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Hazardous Tree Removal- 8/30/2023

FCCSA has marked 11 hazardous trees for removal on Palm Royal in front of the Sweetwater Section 10 neighborhood. There is also a live oak tree located in an FCCSA landscape reserve in Colony Cove that has been marked for removal. If you have any questions regarding these removals, please reach out to Steve Spears at

By |August 30th, 2023|

Residential Deed Restriction Policy Changes

The Board of Directors for FCCSA reviewed the recommendations from FCCSA staff and approved the new enforcement policy at the June 28, 2023, board meeting. The new enforcement policy increases the fines from $200 per month to $400 per month and limits the number of fine waivers to (1) waiver every 12 months whereas before FCCSA would waive 90% of a fine once the violation was cured. This policy change goes into effect on September 1, 2023.

The hope is that this policy change will encourage homeowners to not wait so long to cure their violations, and that we will see a reduction in the amount of time a violation stays open, reducing the effect that it has on the community.

As always, please remember that any time you have questions concerning a deed restriction violation letter, you are always welcome to reach out to the inspector listed on the letter. The FCCSA Community Standards team is happy to work with members on understanding how to resolve an outstanding violation.

By |August 1st, 2023|

Notice of Tree Removal: Ellicott Way – Sweetwater Section 7 and 8

FCCSA is planning to remove the Savannah Holly trees on Ellicott Way due to there being so many dead trees within the groupings of trees. Being that the trees are so close to each other, it makes it difficult to replant so we are removing them all and they will be replaced with a better tree for the area. If you have any questions, please reach out to Steve Spears at

By |July 13th, 2023|


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