PLAYA ENCANTO

 

 (updated 3/2019) 

 

Playa Encanto Neighborhood Civil Association, A.C.

Construction fees and check list

 

PRIOR TO OBTAINING A PERMIT:

 

   All plans must be submitted in quadruplicate (4) and hand-delivered to a member of the Architectural Review Committee.

 

      All lots must have electricity paid in order to submit plans.

 

       A survey must be done by a licensed surveyor in Mexico that uses satellite/GPS

       imaging.  All corners must be pinned and flagged in concrete by an engineer

       registered in Mexico .

      

The four sets of plans must include:

 

  -North, South, East and West elevations to scale ,

 

  -Must show building height from finished floor to top of parapet roof eave

 

  -Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical and Architectural

 

  -Structural

 

  -Foundation 

 

Also required:

 

   -Owners name, address and telephone number. Copy of the property title or documents  that suffice as proof of ownership.

 

   -Contractors name, address and telephone number and signature from responsible Project director that includes the professional license number.

 

   -Certified site plan prepared by an architect our engineer registered with the city  showing dimensions,  setbacks, site and street elevations, location and height of patio walls, location of water and septic tanks, trash receptacles and parking area.

 

      -Construction fees and clean-up deposit.

   

       -Toilet facilities on site.

 

CONSTRUCTION FEES AND REFUNDABLE CLEANUP FEE

 

Construction Fees:

 

Infrastructure:                                          Refundable cleanup Deposit

 

1.   Home                               $3000.00                      $1000.00

 

2.   Guest house                   $1500.00                       $1000.00  

 

3.  Garage                            $1000.00                       $1000.00

 

4.   Room addition               $1000.00                      $1000.00   

 

5.   Perimeter wall               $  200.00                       $1000.00

 

REFUNDABLE CLEANUP DEPOSIT:

 

All construction sites MUST be kept clean! At the end of each work week, on Friday, all debris and miscellaneous trash must be removed from the site. A trash receptacle must be on the project and used  for any trash that could be blown from the project site to other properties. If this is not done, it will lead to penalties imposed by the HOA . If the HOA must remove any trash the fee will be $150 per hour with a minimum of one hour.

 

IF DURING CONSTRUCTION THE CONTRACTOR DOES NOT FOLLOW THE RULES OF CLEANING AND REMOVING TRASH AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, A NOTICE WILL BE SENT TO THE HOMEOWNER.  THE HOMEOWNER WILL THEN HAVE 10 WORKING DAYS TO COMPLY.

 

AFTER 10 WORKING DAYS AND T RAS H ISNT REMOVED, THE HOA WILL CLEAN THE AREA.  THE HOMEOWNER WILL BE CHARGED $150 PER HOUR WITH A MINIMUM OF 1 HOUR.  THE MONEY WILL BE TAKEN FROM THE DEPOSIT.  THE HOMEOWNER WILL THEN HAVE TO PAY BACK TO THE DEPOSIT THE SAME AMOUNT THAT HAS BEEN DEDUCTED.

 

AT THE COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT THE CONTRACTOR HAS 10 WORKING DAYS TO REMOVE ALL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS, ANY EQUIPMENT AND THE PORTABLE TOILET.

 

Utility trailers are allowed to contain contractors tools, etc. This trailer must be parked on site and not in the road and it must be secured.  PENCA is not held responsible for the security of any tools left on site.

 

A portable toilet or Port-A-John must be on site and within the confines of the lot. These are NOT to be placed on other properties or on the street.

 

 

                                                           Derived from Articles 19,20,21,22 of CC&Rís

 

ELECTRICAL RESTRICTIONS 

 

Electricity in Mexico is either very cheap or very expensive depending on how much you consume. Pricing is done on a complex sliding scale that favors small users with low rates and substantial government subsidies. It penalizes heavy users with very high rates.

 

To obtain electricity in Playa Encanto from CFE (The Mexican electric company)

We agreed to LIMIT OUR DEMAND USAGE (100 amp service panels) By using PROPANE GAS appliances for cooking water heating and clothes drying.  So, please install  GAS RANGES AND OVENS, GAS WATER HEATERS AND GAS DRYERS.  Propane gas is delivered to the area almost daily by several gas companies.

 

If you adhere to using GAS for cooking, water heating and clothes drying, your electric rates will be subsidized and very low.  If you donít, your bill could be as much as eight (8)times higher, and you will run the risk of exceeding The 100 amp service capacity and creating an outage or an electrical fire.

 

Mini-split air conditioning versus central air

 

If  decide to air condition your house, we suggest that you consider using mini-

split systems in each room rather than a large central air conditioner. This will save you money and electricity by only cooling the rooms you occupy and eliminate the cost of duct work.

 

MAINTENANCE

 

Playa Encanto is a beautiful place, but it is also a corrosive environment. We suggest that you use:

 

Anodized aluminum or vinyl windows.

 

Fiberglass or wood exterior doors, not steel.

 

Aluminum garage doors.

 

Limit the amount of exposed wood. Our termites are airborne and cannot be eliminated only controlled.

 

To contact the Architectural Committee

 

Marv Sexson.       marv1938@msn.com.                  (307) 726-5247

 

DanFreeman.      drdannial@gmail.com.

US (602) 321-8568, MX (638) 107-0725.                  02.02.19 revised for clarification 

                                                                                                                                   

PLAYA ENCANTO NEIGHBORHOOD CIVIL ASSOCIATION, A.C.

PLEASE SIGN TWO COPIES (KEEP ONE FOR YOUR RECORDS AND 

GIVE ONE TO THE ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These documents have been read and accepted by:

 

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Please print name

 

 

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Manzana and lot number

 

 

 

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Signature of homeowner or authorized signer

 

 

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Date



 

 

                                                                                   

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