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How much are association assessments and when are they due?
How can I pay my quarterly association assessments?
Does East Hampton have a community Facebook page?
How do I communicate with the East Hampton Board of Directors (BOD)?
How do I contact the Management Company?
I will be moving out of the community but retaining possession of my home. Do I need to notify the BOD or Management Company? What if I rent my home out to a tenant?
When is trash pickup?
How do I get a copy of the Rules and Regulations or other association governing documents?
What do I need to do if I want to make an exterior modification to my house or lawn?
How often do the BOD and ARC meet?
How do I obtain a copy of the meeting minutes for the BOD and other committee meetings?
How do I access the pool and other amenity areas?
When is the pool open?
Can I reserve the clubhouse for a private function?”
Has the BOD enacted any additional safety precautions or limitations on the use of the amenity areas due to the COVID 19 pandemic?
What do I need to do if I want to remove a tree from my lot?
I live on a preserve lot and my property line extends several feet into the preserve area. Since I own this land, can I have a small portion of this area cleared and sodded so as to increase the size of my backyard?
Which areas within East Hampton are considered “common areas?”
How do I report an unlit or malfunctioning streetlight?
How do I report an unlit or malfunctioning light in the common area?
How do I report a landscaping issue in the common area?
How do I report a maintenance issue with one of the lakes?
How do I report a pothole or street in need of repair?
How do I report a safety or maintenance issue with one of the sidewalks located in the community?
What do I need to do if I notice a covenant infraction?
Can I park a boat, Jet-Ski, or recreational vehicle (RV) on my lot?
Can I park a work trailer on my lot?
Can I park a tractor-trailer on my lot overnight?
I will be listing my home for sale, are there any special requirements for the “FOR SALE” sign that will be placed on my lot?
I will be listing my home for sale, are there any restrictions on holding an open house?
I will be moving and would like to utilize a POD. Are there any storage or use restrictions associated with a POD?
I am interested in becoming more involved in the community, what opportunities exist and what do I need to do to get started?
Is fishing allowed in any of the ponds located in the East Hampton community?
Are there any rules associated with displaying the American flag?

How much are association assessments and when are they due?

Association assessments are currently $223.00 per quarter and assessment notices will be mailed out quarterly to all lot owners.

Payments are due on the 1st of the month. A $25.00 late fee, as well as interest at 6% per annum, will be assessed if association assessments are not paid by the 15th of the month in which they are due. Association assessments which are 90-days past due will be subject to a lien being placed on the property.

How can I pay my quarterly association assessments?

Association assessments may be paid via check, online, or by setting up auto pay through BB&T.
Checks should be made payable to the East Hampton Homeowners’ Association, Inc. and mailed to:
Marsh Landing Management Company
4200 Marsh Landing Blvd., Suite 200
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Please visit the Member Resources page to obtain information on how to make your payment online or setup auto pay.

Does East Hampton have a community Facebook page?

No, East Hampton does not have an official community Facebook page. Pertinent information from the East Hampton Homeowners’ Association (HOA) and/or Management Company will be disseminated via email blast to the community or posted on the reader boards located at the clubhouse entrance or community entrance as you are leaving the community.

How do I communicate with the East Hampton Board of Directors (BOD)?

Any homeowner wishing to communicate with the BOD can do so by attending the monthly BOD meeting. A homeowner forum will be held at the beginning of every meeting where homeowners can speak directly to the board members.

As an alternative, homeowners may email or call in their questions or concerns to the Management Company. The Management Company will either address the issue or forward the question or concern onto the BOD for review and action. Please note that issues requiring a vote of the BOD will not be resolved until the next BOD meeting.

How do I contact the Management Company?

The Management Company can be reached via phone at (904) 273-3033

I will be moving out of the community but retaining possession of my home. Do I need to notify the BOD or Management Company? What if I rent my home out to a tenant?

You only need to inform the Management Company of your new address so you can continue to receive your quarterly assessment bill. Failure to do so may result in the payment of your association assessments to be considered late. If you intend on renting out your home, you must mail or email a copy of the lease to the Management Company. Failure to do so, and also failure to comply with the amended Covenants that outline rental policy will result in a suspension of clubhouse and amenity area access for you and your tenants.

When is trash pickup?

Trash will be collected by the city every Thursday and recycling will be collected every other Monday. Yard debris is collected every Tuesday. Bulk items, such as furniture, mattresses, rolled carpet/padding, fencing, plywood, treated/painted wood, and non recyclable glass (mirrors) are collected on the same day as recycling. Appliance and tire pick up must be scheduled in advance with the city. Please call 630-CITY (630-2489) or visit http://630city.coj.net/ to schedule the pickup of appliances or tires and for recycling/yard waste guidelines.

