Community Covenants

The Beacon Point Community Club covenants are posted below.  All members (and guests) are required to comply with them.

Section 1

All lot owners SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR GUESTS complying with ALL regulations of the Community Club. Lot owners must accompany guests to the beach and wear proper l.D. tags. Lot owners and/or their guests MUST wear proper I.D. tags when at the swimming pool.

Section 2

The swimming pool will be open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or as determined by the Board of Directors.

Section 3

All users of the pool shall comply with the posted regulations for pool use.

Section 4

Pool maintenance shall be under the jurisdiction of the Board of Directors.

Section 5

No toys or floating devices shall be used in the pool, with the exception of life jackets or inflatable swimming devices attached to the body.

Section 6

Proper swimwear shall be worn in the swimming pool. Cutoffs are prohibited.

Section 7

LOT OWNERS and members of their immediate family shall be allowed to take limits of seafood from the beach in such quantities as determined by the Board of Directors.

Section 8

Motorcycles, boat trailers, and motorized vehicles of any kind are prohibited on the beach, except as determined by the Board of Directors.

Section 9

Fireworks are prohibited in all lot areas and the swimming pool area. They shall be confined to the beach parking lot only.

Section 10

All community complaints shall be made to a committee established for that purpose. Such a committee to consist of four lot owners. The committee shall make a recommendation to the Board of Directors, and the Board will make the final decision.

Section 11

All property owners and purchasers of each lot shall be required to join upon acquisition that certain non-profit corporation known as Beacon Point Community Club, Inc., and shall be subject to its Articles, By-laws, Covenants, and Pro-rata share of maintenance.

Section 12

The cost of the community water system and recreational area equipment shall be improved and maintained by the non-profit corporation, known as Beacon Point Community Club, Inc., to be composed of all owners of lots in the development. Exception: Division 3 is a privately owned and maintained water system. A water committee shall be established to oversee the operation and maintenance of the community water system.

Section 13

No building, structure or mobile unit shall be moved onto any land embraced in said Tract, without permission of the Architectural Committee, except for travel trailers and campers. All structures shall be completed as to external appearance, including finished painting within 24 months of commencement of construction. AU lots in said Tract shall be subject to yearly review by an appointed committee, to determine any non-compliance with County or State regulations.

Section 14

That only one dwelling unit can be located on each lot as the lots appear on this plat, and that no lot can be divided.

Section 15

All lots in this plot shall be used for residential, camping or recreational purposes.

Section 16

No building or structure shall be built closer than ten (10) feet to any side property line and twenty (20) feet of road right-of-way, as designated by current county regulations.

Section 17

A ten ( 10) foot easement, parallel to and adjacent to all lot lines five (5) feet on either side of each lot line for water pipes, storm sewers, and utilities including maintenance, is hereby reserved.

Section 18

No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on upon said Tract or any part thereof, nor shall anything be done or maintained thereon which may be or become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.

Section 19

No hunting shall be permitted and the use of firearms is prohibited within the Tract.

Section 20

No lot shall be used or maintained as a dumping ground for rubbish, trash, garbage or other waste.

Section 21

No poultry, livestock or animals of any kind, other than house pets, shall be kept or maintained on any part of platted lots. Household pets must be confined to owner's lot or kept on leashes at all times.

Section 22

All sewage and disposal systems must be to the specifications of Mason County.

Section 23

Any outdoor fireplace, barbecue, or the like shall be built and maintained to Forest Service Specifications. All outside burning must be in conjunction with the State of Washington, Department of Natural Resources or Mason County Fire Marshal, and be accompanied with a fire permit.

Section 24

Between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m., no lot owner shall or allow to emanate from such owner's lot any noise which is an annoyance or disturbance to other lot owners or their guests.

Section 25

The architectural committee must approve in writing the design, architecture and location of any structure or building prior to its erection or movement onto any lot, the purpose being that the committee shall attempt to obtain conformity and harmony with other structures in the plat. The architectural committee shall consist of three lot owners. The decision of the committee in any matter shall be determined by a majority vote of its members, and may be subject to further review by the Beacon Point Community Club, Inc. The architectural committee shall in no way interfere with current Mason County or Washington State laws pertaining to above subject matter.

Section 26

These covenants are considered to run concurrently with all current applicable Washington State and Mason County laws or codes.

Section 27

These covenants may be altered, amended or repealed and new covenants may be adopted only by the members and only upon the affirmative vote of members not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the majority of the membership present at the meeting.