Tahitian Village is a deed restricted, architecturally controlled subdivision. The Tahitian Village Property Owners Association (POA) Board is comprised of six volunteers from within the community elected by the membership. Each year three Directors are elected to serve a two year term. The Board addresses the property owner’s concerns and enforces the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs).
The Board works in cooperation with the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) to ensure that guidelines are met and that property values are maintained. All structures (including but not limited to fences, sheds and new homes) built in Tahitian Village require a permit from the ACC.
The POA hosts several events each year such as Clean Sweep quarterly events, and also produces the Pine Post newsletter.
Tahitian Village is a property owner’s association rather than a home owners association. Simply put, this means you do not have to own a home in Tahitian Village to be a member. Membership to the POA is automatic, however no dues are required.
POA/ACC Association Manager – Amanda Homesley