The City of Jacksonville provides each homeowner one trash bin and one recycling bin. All trash and recycling must be placed into these bins and placed at the curb no earlier than 5:00 PM the night before the scheduled pickup date. At all other times, these bins should be stored in a non-visible location. This applies to yard debris as well.

How do I get a copy of the Rules and Regulations or other association governing documents?

Copies of the Declaration of Covenants, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Rules & Regulations can be found on the Member Resources page.

What do I need to do if I want to make an exterior modification to my house or lawn?

You will need to submit an Architectural Review Committee (ARC) Request Form to the Management Company prior to making any modifications to the exterior of your home. To see a list of modifications requiring ARC approval, please refer to the ARC Guidelines document on the Member Resources page. ARC Request Forms can be requested from the Management Company or you can download a copy from the Member Resources page.

ARC Request Forms are reviewed and voted on by the ARC monthly. You will receive formal approval/disapproval from the Management Company shortly after this meeting. Do not begin any exterior modification project prior to receiving ARC concurrence. Failure to do so will result in a fine and possible remediation on your part.

How often do the BOD and ARC meet?

The BOD and the ARC meet once a month. The ARC meets at 6:00 PM on the 1st Tuesday of every month, while the BOD meets at 7:00 PM on the 2nd Thursday of every month. The date and time of the upcoming ARC & BOD meetings are posted on the reader board located at the clubhouse entrance and on the Community Calendar on this website.

Dates and times of all other committee meetings, or community approved group gatherings, will be posted on the same reader board, and on the Community Calendar on this website.

How do I obtain a copy of the meeting minutes for the BOD and other committee meetings?

In accordance with Florida Statues and the Declaration of Covenants, all association members have the authority to view the minutes of all BOD and committee meetings. Once the BOD has reviewed and approved the minutes for each meeting, they will be posted to the Member Resources page on the community website for viewing by all association members. Association members may also request a paper copy of the meeting minutes by contacting the Management Company. A non-refundable $0.50 per page fee, plus postage, will be billed to your account.

How do I access the pool and other amenity areas?

You will need a key card to access the tennis courts, pool, and bathroom areas at the clubhouse. Key cards are available from the Management Company for a non refundable fee of $10.00.

If your key card is not functioning properly, or if you lose your key card, please contact the Management Company. A non-refundable fee of $10.00 will be charged to replace a lost or stolen key card.

When is the pool open?

The pool is open daily from 30-min after sunrise to 30-min before sunset. All Rules and Regulations regarding the pool can be found on the Member Resources page.

Can I reserve the clubhouse for a private function?

Yes, the Clubhouse can be reserved by association members who are in good standing. The cost is $75.00 (non-refundable) and you will be required to put down a $350 (refundable) deposit. To make a reservation request, please visit the Clubhouse page.

Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BOD has voted to temporarily suspend clubhouse reservations.

Has the BOD enacted any additional safety precautions or limitations on the use of the amenity areas due to the COVID 19 pandemic?

Other than moving some of the pool furniture around to help with social distancing, the BOD has not enacted any additional safety precautions or placed limitations on the use of any amenity area. The BOD does, however, recommend that all residents and their invited guests adhere to the CDC guidelines to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.

All amenity areas are USE AT YOUR OWN RISK and the East Hampton HOA assumes no responsibility for any accident, injury, or illness occurring during the use of any amenity area or for any loss or damage to personal property.

What do I need to do if I want to remove a tree from my lot?

You may remove a tree (alive or dead) from your own lot without prior approval from the ARC or BOD. For trees located in the preserve or upland buffer area of your lot, only trees which are dead and threatening to fall onto your or your neighbor’s home will be cut down. These trees will only be cut down and will not be removed from the preserve or upland buffer area.

Since most of the preserve and upland buffer area is owned by the East Hampton Homeowner’s Association (HOA), dead trees located in these areas will be cut down by the East Hampton HOA at no cost to the homeowner. Contact the Management Company if you wish to have a dead tree cut down.

I live on a preserve lot and my property line extends several feet into the preserve area. Since I own this land, can I have a small portion of this area cleared and sodded so as to increase the size of my backyard?

Absolutely not! The wooded area directly adjacent to the back and side yard of preserve area lots is considered an upland buffer area. This upland buffer area was created in order to protect the wetlands that run throughout our community. The State of Florida, through the St Johns River Water Management District, controls the use of this land and strictly prohibits any homeowner from clearing any portion of this area and making improvements.

Which areas within East Hampton are considered “common areas?”

A “Common Area” is defined as any area within the confines of East Hampton that is owned and maintained by the East Hampton HOA.

