HOA Rules


Deliveries and vendors are permitted Monday through Friday from 7:00AM to 7:00PM and on Saturday from 9:00AM to 6:00PM, except on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, First Day of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Delivery hours on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve are 7:30AM to 2:00PM. In addition to following all community rules, vendors must also park in front of the house where work is being performed and clean up daily

Vendors may not:

  • Work in the Street

  • Install signage

  • Solicit business

  • Leave vehicles or equipment overnight

  • Park in excess of three consecutive hours on the High Traffic Streets

  • Place flyers or business cards in mailboxes or on front doors


We live in a Golf Community with many families and children.
Pedestrians and golf carts have the right of way in our community.
(See Section 2.5.3 of our Declarations).

Vehicles used for everyday transportation, should be parked in the garage or driveway and should not block sidewalks. Cars cannot park on the driveway curb. For safety and visibility of drivers, avoid parking in the street, especially along curves and high traffic areas.  All vehicles in the community must be registered, licensed, and in good working order. Abandoned vehicles and vehicles under extended disrepair, can face towing at the owners expense. Any vehicle displaying commercial advertising is not permitted to be parked in the community overnight unless it is parked in a garage and out of site.

No equipment, motor homes, trailers, boats, campers, recreational vehicles, or other mobile equipment, trailers , shall be parked or stored on any Lot. 

The speed limit in all sections of our neighborhood is 25 mph. There are cameras placed throughout the
community to monitor speeding. Violator will be issued citations and fines.

Parking on streets where there are homes is permitted during the day. Vehicles must be parked on the side of the street facing the direction of traffic and may not block driveways, sidewalks, intersections, mailboxes or fire hydrants. 

There are some streets in our community that have restricted parking to increase visibility for drivers and for the safety of children, joggers, cyclists and other pedestrians.  

There are several streets that have been designated High Traffic Streets,
where parking is permitted for up to three hour intervals and temporary
stopping is only permitted in front of the resident location.

High Traffic Streets are:

  • Old Club Road
  • Stonegate Blvd
  • Canopy Terrace (between Old Club Road and Emerson Street)
  • Blue Sage Way
  • Lost Garden Terrace
  • Old Thyme Court

Abandoned or covered vehicles are not permitted to be parked in driveways or streets.

Overnight parking, on any street is not permitted between 12:00 AM to 7:00 AM, Monday thru Friday or 2:00 AM to 7:00 AM Saturday and Sunday. If there are special circumstances that require overnight street parking, residents should contact the Property Manager three business days in advance of the event.

Moving and Non-Moving Violations will be fined according to the Fining Schedule.

To avoid injury or accidents, please do not walk in the streets or golf cart paths -- use the appropriate sidewalks.
The sidewalk under the bridge on Old Club Road, that leads to the golf driving range is for Golf Carts Only.


Golf carts are permitted in the neighborhood provided it is registered with the HOA. When driving a golf cart you must be at least 16 years of age with a valid driver's license. Golf carts may not be given on sidewalks, unless the sidewalk is designated a golf cart path. To see designated cart paths, click here. 

Golf Cart volations will be fines according to the Fining Schedule

Click here for Golf Cart Rules and Requirements.


Halloween lighting is permitted October 1st through November 15th. Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, New Years and other holiday lights may 
be installed as early November 1st, and turned on from November 15th through January 15th. Please make sure all holiday decorations are removed by January 20th. Citations and Fines will be issued after January 20th.


Homeowners are expected to maintain the exterior of their home and property in good condition and appearance, including but not limited to lawn, plants, owers, trees, mulch, and clean roofs/patios/driveways.  Fences should be mended when damaged shrubs should be kept trimmed. Weeds, trash, junk, and other debris should be removed when present. Unsightly conditions should never be permitted to occur on a residents property. Our property manager routinely drives through the community checking on roofs, pools, mailboxes, exterior lights, swales, sides of homes, trash can placement, and general appearance of homes. Portable basketball hoops are not permitted. Equipment such as trampolines, etc, are not permitted on the sides of homes.

The Architecture Review Commitee(ARC) exists to help ensure consistent application of design criteria and requirements included in the Declaration, Rules, and Architectural Guidelines. All proposed exterior changes to homes and landscaping changes (both in the front and rear of homes) must be reviewed and approved by the committee. Some examples include: changes in house colors; installation of a new roof, addition of more living space or garage space; placement of a storage shed, generator, sports court, basketball hoops, solar panels or satellites; significant changes to the landscaping on your property. The commitee along with the Board overseas the common area landscaping which includes plants around the entrance signs, and trees in all common areas. 

Click here to download the PGCC ARC Residential Development Guidelines. 



Gatehouse Protocol: Per procedure, all gate arms will be removed when sustained winds reach 30 mph or earlier if warranted to allow the guards to safely seek shelter. The guards will secure the gatehouses and computer equipment. Once the equipment is secure, all gate operations will cease. We will resume normal gatehouse operations as soon as possible (depending on the severity of the storm). The Officers cannot assist you with your hurricane preparations and will not be on site during the storm. In the case of an emergency, please call 911.

