Community Resources

The following page provides documentation of board minutes, community financial information, etc that can be accessed and downloaded to your computer. This page will be regularly updated with the most recent community documents.

Moorgate Guidelines

The following page provides documentation of board minutes, community financial information, etc that can be accessed and downloaded to your computer. This page will be regularly updated with the most recent community documents.

The purpose of these Guidelines is intended to supplement the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restriction (CC&R’s) for the Moorgate Homeowners Association (HOA). This handbook is being supplied to help residents maintain and enhance home values and to provide simple guidelines for living at Moorgate.

Homeowners are responsible for the actions of their guests and/or tenants. If you rent your home, we suggest you supply tenants with a copy.
These guidelines may be amended, modified, or changed, at the sole discretion of the Board of Directors of the HOA.

Annual and Perennial Flowers
Annuals and perennials are permitted to be planted within existing beds without prior permission. The primary requirement for these types of plants is that they be promptly removed at the end of their useful flowering period. If the homeowner does not promptly remove them the HOA will have them removed and any costs will be the responsibility of the homeowner. The landscaping company is not responsible for damage done to plants that grow out beyond the edge of the planting beds.

With prior ARB approval, vines may be grown on trellises on individual property. Any resultant stucco or surface damage and required repairs, or any damage done to the vines and trellis to accomplish the maintenance or painting are the sole responsibility of the homeowner. Homeowners are also responsible for keeping the vines trimmed. House numbers may not be obscured.

Benches and Chairs
Benches or chairs are not permitted in the front or side of the home.

Cage Re-Screen
Cage repairs or full re-screen must use black screening

Doors
Front Doors
When replacing the front door with a like-for-like model, no ARB approval is required. A change to the front door, other than a like-for-like replacement, requires a request and plan to be submitted to the ARB for approval.

The original Fiberglass front door, installed by the Developer, must be stained with a specific color stain: Sherwin Williams Minwax Gel Stain Walnut, Minwax Helmsman Spar Urethane Clear Gloss. No deviation from this color will be allowed in keeping with the uniform color standard for front doors established by the Developer for all of Moorgate.

A front door with a glass insert should have the frame surrounding the glass painted the body color of the original door, which is Walnut, specifics stated above.

Garage Door
A garage door replacement must be like for like and requires a request and plan to be submitted to the ARB for approval. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to check with Collier County to determine if any permits are required.
For the garage door paint color, please see the Moorgate Exterior Color Scheme List on the Moorgate website.

Exterior House Painting
Exterior house painting requires ARB approval. The request must note the original color scheme of the house, which can be found on the Moorgate website. No deviation from the Developer’s original color scheme is permitted. If you are going to be painting the gutters/downspouts at the same time, this should also be noted on the request form. Colors for each home can be found on the Moorgate website. Since Moorgate is a Villa development, please

Download the guidelines

Click on the link below to download the complete document for your review.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The following summary, in part, was taken from the Moorgate Point Declaration of Covenants and By-Laws

I am going to lease out my home at Moorgate Point.  Are there any restrictions for leasing homes?

A home may not be leased for a period of less than thirty (30) days, nor more than four (4) times in any 12 month period.  No individual rooms may be rented, and no transient tenants may be accommodates.  All leases must be in writing and a copy of the lease delivered to the Board not less than three (3) days prior to the commencement of the lease.  Leases should be sent to Beachside Property Management, 20 Marco Lake Drive, #9, Marco Island, FL  34145.

We would like to make some changes to the outside of our home, such as fresh paint, new/additional light fixtures, and adding to or removal of some landscaping.  Are there any restrictions?

No improvements, exterior change or structure of any kind, including without limitation, any building, gazebo, wall, fence, pond, fountain, shutters, swimming pool, screened enclosure, additional landscaping or change in paint colors or roof colors shall be erected, placed or maintained and no addition, alteration, modification, removal or change to any such improvement, landscaping or structure shall be made without the prior written approval of the Moorgate ARB (Architectural Review Board).  If you wish to make any exterior changes or modifications, please contact Beachside Property Management for the ARB form to submit your request.

View Exterior Paint Colors Chart

View Gutter Paint Can Color

View Front Door Paint Can Color

I wish to install a satellite dish.  May I do so?

Yes, a satellite dish may be installed only with prior written approval of the ARB.  Please note there are restrictions on the size and location of satellite dishes.

My Home is For Sale.  May I place a sign out front or in my window to help sell it?

No sign shall be placed on or allowed to be placed on a Lot by an Owner without the prior written approval of the ARB and the Master Association.  Please note that the signage must adhere to certain size and design criteria.

We would like to install a basketball hoop and playground equipment on our lot.  May we do so?

