MiraBay Architectural Requests

HOA Documents & Forms
MiraBay Request for Architectural Improvement Application

MiraBay Architectural Design Guidelines

    Bay Breeze homeowners that have a Winterside Drive address have a different application and set of guidelines to follow. Do not use the Mirabay application if residing in Bay Breeze. Owners must adhere to both sets of guidelines which can be more restrictive in Bay Breeze on certain items like fencing requirements.

    BAY BREEZE APPLICATION – Homeowners residing in Bay Breeze should only use this form to submit their request.

    Sea Crest Design Guidelines – The streets within Sea Crest HOA are Golden Isles Drive, Sunset Crest Court, Summerside Court, Breakers Lane, Tides Place, Oceania Court, Latitude Place and Sela Cove Circle.

    MiraBay is a deed-restricted community that is governed by the Declaration of Covenants, Restrictions and Easements and overseen by the MiraBay Homeowners Association (HOA). When a homeowners purchase a property in MiraBay, they agree to abide by the HOA governing documents which include Architectural Guidelines providing the rules for improving and/or maintaining their home and property.

    The HOA Guidelines are meant to ensure that MiraBay remains a premier community. Architectural guidelines are meant to sustain the integrity, cohesiveness, flavor and essence of our coastal living lifestyle. Everyone’s cooperation is needed and greatly appreciated in order to preserve the appeal and aesthetics of the community.

    We appreciate homeowners that take pride in beautifying their home. Please remember that all exterior changes including landscaping and architectural improvements require that an owner submit an application to the MARC for review before any change is made. 

    All Homeowners are responsible for being familiar with the MiraBay Architectural Guidelines and follow these when planning for a home exterior change. The communities of Bay Breeze and Sea Crest have an additional set of HOA guidelines that those property owners must adhere to in addition to the MiraBay HOA Guidelines. Residents in these two communities will need to contact their individual HOA for this additional set of guidelines.

    ALL exterior changes to a home and/or property, whether it’s the front yard, back yard or side yard, require that the homeowner submit an application to MiraBay Architectural Review Committee (MARC) for review and approval prior to any changes being made. Moving forward with an improvement prior to MARC approval could result in a homeowner incurring additional costs for taking required corrective action. A fine may be imposed for work started prior to approval.

    Adding, replacing or removing something on the outside of your property such as PAVERS, DRIVEWAY CHANGES, DECORATIVE CURBING, PAINTING, ROOF REPLACEMENT, SOLAR PANELS, GENERATORS, POOL CAGES, SCREEN ENCLOSURES / LANAIS, WINDOW REPLACEMENT are all examples of projects that require an application.

    STREET TREE removal or replacement requests are currently under the management of the CDD. Homeowners may not remove Street Trees without written approval and need to select from an approved list of replacement trees. Please reach out to Douglas Ivester, CDD Operations Manager via email fieldops@mirabayclub.com or call 813-649-1500 Ext. 131. 

    Please review carefully the MARC application requirements. Per the guidelines, an owner agrees to not begin working on any improvement until notified in writing of the approval of the MiraBay Architectural Review Committee (MARC).

    The MARC committee meets every other week on Thursdays to review applications. The deadline to submit an application is a minimum of one week prior to the next scheduled MARC meeting. If you have a question about the application process, please contact Melissa Williams, HOA Administrative Assistant by email mwilliams@rizzetta.com or call 813-533-2931. 

    If you have not registered for the community online portal, please SIGN UP to receive your login to submit an application online at https://Portal.rizzetta.com

    Thank you,

    MiraBay Homeowners Association