The Pembroke PinesPolice department requires all homeowners to register their individual home alarms. They can do this online or by calling 877-263-6026 Monday thru Friday 7am-8pm. There is no deadline on registering. However it is important because after a certain number of false alarms per year, they will begin charging a fee.
THE GUARDS HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO TURN AROUND ALL VEHICLES ENTERING THE RESIDENTS SIDE GATE IF THE BARCODE DOES NOT ACTIVATE THE GATE ARM. THE REASON IS TO TIGHTEN SECURITY AND AVOID UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY. IF A NEW BARCODE IS NEEDED PLEASE CONTACT THE MANAGEMENT OFFICE AT 954-431-2835.
Grand Palms Homeowners Association has new towing procedures. Click here to view.
Construction hours should be limited to 8 am - 5pm. Monday through Friday. Construction may not occur on legal holidays
All roof re-tiling must be submitted for approval. All roof re-tiling must utilize like materials.
All fencing to be aluminum picket with top rail and height is to be 4 feet. Fencing should be consistent with existing fencing at the location and with what is currently approved by the neighborhood.
Any screening added or replaced must be submitted for approval and be consistent with what is currently in the community. Replacement of window and door screens is not deemed to be an item for review, as long as replacement is made with like materials, colors and style. Screen frames are limited to white and bronze aluminum. Screens should be black. Entry screen enclosures are not permitted.
Any changes to a driveway must be submitted for approval. Driveways must be poured concrete, stamped concrete, or brick pavers, which may be stained and/or sealed. Driveways must conform to neighborhood standards. Paint is not permitted on driveways.
ROOM ADDITIONS, STRUCTURAL CHANGES:
Full plans for additions and exterior structural changes must be submitted for approval. Any addition or exterior structural change must be architecturally designed to compliment the design and style of the home and neighborhood as it relates to forms, materials, and roof lines. Architectural renderings and elevations must be submitted.
Effective August 18, 2014, Grand Palms will not be in a flood zone. You may use the link below to verify or confirm that your address is not in a flood zone.