Lake Valencia is located in beautiful Palm Harbor, Florida.
Our association is professionally managed by Monarch Association Management. For questions or to report concerns about the maintenance of your property or another property in the community, please send an email to Monarch directly at: admin@Monarcham.com.
To access architectural forms (ARC), homeowner documents and meeting mutes, visit http://managedbymonarch.com. Click on the Associations tab and scroll down to Lake Valencia.
Meetings are scheduled for January 19, April 20, July 20, and October 19.
Meeting location is the Palm Harbor Fire Station located at 250 West Lake Road and begin at 7:00 pm.
All homeowners are welcome and invited to attend.
The January date is the Annual Meeting for voting on the Board of Directors. Please submit your proxy form if unable to attend. It has been mailed to all homeowners and is available by contacting Monarch Association Management with the link above.
The October date is the Budget Meeting to consider the coming year's budget.
The 2022 End of Year Financial Report is available to residents. Simply go to the Monarch website and follow the Lake Valencia HOA tab to find the report.
If you plan to repaint your home a different color or install a new roof you are required to complete an ARC form for approval. See the link for the Monarch website to obtain the form and color palette.
Article I, Section 1 (q) of The Lake Valencia Supplemental Declaration of Covenants And Restrictions dated 6/19/1984 states the following:
"All lots shall be used for residential purposes only and no commercial activity shall be permitted on any lot....."
In order to ensure a consistent and fair interpretation of the covenant, the Lake Valencia HOA Board of Directors have established the following guidelines in determining a prohibited commercial activity.
1. A home office workspace or enterprise shall not be considered a commercial activity.
2. Telecommuting or remote work.
1. Signage or advertising that indicates a commercial activity.
2. Manufacture or repair performed at the residence.
3. Consistent visits by clients/customers to a residence.
4. Visible storage of materials.
5. Any activities that become a nuisance or adversely affects the residential character of Lake Valencia.
1. Existing covenants and restrictions regarding the parking of commercial vehicles and disturbances shall remain in effect.
2. All complaints by residents indicating that a property is being used for prohibited commercial activity shall be investigated by the property manager and reviewed by the Board to make a determination of prohibited commercial use.