Architectural Review (ARB)
The purpose of the Architectural Review Board (ARB) is to protect the aesthetic quality of the environment at the design level by controlling specifications, architecture, design, appearance, location, landscaping, and alterations or modifications of all buildings and structures located within the Association. Application is required of all exterior modifications, including like-for-like replacements and tree removals. 
ARB activities are coordinated by Marsh Landing Management. Email your architectural coordinator: The ARB meeting notices are posted on the bulletin boards at our gates. All interested homeowners are invited to attend.

ARB meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 2:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted in Agenda below. 

2022 Meeting Dates, Agendas and Submittal Deadlines

Meeting Date
Submittal Deadline Meeting Date Submittal Deadline
January 11 July 5 June 28
January 25 July 19, 2022  
February 8 August 2  
  August 16  
  September 6  
  September 20  
  October 4  
  October 18  
  November 1  
June 7, 2022
  November 15  
June 21, 2022
  December 13  

Drilling Wells in Marsh Landing

The Architectural Review Board would like to remind residents that the installation of all irrigation wells must be reviewed and approved by the ARB prior to the work being started.  The submission for review should include a site plan showing the location of the proposed well.  The Florida Aquifer Well is the only type well allowed in Marsh Landing.  Below are the guidelines for wells as they appear in the Architectural Review Standards and Guidelines book. You may also contact the ARB Coordinator, Erin Hires, at 904-373-5605 for additional information. 

Registered Notice Association

In February 2011 the Architectural Review Board's (ARB) standing in St Johns County was modified to become what is known as a Registered Notice Association. In June of 2010 St Johns County issued new regulations. These require that each Homeowners Association declare to the County whether is is a Registered Approval Association or a Registered Notice Association.
After careful consideration, discussion with legal counsel and the Master Board, the ARB is now officially a Registered Notice Association.
The new regulation also allows property owners to apply to the County for a permit to build or modify their residences absent a stamped set of plans approved by the ARB. Should that occur, the County requires:
1. A signed affidavit swearing that the ARB did in fact receive the same application at least 30 days prior.
2. A copy of the receipt showing that it was delivered to the Association.
3. Documentation from the homeowners that they are aware that they are in an association governed by the ARB and that they accept the risks of civil liability should they violate the Covenants and Restrictions.
4. An extra copy of the plans with a stamped envelope that the County will use to send the plans to the ARB.