There shall be no outside storage or permanent placement of recreational equipment of any kind including volleyball nets, basketball goals, swing sets, lawn care equipment, toys or play equipment.  Items that remain outside for a period of more than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours will be deemed to be “stored” or permanently placed.  Play equipment may be approved, in writing, on an individual basis, by the ARB.

Garage/Vehicles

Parking at individual residences, other than in enclosed garages, shall be limited to guests and authorized service vehicles.  Residents’ vehicles shall be garaged at all times.  Therefore an owner’s third vehicle may not be parked in the driveway or on the street.

There shall be no outside storage or any permanent placement of recreational vehicles or equipment of any kind including motor homes, camper, motorcycles, boats, canoes, kayaks, waverers, jet skis, wind surfers, etc.

All garage doors must remain closed except upon entering or exiting the garage.  Because of the importance of keeping vehicles within garaged areas, no Owner may convert any garage area for any other use.

Pets

Normal household pets shall be permitted, subject to the rules and regulations established by the Association.  No other animals shall be permitted upon the Lot.

Association Dues

Assessments are due quarterly first day of each quarter:  January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1.  Late payment fees will be assessed on the 15th day of the month at 18%.

Payments should be sent to Beachside Property Management, 20 Marco Lake Drive, #9, Marco Island, FL 34145.  You may also sign up for ACH Direct Debit payments; contact Beachside at 239-331-2495 or contact@beachsidepm.com for instructions.

Payments must be made on time regardless of whether you receive any notification from the association.  If you need further information regarding payments please contact Beachside.

There are a host of monetary and other remedies allowed under the governing documents and Florida Statutes.  These may include the acceleration of Assessments for the remainder of the calendar year, the placement of interest on the account, filing of a lien on the home and the eventual foreclosure of the property.  Please contact the Management Company as soon as you believe you may have a payment issue.

BOD & Committee’s

Each year a notice of the date and location of the annual members meeting is mailed to each homeowner of record.  At that time, requests for self-nomination to the Board are requested.  Simply fill out the form and send it back to the Association via their management company.  Your name will then be included on the ballot if an election is necessary.

Should you wish to serve on a committee, please contact any member of the Board of Directors to express you interest. The Board may consider an appointment at any designated Board of Directors Meeting.

The Board of Directors meetings are open to the membership.  Meeting notices will be posted on the community bulletin at the Moorgate Point exit gate at least 48 hours prior to the meeting date and time.  Notices will also be sent to owner’s email address on record.  All homeowners are welcome to attend.

Committee meetings are open to the membership.  Meeting notices will be posted on the community bulletin at the Moorgate Point exit gate at least 48 hours prior to the meeting date and time.  Notices will also be sent to owner’s email address on record.  All homeowners are welcome to attend.

Complaints and/or questions regarding the management of Moorgate Point or actions of other Homeowners shall be made in writing to the Association by sending a letter or email to our management agent, Beachside, who is required to forward all homeowners inquires that request the Board’s involvement to the Board of Directors.

The Association’s governing documents and the Florida Statues provide for the use of fines, liens and other legal remedies.

Mailboxes

One of the focal points at Moorgate is the mailboxes. If your mailbox, post, or numbers are faded, chipped, stained/rusted, broken or in general disrepair call Lykins-Signtek at (239) 594-8494.

Please be reminded that the mailbox and post are to be painted gloss black. Matching replacement numbers can also be obtained through Lykins Signtek. They will re-paint your mailbox and post and apply new numbers, for a fee, if you elect not to do the work yourself.

Maintenance Emergency

Moorgate Point’s management company, Beachside, has 24/7 live operators for after-hours messages and emergencies. The phone number is 239-331-2495.

Management Company

Beachside Property Management can be reached Monday thru Friday from 9:00AM – 3:00 PM.  Additionally, they have 24/7 live operators for after-hours messages and emergencies.  Their 24/7 phone number is 239-331-2495.  Their email is contact@beachsidepm.com.

Forms and Applications

The following Forms and Applications can be downloaded and printed by clicking on the rectangular links below. Also contained in this page is Payment Information.

Association Fees are due quarterly: January, April, July, and October. Fees are due on the first of the month. A late payment fee of 18% will be accessed if not received by the 15th of the month. Coupons will be sent on an annual basis by the management company, Beachside Property Management.

If you are mailing your payment, it should be sent to:

Moorgate Point HOA
PO Box 7274
Naples, FL 34104

If you wish to have your payments electronically withdrawn contact Beachside Property Management at (239) 331-2491 or contact@beachsidepm.com in order to be set up the auto debit program. You will need your routing and account number available to accomplish this.

Please note payments are sent direct to Iberia Bank. Do not include any correspondence. If you have questions, contact Beachside Property Management.