Waste Management will announce pickup schedules as they will change. There should be no trash, portable BBQ grills and propane tanks outside your home starting two days prior to the storm and your trash cans should be secured in your garage.  As soon as we receive updated information on when trash pickup will resume we will update you. You can also visit www.wm.com then click on Hurricane Service Impact for the latest schedule.

Once notified that a hurricane is coming, prepare your home and gather necessary supplies: water, canned food, fuel for your vehicles and generators, etc. Make sure the storm drains are clear of debris in front of your homes for water to properly drain. Fill your bathtubs with water that may be needed to flush toilets if municipal water supply is curtailed. Do not trim or remove any landscaping that you cannot dispose of at least 2 days prior to the hurricanes arrival. Do not leave any landscape debris on the curbs or in the common area. Please store and secure all patio furniture and any loose items outside your home that could endanger your home or your neighbors. Residents are responsible for securing their own homes.

Our maintenance team and officers cannot assist homeowners with installing shutters or securing their homes. They are preparing and securing the common area property. DO NOT WAIT TO THE LAST DAY TO PREPARE YOUR PROPERTY BECAUSE YOU THINK THE HURRICANE MAY NOT HIT US.  

We are one community and we can help each other through this. Please offer assistance to your neighbors if they need help in preparation, emergency repairs and/or cleanup. Stay safe, property can be replaced, lives cannot. 


Common Area Landscape: After a storm clears, the PGCC landscape vendor will remove all landscape debris from the roadways. Debris will be laid on the adjacent swale area. They will not remove individual resident's storm debris. All residents should stack their own landscape debris for normal waste management pick up. Since most homeowners have landscapers servicing their property, we ask that you have your landscaper remove any landscape debris you may have rather than waiting for Waste Management or the City to avoid creating shelters for vermin


In the event of a storm, or other weather related events, homeowners are responsible for removing debris from their property. Do not place debris in common areas unless the HOA designates debris collection sites in common areas. 

Within The PGCC Community The Following Cleanup Activities Are Independent of The Citys Efforts: 

Common Areas - The community landscaper will remove debris from the roadways and common areas  emphasizing safety by clearing roads and obvious potential dangers and secondly to restore the full beauty of our common areas. Downed trees within the common areas will be staked as quickly as possible to save them.

The trees in the swale between the sidewalk and the road are owned by the individual homeowners. These trees are not the community's property and each homeowner is responsible to maintain the swale trees in front of their home. Some homes have one tree in the swale though others can have up to four. No matter how many swale trees a home has, the homeowner must be responsible for all ot them.

If you have swale trees that fall and can be replanted, please have your landscaper stand them upright and stake them.  If the trees cannot be saved, it will eventually be your responsibility to have them replaced as required in the community documents. 


Please keep music and other noise levels to a minimum if used outside.  Keep in mind, the City Noise Ordinances and our Covenants do not permit loud noise outside the hours of 8 AM to 11 PM, and can result in citations and fines by the City. Fireworks are not permitted in PGCC at any time.


Homeowners are allowed to keep a reasonable number of dogs and/or cats as pets. Dogs should be on a leash and under control at all times when outside the confines of fenced areas of your yard. Barking dogs are considered a violation of the City Noise Ordinances and can result in citations and fines. The owner is responsible for the immediate clean up of all pet litter. There are doggy stations throughout the PGCC common areas. No other animals, such as swine, goats, horses, livestock, birds, insect or poultry of any kind are permitted. Certain dog breeds including Pit Bulls, part Pit Bulls, Doberman Pinschers, or Rottweilers are prohibited. Having or maintaining any of the excluded type of animals and breeds will be cause for immediate legal action by the HOA against the homeowners and any and all legal cost involved will be borne 100% by the homeowner in enforcing these rules.


No commercial billboard or advertising shall be displayed to the public view on or from any lot.  Owners may NOT advertise a dwelling lot or unit for rent or for sale by displaying a For Rent, For Sale, or any other type of sign either on or off the owners property. Realtors are not allowed to post any form of signage including but not limited to Open House signs, inside or outside the gates of PGCC or anywhere along the perimeter of the


Throughout the community there are many man made fountains (Water Features) and canals/lakes (Waterways). Playing, bathing, fishing, boating, or otherwise using the Water Features and/or Waterways is not permitted. Please remember that alligators, snakes, otters and other creatures live in our lakes and pose a threat to residents. If you or your children see any of these animals, avoid approaching them. Please report
sightings of alligators to the Property Manager.

Persons with concerns about an alligator may call the Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). When someone concerned about an alligator calls the Nuisance Alligator Hotline they will dispatch a contracted nuisance alligator trappers to resolve the situation. Generally, an alligator may be deemed a nuisance if it is at least four feet in length and the caller believes it poses a threat to people, pets or property