This includes:

  • The entrance to the community on both sides of Hampton Landing Blvd ∙ The clubhouse and all amenity areas
  • All center medians on Hampton Landing Blvd
  • The large ponds on Hampton Landing Blvd near Marlfield Court and at the intersection of Hampton Landing Dr and Creston Glen Cir and the area surrounding each pond all the way to the street

How do I report an unlit or malfunctioning streetlight?

The Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) is responsible for maintaining the streetlights. Any issue with the streetlights can be reported to JEA by calling (904) 665-6000 or visiting https://www.jea.com/streetlights. You will need to provide the nearest address to the streetlight and the light number located towards the top of the light pole.

How do I report an unlit or malfunctioning light in the common area?

Please report common area lighting issues to the Management Company.

How do I report a landscaping issue in the common area?

Please report common area landscaping issues to the Management Company.

How do I report a maintenance issue with one of the lakes?

Please report pond or lake issues to the Management Company. Be sure to include the location of the lake and a brief description of the problem.

How do I report a pothole or street in need of repair?

With the exception of the road directly across from the Clubhouse entrance, the City of Jacksonville is responsible for maintaining the roads within the community. Potholes can be reported to the City of Jacksonville by calling 630-CITY (630-2489) or visiting http://630city.coj.net/. For pavement issues with the Clubhouse parking lot or the street directly across from the Clubhouse entrance, please report these issues to the Management Company.

How do I report a safety or maintenance issue with one of the sidewalks located in the community?

With the exception of sidewalks around the clubhouse and amenity areas, the City of Jacksonville is responsible for repairing and maintaining the sidewalks adjacent to all of the streets within the community. Please report all maintenance issues with these sidewalks to the City of Jacksonville by calling 630-CITY (630-2489) or visiting http://630city.coj.net/.

For sidewalks around the clubhouse and amenity areas, please report maintenance and repair issues to the Management Company.

What do I need to do if I notice a covenant infraction?

Please report covenant infractions to the Management Company. Covenant infractions may include but are not limited to: improper yard debris placement, illegally parked vehicles, unsightly lawns, improperly stored refuse containers, unkempt mailboxes, and unapproved signage. Please visit the Rules and Regulations document for a more thorough list.

Can I park a boat, Jet-Ski, or recreational vehicle (RV) on my lot?

In accordance with the Declaration of Covenants, boats, jet-skis, and RVs are not permitted to be parked in the front yard of any residential lot. This includes the driveway or on the street. You may park them in your garage or behind a fence in a non-visible location. You may, however, park them on your lot for a period not to exceed 24-hrs during loading and unloading only.

Can I park a work trailer on my lot?

In accordance with the Declaration of Covenants, trailers, regardless of the size, type or use, are not permitted to be parked in the front yard of any residential lot. This includes the driveway or on the street. You may park them in your garage or behind a fence in a non-visible location.

Can I park a tractor-trailer on my lot overnight?

In accordance with the Declaration of Covenants, heavy trucks and trucks/tractors, motor vehicles equipped with machinery, school buses, commercial wreckers, hearses, ambulances, passenger vehicles for ten persons or more, trucks used for agricultural purposes and semi-trailers drawn by a truck tractor by means of a fifth wheel arrangement, are not permitted to be parked in the front yard of any residential lot. This includes the driveway or on the street.

I will be listing my home for sale, are there any special requirements for the “FOR SALE” sign that will be placed on my lot?

Yes. “FOR SALE” signs must be in accordance with the For Sale Signs document on the Member Resources page.

I will be listing my home for sale, are there any restrictions on holding an open house?

There are currently no community restrictions on holding an open house. However, the City of Jacksonville does have restrictions with regards to the use of real estate signs on public streets. Please visit www.coj.net for more information.

I will be moving and would like to utilize a POD. Are there any storage or use restrictions associated with a POD?

Yes. PODS or similar storage units are permitted for a period of one week only. The POD or storage unit must be placed on the driveway and cannot be placed on the street or in the grass. In addition, they must be placed far enough up the driveway so as not to block the sidewalk or impede a driver’s line of sight.

I am interested in becoming more involved in the community, what opportunities exist and what do I need to do to get started?

The BOD is always in need of dedicated individuals to serve on one of the association committees. If you are interested and would like to volunteer your services, please contact the Management Company.

Is fishing allowed in any of the ponds located in the East Hampton community?

Catch and release fishing is only permitted in the large pond adjacent to Hampton Landing Dr near Marlfield Ct and the large pond at the intersection of Hampton Landing Dr and Creston Glen Cir. Fishing is not permitted in either of the two large ponds located alongside Hampton Landing Dr at the community entrance.

Are there any rules associated with displaying the American flag?

Yes. In accordance with Florida Statute 720, residents may display, in a respectable manner, one United States or official State of Florida flag no larger than 4-1/2’ x 6’ and one United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or POW-MIA flag equal in size or smaller than the United States or State of Florida flag.

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