of-way located between roadway adjacent to private property.

Permitted Outdoor Storage:

Items that are customarily associated with an incidental to residential premises such as swings, slides, lawn chairs, umbrellas, lawn ornaments, picnic tables, grills, and the like.


Parking of boats and/or trailers anywhere other than in a garage for longer than 72 hours is prohibited by both City ordinance as well as HOA rules.

Garage Sales

  • Permit required
  • Permit to be displayed on site at all times of sale
  • No more than three garage sales are allowed at the same address per calendar year
  • Not to exceed three consecutive days
  • Items not to be displayed earlier than sunrise on the first day of the sale
  • Items to be placed 15 feet from road or sidewalk
  • Items for sale must belong to the permit holder
  • No commercial or business products may be sold
  • The property owner must be responsible for attendees parking in a lawful and respective manner

Garage sale and real estate signs are not permitted on the city right-of-way.