Living within a community governed by a community association provides many benefits, while at the same time requiring compliance with certain protective restrictions.  It is important for all residents to  understand their rights and obligations as a member of the Association.  During your townhouse purchasing activity, you should have received copies of all relevant legal documents for the Banana Bay Homeowners Association from the seller of your home.  You are strongly encouraged to read these materials thoroughly, become familiar with them, and retain them for future reference.

Banana Bay  began with a vision and purpose: create a small piece of paradise on Perdido Key, along the beautiful white beaches that make up the Gulf of Mexico. Taking it’s architectural cues from the small Caribbean island of  Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, where homes were built with European architectural styles, using a rich array of Caribbean colors.

The Banana Bay covenants “run with the land,” meaning they are attached to and benefit the land in perpetuity. Even though you many not be the original purchaser, the covenants continue to bind your property, and will be binding on all subsequent owners.  It is the responsibility of each owner to ensure that tenants, household members, and guests are aware of and abide by the community covenants.  

The Banana Bay Board of Directors is empowered to consider violations of the Banana Bay covenants and to take enforcement actions.  The Banana Bay Architectural Review Board (ARB) guides homeowners through the design review process to preserve high standards, protect property values, and enhance the aesthetic of the neighborhood.

All of the Governing Documents can be found on this page.