Congratulations on your new home! On behalf of the Landmark Community Management team, we would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt welcome! We are pleased to have you as a member of the community.
It is important for us to know how to reach you. We use emails to notify owners of upcoming meetings, announcements, newsletters, and other pertinent information. Your contact information will be used for association purposes only. Please provide us with your contact information via the form below.
Are you planning on making any change to your new home? Before you make any changes, please remember that you live in Covenant Restricted Community, and all changes must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC).
As a new owner, we highly recommend that you read and review the Governing Documents. They were put into place to protect property values and to ensure your neighborhood remains an attractive and safe community for everyone to live and enjoy. Should you need a copy of these documents, such as the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs), plats, ARC forms, or anything else pertinent to the neighborhood, you can find these documents on this website.
As your management company, our primary role is to assist the association in carrying out the day-to-day operations, managing the financial responsibilities, common area maintenance, enforcing compliance regarding the CCRs and the ARC process. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us so we can assist you with all of your POA Matters.
Please take a few minutes to update your contact information below. Seeing that we use email addresses for our primary form of contact, it is very important to know how to reach you.
The official POA website for Diamante Homeowners. Here you can locate all of the pertinent files, forms, and information regarding your neighborhood. Please do not forget to enter your contact information for our records. We really like to stay in touch.
Landmark Community Management has been contracted to handle the day-to-day operations of the Association. Their services include, but are not limited to, the financial and accounting responsibilitles, common area maintenance, collecting dues, and enforcing the Covenants and Restrictions.
Your community manager is Jason McAllister and he can be reached at:
The Architecural Review Commitee (ARC) has certain requirements to modifications to the exterior of your home or your lot.
The purpose of the process is to make sure all homeowners adhere to the Covenants & Restrictions when it comes to exterior modifications. This process is very important in adhereing to the original vision of the subdivision.
Further, by following these practices helps to make sure home values do not decline. It is a pretty straight forward process. We just ask that all homeowners go through the proper channels before making any exterior modifications.
These modifications include, but are not limited to, installing a fence, shed, extending a driveway, planting new trees or shrubs, painting the exterior of the home, and installing addidional exterior lighting.
Please fill out the ARC Request Form and email it back to us with any supporting documentation you may have.
All changes made to the exterior of your home must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee.
The first step is downloading and filling out the ARC form and sending it back to your manager. The application should include any supporting documentation including, paint colors, construction material, photos of similar projects, etc.
Just like any other change to the exterior of your home you must first get approval from the ARC. Once you fill out the ARC request form please send it back to your community manager for approval.
When you close on your home the builder should give you a plat of your lot. On this plat please make a sketch of where the fence will be installed and where it will connect to your home. Please submit that sketch with your application.
The fence must be made of wood in either a dogeared or shadowbox style. Only a natural color stain is allowed. Further, to protect your own investment and to keep the neighborhood looking good we ask that you seal your wood fence.
The fence must be at least 20′ back from the front corner of the home.
Accessory Structures. Except as otherwise provided for herein, no patio cover,
building or storage unit of any kind shall be erected, placed or set on any Lot unless such
structure is attached to the House erected on the same Lot and the architecture and character of
such structure matches that of said House. Notwithstanding the foregoing, one ( 1) accessory
building may be erected, placed or set on any Lot if such structure is: (a) no more than eight (8)
feet in height; (b) located upon the back yard of such Lot; ( c) enclosed on all sides by a wooden
fence of at least six (6) feet in height (which must be approved by the Architectural Control
Committee); (d) of the same architecture and character of the House located on such Lot; and, (e)
approved by the Architectural Review Committee.
Although the Covenants state the height requirements must be below 8′ we do allow homeowners to go 9′ in some cases.
Recreational vehicles and campers shall not be parked or stored on any Lot.
Boats shall be parked in garages or basements or shall be stored out of sight from
all neighbors and fully screened by a privacy fence of no less than six (6) feet in
Fully screened means it cannot be seen, at all, from the street or neighboring lots.
Outdoor Lighting. No exterior lighting fixture ( other than fixtures approved by
the Architectural Review Committee) shall be installed within or upon any Lot without adequate
and proper shielding of the fixture. No lighting fixture shall be installed that may become an
annoyance or a nuisance to Owners or occupants of adjacent properties. No flood lights or
security lights shall be allowed on any Lot. No light shall be attached to the soffits of any
improvements on the Lot unless the lights are recessed.
Swimming Pools. No swimming pools shall be constructed, altered or maintained
upon any Lot without the prior written approval of the Architectural Review Committee in
accordance with Article Six hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any such swimming pool
must also be constructed, equipped, and maintained in accordance with the laws, ordinances,
regulations, rules and standards of any city, county, and/or state authorities having jurisdiction
over the Subdivision. Any Owner who desires to construct a swimming pool on such Owner’s
Lot shall also, prior to completion of such swimming pool, construct a fence around such
swimming pool, which fence must also be approved by the Architectural Review Committee in
accordance with Article Six hereof. Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary,
(a) above-ground pools are expressly prohibited, and (b) pools may not be screened.
Generaly this is not an issue. All changes must still go through the ARC and a request must be made. Most landscaping improvements are allowed except certain items such as large palm trees.
Most streetlight poles have an identification number on them. Please look for that number and report the pole number to Landmark at 251-960-1444.
Or just submit the information in the contact bux below.
Architectural Control Committees exist to preserve the aesthetics and original deign criteria the neighborhood was built upon. Without a set of standards for exterior improvements, a community can quickly decline and you could find the value of your home value declining as well. These committees, working at the direction of the Board of Directors, can prevent a bad situation from occurring within your neighborhood.
For the reasons listed above, you must have prior approval by the ARC to construct a fence, install any sort of auxiliary building, change the paint color of your home, etc. Please review the Covenants prior to completing the form.