Welcome to the Declaration of Restrictions for the Fairfield Harbour community!
Please be sure to review the attached documents and the architectural guidelines (found under the Property Control Committee section below) to understand the do’s and don’ts of living in a planned community.
Answers to questions like….Am I allowed a fence? Can I have a shed? Can I have a firepit? Can I keep a boat/trailer/RV on my property? are all found in the DOR’s or architectural guidelines or by of course calling the POA office at 252-633-5500 or emailing us at [email protected].
Welcome to Fairfield Harbour! You will find a great deal of helpful information in the links below such as helpful contact information, utility and trash/recycling schedules, living in a planned community and dues information.
For additional information, please contact the POA office 252-633-5500.
Harbour Pointe Golf Club – located in the lovely Fairfield Harbour community in New Bern, NC – is a resort-style 18 hole, par 72, 6,577-yard championship course. The course winds golfers through a unique natural setting of picturesque coastal marsh lands while providing a fun yet challenging layout keeping both experienced and novice golfers returning time and again. Harbour Pointe Golf Club has a fully stocked pro shop, grass-tee driving range, putting/chipping green, and two PGA Golf Professionals who offer instruction. The Harbour Pointe Grille is open to the public daily from 8am – 3pm. It has an appealing menu with great options for both breakfast and lunch. It’s a great place to grab a cold beverage, and talk about your fun day on the course!
Click here to learn more about the Harbour Pointe Golf Club and all it has to offer! Book your tee time or dinner reservation today!
Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner! You won’t be disappointed.
Open for breakfast Wednesday – Saturday 7:30am – 10:30am
Open for lunch Wednesday – Sunday 11:00am – 2:30pm
Open for dinner Wednesday – Sunday 5 – 9pm (reservation only)
CALL 252-638-5338 x 4
Fairfield Harbour’s Declarations of Restrictions (DOR’s) require property owners to submit an application for permit for any exterior work or project that will alter the appearance of the property. The Architectural Guidelines and Review Procedures explain the criteria for most projects, along with the forms needed and description of the processes performed by the Property Control Committee (PCC).
When do you need to submit an application? Most home improvement projects require a PCC permit. It is recommended that a preliminary application be submitted for comment so that conceptual issues may be resolved and the possibility of a lengthy review period avoided. If a permit is not required, you will be promptly notified. The approved permit ensures proper documentation since the improvement becomes a part of the property’s permanent record. The PCC meets on the second and fourth Thursday’s of the month at 9 AM. Applications are due in the office before noon on the Tuesday preceding the meeting. The PCC has 30 days to review/approve the application and often responds sooner. There is a time limit to complete the work once the permit is issued. If you are not using a contractor, please include a signed indemnification waiver with your application.
When is a PCC permit required?
- Removal of any tree over 4″ in diameter (measured 4′ above grade)
- Residential building
- Residential small projects (outbuildings, sheds, gazebos, pergolas, house addition, driveway changes, fuel storage tanks, generators, fences, landscaping (terracing, bulkheads, contour changes impacting drainage), play equipment, swimming pools, windows & doors, siding, painting, roof, deck addition or changing site of existing deck)
- Waterfront (bulkhead repairs, docks, tie poles/pilings, piers, dredging, walkways, floating docks, boat lifts (not allowed), ramps (not allowed), boathouses (not allowed), railways (not allowed)
- Demolition of structures
There are four types of applications for a permit to be completed and approved before work is started