Volunteer

Overview

The JCP Board of Directors and all committee members are homeowner volunteers. The efforts of experienced and dedicated volunteers are critical to the efficient operation of our POA. If you have some extra time, needed expertise and would like to make a contribution to your community, please consider joining a committee.

Board of Directors

The JCP POA Board of Directors holds primary responsibility for the overall management of the POA and oversees the POA Property Manager. The Board is comprised of five volunteers who are elected by the JCP property owners through annual elections usually conducted in June. Director terms are for two years, and are staggered. Advance notice of upcoming elections – and seats to be filled – is mailed to all homeowners. The Board usually meets monthly at the JCPPOA Property Management company's office which is located at 950 Davis Pond Blvd, Fruit Cove, FL 32259.

Committees

The JCP POA committees oversee various areas of the POA’s responsibilities. These committees have specific responsibilities, and are staffed by JCP homeowners who volunteer their time to make a difference in JCP. Committees usually meet at 950 Davis Pond Blvd as well, but we recommend you check the calendar for updated meeting information.

 

Committee Candidate Application

 

THE JCPPOA IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS FOR THE ACC AND MAINTENANCE COMMITTEES- For more information you may email jcppoa@vestapropertyservices.com or call 904-417-7600

 

Audit Committee:  This committee supervises the annual audit of the POA’s books. They also contribute to discussions for the annual budget and balance sheet to be presented at all Annual Meetings of owners. A background in finance or accounting is helpful.

Architectural Control Committee:  The ACC’s primary role is to review architectural requests submitted by homeowners, and the review of other aesthetic matters relating to the community. The ACC meets twice each month.  A background in engineering, construction, or landscaping is helpful. Members must become knowledgeable of the community covenants, restrictions and guidelines.  If you can’t make the time commitment necessary to attend bi-monthly meetings, consider becoming an alternate member. Alternates only attend when needed for a quorum.

Covenants Enforcement Committee:  The CEC conducts monthly hearings relating to violations of community rules by homeowners, and imposes fines as appropriate. CEC committee members cannot be members of the Board of Directors or have any relationship with Directors. Alternates are also needed for the CEC.

Maintenance Committee: The MC meets monthly and oversees all of JCP's common property - landscaping, irrigation, ponds, neighborhood entrances, etc. A background in engineering, construction, landscaping or contracts is helpful.

Publicity: The primary role of the Publicity committee is to assist POA management in informing residents of community activities and functions.