AOAO Lanai Policy – Lanais must be kept in a generally clean, orderly and uncluttered condition so as not to detract from the appearance of the property.
Allowed items. Only Lanai furniture, designed for outdoor use, may be visibly kept or stored on the lanais. “Visibly kept or stored” means items left dormant, unused and visible (from a distance of 10 yards) for longer than 24 hours.
Temporary items may be placed on lanais but only while in active use and visible for no longer than 24 hours; i.e., trunks, coolers, boxes, construction equipment, tools, garbage containers, cleaning supplies and equipment. Recreational equipment such as surfboards, golf clubs, and bicycles may be temporarily kept on lanais longer than 24 hours provided the condominium unit is occupied.
Prohibited Items. The following items are prohibited on lanais at all times: Anything that presents a health, safety or damage risk, electrical appliances, indoor furniture and fixtures, shelves, cupboards, cabinets, clothes lines, drying racks, wall hooks, towel bars, planters and pots, or any items hanging from or attached to the ceilings, rafters, posts or railings.
Decorations. Homeowners may decorate up to 8% of each lanai wall (excluding windows) with discreet decorations that blend in with the surrounding area and are designed for outdoor use. Example: An 8’ x 10’ wood wall surface can be decorated up to 6.4 sq. ft. (roughly a 2’ x 3’ decoration). Bold, flashy, fluttering or dominating decorations (or curtains) that clash with the building’s color and features are prohibited.
Lanai Lighting. Only pre-authorized and professionally installed exterior light fixtures which do not shine direct light off the lanai are permitted.
Sunshades. Only the following Board approved exterior roll-up sunshades are allowed to be used on lanais. Primary Recommended Product: Coolaroo Premier or Designer Models, color: Sandalwood or Desert Sand. Secondary Products: Weathershield Exterior Models, color: Chestnut. Phifer Sheerweave or SuntexModels, color: Brown, Bronze or Charcoal/Chestnut. All shades must be the roller shade type with the continuous loop “clutch” mechanism and must be installed according to manufacturer’s instructions. When the lanai is not being used sunshades must be rolled up neatly. Sunshades must be kept in good physical condition at all times. Upper units should install sunshades so they are hidden by the overhang of the roofline when rolled up. Lower units must install them on the front-most beam of the lanai ceiling. Rollup chains must be secured to wall or post to keep them from rattling and blowing in the wind.
Damaged Items. Any item in a distressed condition, or visibly in disrepair, must be immediately removed from sight. Failure to do so may result in AOAO removal and storage at owner’s expense.
No items of any kind are to be kept or stored, nor decorations displayed, outside the boundaries of the lanais.
Locker Rental Policy – After purchasing a unit at the Resort, the new Owner will be given first right of refusal for a locker that the previous owner of their unit occupied. Thereafter, occupants of each building (or cottage duplex) will be given first priority to have a locker in their building/cottage duplex. However, any Owner of our Resort may rent the locker if the Owner in that building/duplex, did not already have their name on the waiting list.
Owners deeded to more than one unit are eligible to have one storage locker per unit, so long as another Owner does not have their name on the waiting list for the next available locker. If an Owner has more than one locker, and another owner with no storage unit requests a locker, the owner with multiple lockers will be required to surrender the locker of choice.
If you would like to be put on the waiting list, please put your request in writing and drop in the mail slot at the Kepuhi Beach Resort/Property Manager’s Office (Unit#1171) or email Kevin Donnelly.