Greetings from the Nassau Bay Homes Association!
Please remember that keeping your home well-lit is not only a good safety measure and crime deterrent, but also a requirement for our deed restrictions. While the original yard lights in the city were gas lanterns, many were replaced by electric light fixtures. A number of homeowners have opted for solar yard lights; however, few emit light through the night, defeating the purpose of providing security. Lighting at an equivalent of 60 watts is considered a minimum intensity.
Please remember unpaid assessments will be late after 1/31/22, and incur a 6% late fee.
In addition, with the next class of home elevations set to begin, please remember that submission, review, and formal written approval to NBHA are required of the homeowner prior to any work beginning to be certain the NBHA Deed Restrictions and Elevation Guidelines have been met. Please visit the website https://nassaubayhomesassociation.org/home-elevation-page/ for more elevation information, call the office 281-333-2570, or email [email protected]
Note: This applies to homes already selected for the home elevation program. This is not a request for new submissions into the home elevation program.
A Guide to NBHA Elevation Architectural Review Applications Once you have been approved for an elevation grant: Elevations are a 2 step process. There is the lifting and then the finishing.It…